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					Kingsport, Tennessee
        Jeff Fleming, AICP
   Assistant City Manager for Development
      JeffFleming@KingsportTN.gov
    Is Kingsport a suburb of Knoxville? No, here's a comparison:
Austin to San Antonio                         1 hr 21 min   79.34 mi
Kingsport to Asheville                        1 hr 33 min   85.69 mi
Sacramento to San Francisco                   1 hr 34 min   86.92 mi
Kingsport to Knoxville                        1 hr 40 min   101.71 mi
Buffalo to Toronto                            1 hr 45 min   94.58 mi
Milwaukee to Chicago                          1 hr 46 min   88.88 mi
Hartford to Boston                            1 hr 49 min   101.07 mi
Tampa-St Pete to Orlando                      1 hr 49 min   106.49 mi
Baltimore to Philadelphia                     1 hr 50 min   97.04 mi
Philadelphia to New York                      1 hr 52 min   94.18 mi
Richmond to Washington                        1 hr 53 min   106.00 mi
Savannah to Charleston                        1 hr 54 min   103.74 mi
Savannah to Jacksonville                      1 hr 55 min   120.53 mi
Kingsport to Gatlinburg, TN                   1 hr 55 min   103.35 mi
Cleveland to Pittsburgh                       1 hr 56 min   114.90 mi
Richmond to Virginia Beach                    1 hr 58 min   108.80 mi
Logistically
Correct
               Kingsport,
               Tennessee
Kingsport is…
the largest city in
Tennessee’s
5th Largest Metro

Nashville-Murfreesboro-Franklin, TN                          1,550,733
Memphis, TN-MS-AR                                            1,285,732
Knoxville, TN                                                  691,152
Chattanooga, TN-GA                                             518,441
Kingsport-Bristol, TN-VA                                      304,689
Clarksville, TN-KY                                             261,220
Johnson City, TN                                               195,849
Morristown, TN                                                 135,914
Jackson, TN                                                    112,685
Cleveland, TN                                                  112,143
Cookeville, TN                                                 102,982
Sevierville-Pigeon Forge-Gatlinburg, TN                         84,835
Census Bureau, Metropolitan Statistical Area: July 1, 2008
Knoxville, TN                             691,152            Kingsport is…
Greenville, SC                            624,715            the largest city in the
Chattanooga, TN-GA                        518,441              5th Largest Metro in
Asheville, NC                             408,436                        America’s
Kingsport-Bristol, TN-VA                  304,689                  Mountain South
Charleston, WV                            303,944
Roanoke, VA                               298,108
Huntington, WV                            284,234
Spartanburg, SC                           280,738
Johnson City, TN                          195,849
Charlottesville, VA                       194,391
Anderson (Clemson) , SC                   182,285
Blacksburg (Virginia Tech)                158,328

Census Bureau, Metropolitan Statistical Area: July 1, 2008
Kingsport’s settlement pre-dates the State of
Tennessee by 35 years
1761 - British Fort Robinson (later taken by U.S. and renamed Fort Patrick Henry)

1779 - Sullivan County, NC (later TN) formally established

1784-1789 The Lost State of Franklin

1796 - Tennessee statehood from North Carolina

1822 - "Old" Kingsport incorporated

1861-1865 - Civil War

1865-1877 Reconstruction

1914-1918 World War I

1917 - "New" Kingsport incorporated (nearly 100 years after “Old” Kingsport)

2010 = 249 years after original settlement
Kingsport (1917)
A John Nolen planned city
Planned City vs. Present City




                         DID YOU KNOW?
                 Most of us were annexed at some
                 point. Only 29% of BMA, 20% of
                      BOE, and 22% of City’s
                  Leadership Team live in original
                             city limit
        The 1999 Economic Summit
              Economy in Transition
►   “Last one out, turn out the lights”
►   Major manufacturing closures/lay-offs
►   Eastman spin-off from Kodak
►   Major changes in elected officials      Kingsport Manufacturing Jobs 1990-2010
►   Major changes in leadership
►   “Rustbelt” city
►   Call to action
►   A new day, a new plan                    MeadowView
                                              Convention
                                             Center built



“Life is change. Growth is
optional. Choose wisely.”
                      Where We Were
                The 1999 Economic Summit
   Six Major Non-Traditional Economic Development Initiatives


•Higher Education (Educate & Grow)

•Recruit people (educated with income)
    •Retail amenities
    •Accessibility (airport)
    •Quality of life amenities
    •Commitment to education

