Macon County EDC
July 5, 2016
FRANKLIN NC - The Macon County Economic Development Commission announced today that Harmony House Foods, Inc has purchased the current TekTone Sound and Signal Manufacturing, Inc facility in the Macon County Industrial Park, following the TekTone purchase of the former SKF building in the park.
Located in the Macon County Business Development Center, Harmony House is a seller and distributor of dehydrated foods, both domestically and internationally. Their honors include the Editor’s Choice Award from Backpacker Magazine and the “Business People of the Year” nomination by the Small Business Administration for the State of North Carolina.
“Harmony House will be expanding from an 8500 square foot facility to an over 32,000 square foot location, showing significant growth since becoming a Business Development Center tenant in 2013,” said Tommy Jenkins, Macon County Economic Development Director. “Being a family owned and operated business, as well as located in a region world renown for hiking and outdoor recreation, Harmony House is a perfect fit for our local economy.”
Harmony House plans to steadily increase their workforce over the next several years as new products come to market. “We have so many opportunities for product growth that it just made sense to expand,” said John Seaman, President of Harmony House. “Expanding right here in Franklin was an easy choice because Macon County has provided such an excellent business environment.” There are also plans for a future