The Palmetto State – named after its common indigenous palm tree – is a place where the Old South co-exists with new business and economic progress. South Carolina is indeed a favorable place for start-ups due to low taxes and other business-friendly policies. With its year-round warm weather, sports such as golf and tennis are popular while water parks, zoos and beaches offer additional family fun. Its main cities – Columbia and Charleston – are picturesque, with historical buildings, Victorian homes, magnificent plantations, lush green parks and water views. And the only thing more welcoming than the scenery is the hospitality.
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Lying just south of the midpoint of South Carolina’s coastline, Charleston, otherwise known as America's Most Friendly City, has abundant rich history, well-preserved architecture, distinguished restaurants and mannerly people. Charleston also hosts the annual Spoleto Festival USA, which is internationally recognized as America’s premier performing arts festival.
Ranked by Forbes magazine as one of America’s 10 best downtown areas and boasting myriad museums, restaurants, shops and music venues, Greenville is the perfect combination of beautiful scenery, contemporary lifestyle and Southern charm.
Not only is Greenwood surrounded by the natural beauty of Upstate South Carolina, it’s also home to many cultural, academic, educational and recreational institutions. Holding several festivals throughout the year and home to industries including Pepsico and Eaton Corporation, Greenwood is the big-time small town that belongs on any person’s new-home checklist.
One of America’s top vacation destinations, Myrtle Beach is also ideal for year-round living. Its comfortable, temperate climate mixes with fabulous dining, shopping, shows and museums, not to mention world-class beaches and watersports, to create a fun-filled city.
North Augusta, located in Aiken County, has beautiful views of the Savannah River. North Augusta offers its residents all the advantages of big-city living while maintaining small-town charm. With a population of more than 20,000, North Augusta provides its residents an enhanced quality of life with many amenities throughout the city.
Spartanburg is nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains less than an hour from Asheville, North Carolina. From its rich cultural offerings and musical heritage to its spectacular landscape and close to 100 outdoor art sculptures, Spartanburg is nothing short of a progressive and energetic city. The home of BMW’s only North American museum and manufacturing plant, Spartanburg also knows how to keep pace without losing sight of its past. Many of the area’s most popular, such as its Main Street Trolley Tours, celebrate the city’s heritage as a railroad hub and textile town.
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