•Small business & entrepreneurs                      Broad Street Redevelopment
                                                               Concept Plan 2001

•Public arts, sculpture, music, cultural amenities

•Leisure/hospitality/sports tourism

•Redevelopment (inc. downtown)
                            Highlights
►   2007 – Record year for new investment ($164.48 million)

►   2008 – a record year for new investment (2nd year in a row) $180.9 million

►   Eastman’s $1.3 billion “Project Reinvest”

►   Holston Valley Medical Center $100mm “Project Platinum”

►   Holston Medical Group’s new 6-story building ($40mm)

►   #1 Walking City by Walk! Magazine

►   Dobyns-Bennett High School named Top 4% by Newsweek (x6)

►   2009 – new elementary school opens – first in nearly 60 years!

►   MeadowView won “best in class” in 4 categories from North American Lodging
    Association

►   Materials agreement stimulates creation of 750+ residential lots
         Overall Positive Movement on All Fronts
•Population increased 30.2% from 36,365 to 47,356 (10,991 new
residents)
•If incorporated, would be the 6th largest city in NE TN or SW VA
     •41% larger than Abingdon or Wytheville, VA
     •160% larger than Rogersville or Jonesborough, TN
•Median age decreased from 42.3 to 41.9
•Population <5 increased 33%
•Population >65 decreased 27.8%
•Labor force grew by 35.9% (or 5,695 people)
•Median family income = $50,076 (up from $30,279 in 1990)
•Families below poverty level decreased to 14%
•Median value of owner-occupied homes increased 86%
•6,859 new housing units (41% increase)
•63.4% of housing units are owner-occupied (up from 58.7% in 1990)
•More than 50% of homes were built prior to 1969
•55% of all householders moved into their home since 2000
•1,154 homes are valued over $300,000 (up from 38 in 1990)
  Single females still highest risk:
CITY OF KINGSPORT, TN                            2000     2008 Change
Female                                           54.3%    54.7%    1%
65+ population who is female                     64.1%    63.5%   -1%
Families below poverty level                     14.2%    14.0%   -1%
 w/ female householder no husband present        42.3%    46.3%    9%
     with children under 18                      53.1%    60.8%   15%
     with children under 5                       62.6%    85.6%   37%
What are we doing about it locally?
    •Education! Education! Education!
    •Training-Transit-Childcare Cooperative
    •Educate & Grow Scholarship (free tuition to community college)
    •GED Test Scholarship (we’ll pay your testing fee)
    •Access to higher education opportunities (convenient to Kingsport)
    •Assessment Center in Academic Village to help with career path
     Employment in                                        January 1990
                                                                         % of All
                                                                                    July 2010
                                                                                                % of All
                                                                                                           Change
                                                                                                         (Jan 1990-
                                                                          Jobs                   Jobs
  Kingsport, TN-VA MSA                                                                                   July 2009)

     Trade, Transportation and Utilities                    22,900       21.60%      23,100     20.09%      200
                 Manufacturing                              36,300       34.25%      20,500     17.83%    -15,800
       Education and Health Services                        10,000        9.43%      19,000     16.52%     9,000
                  Government                                12,600       11.89%      14,900     12.96%     2,300
            Leisure and Hospitality                          6,500        6.13%      12,400     10.78%     5,900
    Professional and Business Services                       6,200        5.85%      7,900       6.87%     1,700
       Mining, Logging, Construction                         3,100        2.92%      6,400       5.57%     3,300
                     Financial                               3,100        2.92%      4,200       3.65%     1,100
                 Other Services                              3,400        3.21%      4,400       3.83%     1,000
                   Information                               1,900        1.79%      2,200       1.91%      300

                      TOTAL                                 106,000      100.00%    115,000     100.00%    9,000      <= Net New
                                                                                                                      Jobs



Source: http://www.bls.gov/eag/eag.tn_kingsport_msa.htm

26-Aug-10
Where We Are Now
   DIVERSIFICATION
        9,000 Net New Jobs

  Employment in Kingsport MSA

 1990                        2010
              NORTHEAST TENNESSEE
Change in Unemployment Rate During the “Great Recession”
 Source: Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (updated July 2005 compared to July 2010)


              5.0%
              4.5%
              4.0%
              3.5%
              3.0%
              2.5%
              2.0%
              1.5%
              1.0%
              0.5%
              0.0%
               Why Kingsport?
           USA Today (Sept 2007):
       “1 in 8 workers leave by 6 a.m.”

