Williamson County

Williamson County is consistently one of the nation’s fastest-growing counties, with upscale suburbs in its six unique cites and an array of retail and business parks. Williamson County offers a superior quality of life, historic ambiance and has the highest high school graduation rate in the state.

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Davidson (Nashville)

The region is home to more than 2 million people and more than 53,000 businesses. The Nashville region is defined by a diverse economy, low cost of living and doing business, a creative culture and a well-educated population. Cultural diversity unique neighborhoods, a variety of industries and a thriving creative community make Middle Tennessee among the nation’s best for relocating, expanding, and startup companies..

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Rutherford County is center stage to an unforgettable Tennessee experience! Located just 30 miles outside of Nashville, this vibrant Southern community is the kind of place you’ll want to stay awhile. Immerse yourself in Civil War history, explore scenic parks, get lost in arts & culture or shop until you drop. Rutherford county is also known for some of the best schools in the state, making this suburb a favorite for families.

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Sumner County was created in 1786 and was named for General Jethro Sumner, a Brigadier General during the American Revolutionary War. The county is made up of eight cities including Gallatin, Goodlettsville, Hendersonville, Millersville, Portland, Westmoreland and White House and Mitchelville. Gallatin is the county seat. Sumner County is 25 miles northeast of Nashville.

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Located in Middle Tennessee, Wilson is home to the Nashville Super Speedway (2001), the largest racetrack in Middle Tennessee and the second largest in the state. It hosts such NASCAR events as the Busch Grand National series and the Craftsman Truck series.

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