While today's Greenville, South Carolina, is a globally connected city, the heart of the community is defined by its historic roots and natural landmarks that residents and visitors have come to love. Winner of the prestigious 2003 Great American Main Street Award from the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Greenville maintains its southern charm and hospitality, while earning deserved acclaim for cultural venues, access to unblemished nature, robust business and commerce, and vibrant nightlife.
Easily accessible to visitors and residents alike, Greenville boasts an international airport that supports over 900 flights per week and was ranked seventh in a Conde Nast Traveler survey of America's best airports. Travel around town is easy as well; in fact, most destinations in Greenville are less than fifteen minutes apart, thanks to well-designed highway and local road systems.
Greenville and the entire Upstate South Carolina region are rich in resources and conducive to business. Greenville's location on the I-85 Boom Belt corridor between Charlotte and Atlanta, combined with superior infrastructure and a highly productive workforce, provides a prime setting for commerce and manufacturing.
Feeding the region's need for a talented workforce are top-ranked training programs and nationally recognized universities such as Clemson, Furman, USC-Upstate and Greenville Technical College, providing the area with the ability to stay ahead of ever-changing industry trends.
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