►   My commute to Downtown is a grand total of 10 minutes
►   I can be at my daughter’s school in 6 minutes
►   I can be at 2 different hospitals in less than 6 minutes
►   I can be riding a bike on an 8-mile greenbelt in 5 minutes
►   I can be in a 3500 nature preserve in a mountaintop park
    in 19 minutes
►   I can be walking around a lakefront park in 12 minutes
►   I can be at the airport (& park at the front door) in 20
    minutes
►   I can be at 100 different national retailers in under 6
    minutes!!
For the same quality of life provided by $50,000 in Kingsport,
you’d need:
     Asheville, NC                                       $67,705
   Bakersfield, CA                                          $69,367
        Fresno, CA                                                 $71,359
    Collierville, TN                                               $71,396
Charlottesville, VA                                                $71,548
        Albany, NY                                                  $72,148
 Germantown, TN                                                      $72,469
       Raleigh, NC                                                    $72,839
   Charleston, SC                                                      $73,522
      Sarasota, FL                                                           $74,896
  Sacramento, CA                                                                $76,234
       Atlanta, GA                                                                $77,283
      Franklin, TN                                                                        $80,434
 Myrtle Beach, SC                                                                           $81,791
   Brentwood, TN                                                                                      $93,800
         Miami, FL                                                                                    $94,636
     Fullerton, CA
    Annapolis, MD
    San Diego, CA
  Los Angeles, CA
     San Jose, CA
    New York, NY
  Hilton Head, SC
  Washington, DC
San Francisco, CA

                 $45,000 $50,000 $55,000 $60,000 $65,000 $70,000 $75,000 $80,000 $85,000 $90,000 $95,000
                      Why Kingsport?
Total City & County property taxes on a $200,000 home = $2,035 per year

►   No solid waste, garbage, trash or recycling fees

►   No special school tax

►   No special district tax (fire, parks, etc.)

►   No wheel tax in Sullivan County

►   No state income tax on salaries/wages

►   No personal property tax

►   No vehicle inspection fees

►   No annual vehicle taxes of any kind

►   Internationally accredited police and fire departments
                           There is a place…
   Where the hottest summer days are like New England, but the annual
    snowfall is 34 inches less
   Where the annual high/low temperatures are like the California Wine
    Country (without the faultline)
   Where the average winter days are like Atlanta or Charlotte, but the
    summers have 35 fewer days of sweltering above-90-degree heat
   Where the #of days >90 degrees are half that of the Colorado Rockies
    at Denver (and the winters have 45 fewer inches of snowfall)
   Where lush green vegetation is naturally maintained by rainfall amounts
    comparable to the Pacific Northwest
   Where nature’s beauty unfolds in four balanced seasons
   Where the natural watershed scored a perfect 100 out of 100
   That’s equidistant from every major metropolitan market in the eastern
    United States
   Oh, and did I mention it is consistently one of the most affordable
    places to live
   Mix in some of the nicest, most accommodating people in the world…
   And you have Kingsport, Tennessee
Read more at: http://www.newsweek.com/id/39380/?s=kingsport

Only 8 Tennessee Schools made the list:
Dobyns-Bennett (Kingsport)
Farragut (Knoxville area)
Collierville (Memphis area)
Ravenwood (Nashville area)
Hillsboro (Nashville)
Brentwood (Nashville area)
Hume-Fogg Academic (Nashville)
Martin Luther King Academic Magnet (Nashville)

82 Virginia schools made the list – Patrick Henry (Roanoke) being closest
52 NC schools made the list – Roberson (Asheville) being closest
19 SC schools made the list – with 12 being in the Upstate
11 KY schools made the list – with none in Southeast Kentucky
3 WV schools made the list – all in the Charleston metro area
2 years free tuition to H.S.
graduates
Childcare
Public Transit


$17 million local capital funding
2,100 students
2002 – Applied Technology
2008 – Health Professions
2009 – Higher Education
2009 – Advanced Manufacturing
Future – Automotive Tech
First LEED certified, publicly funded green
higher education building in Tennessee
    Direct flights to
Direct Flights to 8 Cities
          6 Cities:

          Atlanta
         Charlotte
          Chicago
          Detroit
          Orlando
   St. Pete/Clearwater

 Closest Neighboring Airports:
    TRI-Asheville (90 miles)
   TRI-Knoxville (112 miles)
          Variety of Housing Choices




