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Anybody know much about Greenville, SC? Interviewing for a job there and I don't know much about the area.
Nice area. Lots of great fishing lakes up there.
Vince Lombardi was asked how it felt to have the best football team in the world. He replied, I don't know. We haven't played Alabama yet.
Used to live there. Great area, downtown is very nice and active place. Smaller than Bham, quite a bit bigger than tuscaloosa. It was the perfect size for us and yes there is lake Keowee and lake Hartwell nearby if you enjoy fishing.
bartknight pretty much hit on everything- Nice area with lots of professionals. The downtown area has undergone a lot of positive additions and is very clean. Pretty progressive mid-sized city.
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Great city with some beautiful parks and it is very clean as Charles said. I get some coffee from a place called "Spill the Beans" every time I go through downtown Greenville.
Grew up nearby in Spartanburg. Was a great place to raise a family. We shared the airport with Greenville. Very pretty area. You are in Clemson country though! Fairly close to the crappy snow skiing at Sugar and Beech mountains--although sometimes they will get hit with snow, and you can actually have a great time on the slopes. We did ski a lot, but it's pretty lame compared to out West.
Thanks for the input guys.
Greenville, SC is one of my most favorite southern cities. It's the perfect balance between metro and small town. Provided you can make the compensation work with the cost of living, there, I would jump on the opportunity. hth
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