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From its moderate climate allowing for untold recreational opportunities to its rich cultural history and art scene, the Tar Heel State truly offers something for everybody. Add to that the state’s low cost of living and economical construction costs, which allows businesses to attract and keep skilled employees.
With a humid, subtropical climate, winters run short and mild while summers lean towards the sultry side. Temperatures rarely rise above 100 degrees or fall below 10 degrees and the average annual precipitation usually hovers around 42 inches. From west to east, you’ll encounter mountains including the Great Smoky Mountains and the Blue Ridge range followed by rolling hills and then the Atlantic coast.
Top-notch beaches like Cape Hatteras, Bald Head Island, and Emerald Isle beckon both natives and tourists alike to swim, boat, kayak, and fish. North Carolinians say you can catch a fish so big you don’t have to embellish the story. Turning to spectator sports, four universities in the Atlantic Coast Conference call this state home including Wake Forest and Duke. Fans also cheer on a professional football team, the Carolina Panthers, and the Charlotte Hornets, a professional basketball team. Then there’s serious NASCAR at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.
North Carolina claims to be the birthplace of outdoor drama. Summer theaters, wineries and festivals happen throughout the state as do concerts and ballets. As one of the original 13 colonies and because of its Civil War roots, the Tar Heel State proudly displays numerous battlefields and museums that are open to visitors.
According to a 2013 report by Forbes, the cost of living runs 0.6 percent below the national average in Charlotte. Throughout the state the costs of housing, utilities, groceries, transportation and health care all cost less than the national average.
Major companies headquartered in North Carolina include Bank of America, Burt’s Bees, Circle K, Family Dollar, and Food Lion. The aerospace industry and automobile manufacturing employ many of the state’s workers.
Famous for good eating in general, North Carolina is also the birthplace of Krispy Kreme Doughnuts.
By: Michael Danzig