Built: 1928, 5 BR, 2570 sf      Built: 2006, 4 BR, 2768 sf        Built: 1996, 5 BR, 6674 sf
$309,900 ($3,154 taxes)         $294,500 ($2,997 taxes)           $699,900 ($7,123 taxes)




Built: 2009, 3 BR, 1963 sf   Built: 2008, 3 BR Attached Home   Built: 2008, 2BR Patio Home
$199,900 ($2,034 taxes)      2174 sf $239,900 ($2,441 taxes)   1744 sf $199,900 ($2,034 taxes)
San Francisco
Alexandria, Virginia
These stores have joined the
Kingsport market since 2005
…and unique, local shops
                              Kingsport is…
         Marriott’s award-winning mountain resort




                                                           Cattails
                                                              Golf
              $30 million expansion completed Nov., 2010
                         6 minutes from Downtown


 $88,321,240 in spin-off private
      taxable investments
(1998-2009 Sullivan Co Public Tax Records)




The 1 year increase from 2008-2009 ($22,576,400) was greater
      than the total property value in 1998 ($22,496,860)
Downtown
Kingsport
Renaissance
$37,666,900 in private taxable
investment (1998-2009), a 70%
increase in 11 years
Excluding churches, hospital,
higher education (an additional
$129,000,000)
Results
July 2006-October 2010
2,025 families from 1,574 different
    communities in 49 states
    moved to Kingsport

Top Donor States
1. Virginia
2. Florida
3. North Carolina
4. Kentucky
5. Georgia
6. South Carolina
7. Texas
8. California
9. Ohio
10. Michigan
11. New York
12. Maryland
13. Pennsylvania
         City of Kingsport Population
45,400


45,200


45,000                Beginning of
                  MoveToKingsport.com

44,800


44,600


44,400


44,200
           Annual Economic Impact of Newcomers

              An example of Kingsport, Tennessee


► 444 net new residential water connections (July 1, 2006 – October 31, 2010)
► Census average = 2.3 persons per household
► 444 x 2.3 = 1,021 new residents (with City water/Sullivan County/Kingsport zip code)
► $25,000 economic impact per year per person (UNC Wilmington, 2010)

►   $25,000 x 1,021 =        $25,525,000
     Consuming services and creating demand for jobs in medical,
      pharmacy, finance, insurance, real estate, food, retail, etc.
     Not a bad return on investment for $55,000 annual budget for “Move
      To Kingsport” program
           Retire Tennessee Communities
                          Resided in Different State Resided in Different
Sorted by % Residing in
                                in 1995 (Total        State 1 Year Ago*       Median Household Income
Different State in 1995
                                 Population)          (Total Population)
                                            % of                   % of
        County                2000                     2008                   2000     2008      Change
                                         Population             Population
Cumberland County, TN           6,571    14.04%          1,933   3.66%       $ 30,901 $ 37,706   22.0%

   Henry County, TN             3,610    11.60%          1,167   3.69%       $ 30,169 $ 36,758   21.8%

 Hamilton County, TN           32,938    10.70%        11,710    3.55%       $ 38,930 $ 46,505   19.5%

  Putnam County, TN             6,270    10.06%          2,375   3.40%       $ 30,914 $ 36,115   16.8%

     TENNESSEE                567,966     10.0%       185,827    3.02%       $ 36,360 $ 43,662   20.1%

 Jefferson County, TN           4,337     9.8%           2,146   4.28%       $ 32,824 $ 39,341   19.9%

  Lincoln County, TN            3,051     9.74%            750   2.29%       $ 33,434 $ 42,699   27.7%

  Sullivan County, TN          13,363     8.73%          4,738   3.09%       $ 33,529 $ 40,377   20.4%

  Greene County, TN             5,061     8.0%           1,626   2.47%       $ 30,382 $ 36,192   19.1%

  Hardin County, TN             1,868     7.30%            586   2.25%       $ 27,819 $ 31,231   12.3%

Robertson County, TN            3,437     6.31%          1,279   2.02%       $ 43,174 $ 48,375   12.0%
 SAMPLE
MONTHLY
 REPORT




EXAMPLE OF 35 MI
           Free data (in this case, interactive!):
  Fortune Magazine (2008) Where Americans Are Moving
   http://www.forbes.com/2010/06/04/migration-moving-wealthy-interactive-counties-map.html




  Kingsport
Sullivan Co,                                                                     Bristol
 Tennessee                                                                       Washington Co,
                                                                                 Virginia




