Greenville

Positioned about halfway between Atlanta, Georgia, and Charlotte, North Carolina, Greenville is at the center of South Carolina's upstate region and is considered to be an economic powerhouse for the state and the Southeast. Corporations with major operations in Greenville include BMW, Michelin, GE Energy, Lockheed Martin, Scansource and Hubbell Lighting.

The Palmetto State offers all the beauty of four seasons with few of nature's extremes. Situated in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Greenville boasts hundreds of miles of hiking trails, over 200 mountain waterfalls, large lakes for boating and fishing, well-preserved state parks, canoeing and kayaking. The Greenville County Recreation District features three water parks and a 66,000-square-foot indoor recreation facility with ice skating, hockey and inline skating, curling, volleyball, soccer, tennis, table tennis, badminton, and a 7,000-square-foot gallery of inflatables called the Bounce House. Greenville's growing arts community includes studios, galleries and museums featuring local, regional, national and international works.

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