• Our Companies

The W.C. Bradley family of companies has a history of transforming and evolving to meet the ever-changing consumer needs and market conditions. Today, the W.C. Bradley Co. consists of the following companies:

The W.C. Bradley Co. was founded in 1885 in Columbus, Georgia as a “cotton-factoring” business.

It is still privately owned by the family of its founder, W.C. Bradley. The company is dedicated to continuing its reputation for quality and value worldwide. With a long-term focus, a Values-based culture, a commitment to innovation, and willingness to invest in the people-side of the equation, the company will continue to grow and expand organically and through acquisitions, both domestically and internationally.

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Our History

The W.C. Bradley Co.’s worldwide headquarters are located on the Chattahoochee River in historic Uptown Columbus, Georgia, in a renovated warehouse dating from 1885.

This building was originally used to store cotton and other goods for the company’s businesses. The building has been in continuous use since the company’s founding and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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  • What's New
Overcomer

Overcomer

From the creators of the hit film War Room, the Kendrick brothers are shooting their sixth film in Columbus, Georgia! The film, starring Priscilla Shirer, opens in theaters August 23, 2019. Watch the trailer now!

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New Downtown Columbus Apartment Complex Scheduled to be Completed on Time

New Downtown Columbus Apartment Complex Scheduled to be Completed on Time

The Rapids, a major project that will transform the riverfront in downtown Columbus has taken shape just north of the 13th Street bridge. It's a 226-unit apartment complex and will also feature restaurant and retail space.

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Two Old Powerhouses on the Chattahoochee River Find New Life as an Event Venue

Two Old Powerhouses on the Chattahoochee River Find New Life as an Event Venue

The renovation of the two powerhouses at the Eagle & Phenix complex on the banks of the Chattahoochee River in Columbus, Georgia is nearly complete.

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