                                                                                 Wilmington
                                                                                 Metro
 Vicksburg                                                                       Brunswick Co,
Warren Co,                                                                       North Carolina
Mississippi
                  YMCA and
                   Aquatic
                   Center
►   $15 million
►   Fitness, Competition, Wellness, Leisure
►   Zero depth entries, ADA accessible
►   Family/assisted changing rooms
►   Indoor-Outdoor
►   All ages and abilities
►   Collocated with new YMCA
►   Construction 2011, Completion 2012
 V.O. Dobbins, Sr.
Community Center
 ► $8.2million / 46,000 sf
 ► Gym Space / Ballfields
 ► Community Rooms
 ► Non-Profit Center
                     Aquatic
                     Center
►   $15 million
►   Fitness, Competition, Wellness, Leisure
►   Zero depth entries, ADA accessible
►   Family/assisted changing rooms
►   Indoor-Outdoor
►   All ages and abilities
►   Collocated with new YMCA
►   Construction 2011, Completion 2012
Wetlands Project
►   Reedy Creek and Horse Creek traverse 28
    miles across Kingsport
►   1,600 acres of undevelopable floodway
►   8,000 acres of adjoining flood fringe
►   Cutting edge commitment to
    environmental stewardship
►   Kingsport has the greatest opportunity to
    make the biggest impact in the region
►   City assume ownership (or conservation
    easement) of undevelopable lands,
    natural filter for watershed
►   Tax break for landowners
►   First mitigation sites are adjacent to John
    B. Dennis Highway and East Stone Drive
Parking Garage
►   $4.5 million / 364 spaces / 3 levels
►   Money already available
►   No additional bonds to be sold
►   Public restrooms for special events
►   Construction starts after Christmas
►   Opening late Summer 2011
►   10,000 sf of privately-funded development space (2-3 levels)
►   Parking will remain FREE for the foreseeable future
►   Developer has extensive experience in rebirth of Chattanooga
    and Knoxville downtowns
Mountain Region Family Medicine at
Kingsport Press
 •Clinchfield at Sullivan
 •$18.5-$24 million redevelopment
 •Former Book Printing Factory
 •Downtown Kingsport
 •70,000 new medical visits per year
Food City at Kingsport Press
             PRESS ST
ROLLER ST




                        CENTER ST
Farmer’s Market at Kingsport Press
Rendering of Possible Phase 2 Kingsport Press
The Future: Kingsport Public Library Expansion
Consumer Expenditures
  for Retail Marketing
              Dunkin Donuts
              Retail Market Analysis

► Requirements:


   Residential population of 15,000 within 3-minute
    drive time
   and 25,000 within 5 minute drive time
    (suburban)
   and local median household income above
    $30,000 ($14.42/hr) – min wage is $7.25/hr
                                              2010      2005      Difference
Gasoline                                      $ 2,890   $ 2,124       36.0%
Mobile Phone (3)                              $ 2,496   $ 1,345       85.5%
1 pack of cigarettes/day @ $5 ea              $ 1,825
Car Insurance (2)                             $ 1,727   $ 1,876        -8.0%
2-liters of bottled water/day @ $1.99 ea      $ 1,453
Electricity                                   $ 1,298   $ 726          78.8%
County Property Taxes                         $ 1,222   $ 1,182         3.5%
Cable TV                                      $ 1,214   $ 740          64.2%
City Property Taxes                           $ 1,113   $ 1,055         5.5%
Natural Gas                                   $ 864     $ 881          -2.0%
Water + Sewer                                 $ 598     $ 766         -21.9%
Private garbage disposal ($26/month) an 11%
                                              $ 316
increase since May
Minimum wage = $15,080 per year               $17,746
                                 Dunkin Donuts
                                   Retail Market Analysis
       10-Mar-10                    Convenience Stores                          Specialty Foods                  Nearest
                                                                                                                  TDOT
                                                     Surplus or                                     Surplus or   Traffic
       5-Minutes            Potential    Actual       (Unmet       Potential           Actual        (Unmet      Count
                                                     Demand)                                        Demand)
120 E Stone (at Wellmont) $ 1,395,756 $ 209,220 ($1,186,536)      $ 820,978        $ 363,903        ($457,075)   35,046

