Greenville is located in the Piedmont region of South Carolina in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Greenville County is the centerpiece of a region considered to be the "economic engine of South Carolina" and the most populous county in the state. Since it’s beginning as a small farming community in 1786, Greenville County has grown into a large and diverse metropolitan area and one of the southeast region’s premiere areas for business. Over the past thirty years, Greenville has transformed itself from the textile capital of the world to a destination for both international and national corporate office, manufacturing and warehousing / distribution operations. Greenville is now home to world-class companies such as Lockheed, General Electric, Michelin and many, many more.
About Laurens County
Laurens County serves as the gateway to the rapidly-growing Piedmont of South Carolina. The County offers a unique blend of sustained economic growth and the charm of small-town America. Laurens County is located mid-way between the metropolitan areas of Greenville-Spartanburg and the state capital of Columbia.
Laurens County offers a rural living environment while the metropolitan life style is only minutes away. Lake Greenwood which borders Laurens and Greenwood Counties offers water sports, fishing and lakefront properties. Presbyterian College in Clinton offers college sports and theater opportunities. Musgrove Mill Golf Club, designed by Arnold Palmer offer one of the most challenging courses in the state. Laurens County’s location offers a near perfect climate with no rainy or dry season.
About Pickens County
Nestled in the beautiful Appalachian highlands of northwestern South Carolina is Pickens County. Pickens County has much to experience…clear, clean waters of our lakes and streams, beautiful mountains, and a fine quality of life with a rich heritage. Pickens County is bordered to the north by the state of North Carolina, and the foothills of the famed Blue Ridge Mountains.
Popular vacation destinations include Table Rock State Park, and the excellent fishing and water recreation afforded by Lakes Keeowee and Jocasee.