What Greenvillians are thankful for…
This week, people across the country will gather around tables with family and friends for a meal of thanksgiving. They will reflect on different things in their life for which they are grateful.
So in honor of Thanksgiving, I’d like to mention a few things for which Greenvillians are thankful.
Greenvillians are thankful for…
- Our award-winning downtown. Greenville’s downtown ranked number 3 in America by Livability.com this year. It marks our second year in a row in the top 5 on the national website’s list, moving up one spot from last year.
- Our restaurants and nightlife. With more than 120 locally owned restaurants on 10 city blocks, it’s no surprise Greenville has been called one of the “South’s Best Foodie Cities” and “Best Up and Coming Food Destinations.”
- Our festivals. Fall for Greenville was just last month, and Euphoria was the month before that. We’re now looking forward to Artisphere and Gallabrae, both of which are in the spring.
- Our arts and theatre scene. From Greenville County’s Museum of Art, to Art in Public Places; Warehouse Theatre; Centre Stage; Greenville Little Theater and Café and Then Some – not to mention the Peace Center – the opportunities to experience art and theatre in Greenville are seemingly endless.
- Our proximity to outdoor adventures. Greenville’s location at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains and four-season climate make it a great base for hiking, running, kayaking, caning, cycling, golf, and fishing.
- Our quality of life. Greenvillians enjoy a vibrant business community, relatively low unemployment, and lower-than-national-average cost of living.
If you’d like to see why so many people are moving to Greenville for yourself, please give me a call. I’d be happy to show you around.
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