101 E Jackson / Jborough $ 542,891 $ 440,168         ($102,723)   $ 321,145        $ 266,615        ($54,530)    30,197

 1702 W Market St / JC     $ 1,757,267 $ 2,477,555   $720,288     $ 1,006,963      $ 2,049,263      $1,042,300   28,846

 1600 W Stone Dr / Kpt     $ 1,361,788 $ 166,792 ($1,194,996)     $ 800,156        $    18,866      ($781,290)   27,804

 4222 Ft Henry Dr / Kpt    $ 737,141 $ 205,098       ($532,043)   $ 443,315        $    44,533      ($398,782)   26,572

 4101 Ft Henry Dr / Kpt    $ 724,175 $ 200,991       ($523,184)   $ 435,660        $    39,329      ($396,331)   26,572

  3583 W Market St /JC     $ 652,914 $ 1,036,634     $383,720     $ 374,842        $ 879,591        $504,749     24,333

5690 Hwy 11E Piney Flats $ 272,432 $       62,099    ($210,333)   $ 159,456         $           -   ($159,456)   23,505

 2000 N Eastman / Kpt      $ 1,209,706 $ 161,990 ($1,047,716)     $ 720,616        $ 581,850        ($138,766)   23,230

  3900 Bristol Hwy / JC    $ 400,236 $ 641,692       $241,456     $ 235,993        $ 829,554        $593,561     22,615

 1716 Volunteer/ Bristol   $ 504,208 $ 114,633       ($389,575)   $ 294,426        $      5,007     ($289,419)   22,272
Dunkin Donuts
Retail Market Analysis
                                            15-Minutes           Potential         Actual          Saturation
  Kingsport has the                         Motor Vehicle
                                            Parts & Dealers
                                                                 $277,540,878     $331,279,619       $53,738,741


 highest unmet retail
                                            Furniture &
                                            Home
                                                                 $31,415,265      $18,263,925     ($13,151,340)
                                            Furnishing

  market demand in                          Stores
                                            Electronics &
                                            Appliance Stores
                                                                  $28,009,660      $29,380,697        $1,371,037

    the Tri-Cities                          Building
                                            Material &
                                            Garden              $146,911,940     $133,741,856     ($13,170,084)
                                            Equipment &
                                            Supply Dealers
                                            Food &
                                                                $160,960,266     $130,567,155     ($30,393,111)
                                            Beverage Stores

                                            Health & Personal
                                                                  $80,214,559     $165,211,507       $84,996,948
                                            Care Stores
                                            Clothing &
                                            Clothing
                                                                 $50,982,929      $45,565,107      ($5,417,822)
                                            Accessories
                                            Stores
                                            Sporting Goods,
                                            Hobby, Book &        $22,606,195      $17,074,975      ($5,531,220)
                                            Music Stores
                                            General
                                            Merchandise          $154,998,941     $251,816,647       $96,817,706
Johnson City is oversaturated in every      Stores
category, Bristol is oversaturated in all   Miscellaneous
                                                                  $33,629,214      $36,970,388        $3,341,174
                                            Store Retailers
but 3 categories                            Foodservice &
                                                                 $104,851,058     $164,465,744       $59,614,686
                                            Drinking Places
                                            TOTAL               $1,092,120,905   $1,324,337,620     $232,216,715
                2010 Market Potential
                       Red = underserved categories
                                  Kingsport        Johnson City        Bristol
Motor Vehicle Parts & Dealers       $277,540,878    $343,979,658      $184,741,741
Furniture & Home Furnishing
                                     $31,415,265     $38,262,933       $20,748,716
Stores
Electronics & Appliance Stores       $28,009,660     $35,966,932       $18,977,653
Building Material & Garden
                                    $146,911,940    $172,085,453       $96,962,202
Equipment & Supply Dealers
Food & Beverage Stores              $160,960,266    $193,112,698      $108,775,860
Health & Personal Care Stores        $80,214,559     $92,408,786       $55,339,720
Clothing & Clothing Accessories
                                     $50,982,929     $68,571,670       $33,848,621
Stores
Sporting Goods, Hobby, Book &
                                     $22,606,195     $30,722,220       $15,411,730
Music Stores
General Merchandise Stores          $154,998,941    $192,434,278      $104,191,661
Miscellaneous Store Retailers        $33,629,214     $41,608,765       $22,758,414
Foodservice & Drinking Places       $104,851,058    $134,737,927       $71,661,740
                                  $ 1,092,120,905 $ 1,343,891,320 $    733,418,058
        Jeff Fleming, AICP
    Assistant City Manager for Development
    JeffFleming@KingsportTN.gov

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