Business and Lifestyle Opportunities in Small Town South
There's a place in the world's fourth-largest economy where business operating costs are lower than anywhere else in the country. Not only are the costs to operate a business lower than anywhere else in the U.S., the work ethic is unmatched, or so claims companies like Nissan, Lockheed Martin, Toyota, Boeing, Viking Range, Fuji Film and Frito Lay. Those outstanding corporate nameplates and many others continue to employ tens of thousands of workers in this place.
There is also a place in the world's fourth-largest economy where the lifestyle of its residents is uncomplicated, comfortable and just as affordable as it is to operate a business. Retirement and tourism possibilities are endless in this place.
The place we are referring to is Small Town South. Since 1995, Southern Business & Development magazine has successfully published the Rural American South edition every year. As of January 1, 2009, the Rural American South edition will be rebranded to the SmallTownSouth edition. We are launching SmallTownSouth.com on the World Wide Web in January of 2009 to coincide with the rebranding of Rural American South to Small Town South.
We invite you to explore the many opportunities that are available to locating industry in Small Town South. Not only are the business opportunities vast, the various cultures and lifestyles are incredibly attractive, as evidenced by the hundreds of thousands of people from the Midwest, Northeast and elsewhere who have relocated to Small Town South over the last 25 years.
We welcome you to SmallTownSouth.com. This Web site is designed to give industry, individuals and families more information about the South's less crowded regions than any other source that exists. Don't forget to visit our advertisers. Links to what they have to offer are located throughout the site.
If you would like to gain more knowledge about opportunities in the South as a whole, the world’s fourth-largest economy, subscribe to Southern Business & Development magazine by clicking here or visit our sister Web sites, www.SB-D.com and www.SouthernAutoCorridor.com.