If you're looking for a dynamic small town with an eye to the future and a wide variety of cultural events, local businesses, and economic development you should consider Greer. Ceded to the United States in 1777 by the Cherokee the land that makes up the city of Greer was originally a 200-acre farm owned by James Manning Greer. A train depot helped define the early years of Greer aLocated halfwand he growing area. You'll find excellent schools, an active arts scene, and a thriving area. You'll find a vibrant downtown area with an active arts scene, unique shops, and a variety of high-end restaurants. Located halfway between Spartanburg and Greenville, Greer is near the best of the Upstate and is easy to get around on nearby Interstate 85, SC Hwys 29 and 101, and the GSP International Airport.
If you enjoy community events you'll have a blast at the Greer Family Fest in May, and the Oktoberfest, and the Albino Skunk Music Festival in October as well as summer outdoor film screenings and many other community events. Greer is ideal for those who want a small city on the cutting edge of development with many amenities for busy families.
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