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					                                           SPARTANBURG COUNTY DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS
                            Population                         2000     2010                            Five Y
                                                                                  2011
Total Population                                                253,791   289,999 294,476
Population by Age Group
   0-4                                                                  16,750     18,850      19,016
   5-9                                                                  18,273     19,140      19,373
   10 - 14                                                              18,019     19,140      19,498
   15 - 19                                                              17,258     20,010      20,131
   20 - 24                                                              16,243     17,400      17,731
   25 - 34                                                              36,292     35,380      35,614
   35 - 44                                                              39,591     41,180      41,253
   45 - 54                                                              35,531     43,210      43,440
   55 - 64                                                              24,110     36,830      37,773
   65 - 74                                                              17,004     21,460      22,791
   75 - 84                                                              10,913     12,470      12,662
   85+                                                                   3,553      5,220       5,301
% Distribution by Age Group
   0-4                                                                    6.6%      6.5%        6.5%
   5-9                                                                    7.2%      6.6%        6.6%
   10 - 14                                                                7.1%      6.6%        6.6%
   15 - 19                                                                6.8%      6.9%        6.8%
   20 - 24                                                                6.4%      6.0%        6.0%
   25 - 34                                                               14.3%     12.2%       12.1%
   35 - 44                                                               15.6%     14.2%       14.0%
   45 - 54                                                               14.0%     14.9%       14.8%
   55 - 64                                                                9.5%     12.7%       12.8%
   65 - 74                                                                6.7%      7.4%        7.7%
   75 - 84                                                                4.3%      4.3%        4.3%
   85+                                                                    1.4%      1.8%        1.8%
Median Age                                                                 36.0      38.7        38.9
Source: ESRI Business Analyst
Households                                                                2000       2010        2011
   Number                                                               97,735    111,920     113,696
   Median Household Income                                             $37,669     48,476      49,457
   Household Income Distribution
      <$15,000                                                           18.1%     14.2%       13.8%
      $15,000 - $24,999                                                  14.5%     10.6%       10.4%
      $25,000 - $34,999                                                  13.8%     11.1%       10.7%
      $35,000 - $49,999                                                  18.1%     15.2%       14.7%
      $50,000 - $74,999                                                  19.3%     22.2%       23.5%
      $75,000 - $99,999                                                   8.6%     14.6%       14.4%
      $100,000 - $149,999                                                 5.0%      8.7%        9.1%
      $150,000 - $199,999                                                 1.1%      1.6%        1.7%
      $200,000+                                                           1.4%      1.7%        1.7%
Source: ESRI Business Analyst

                                                                                            2008-2009
Net Migration Last Five Years Available (US Census Bureau Estimates Program)                    3,275
2010 Population Education Attainment (Age 25+)
Total                                                                   195,529
  Less than 9th Grade                                                      7.4%
  9th - 12th Grade, No Diploma        13.8%
  High School Graduate                32.5%
  Some College, No Degree             17.9%
  Associate Degree                     8.9%
  Bachelor's Degree                   12.3%
  Graduate/Professional Degree         7.1%
Source: ESRI Business Analyst
2010 Population by Ethnicity
Total                               289,999
  White Alone                         72.4%
  Black Alone                         21.1%
  American Indian Alone                0.3%
  Asian or Pacific Islander Alone      1.9%
  Some Other Race Alone                2.6%
  Two or More Races                    1.6%
Hispanic Origin                        5.6%
Diversity Index                           49
Source: ESRI Business Analyst
CTERISTICS
                  Five Year Projection
             2012        2013        2014   2015
             298,952     303,429 307,905    312,382

              19,182     19,348    19,514    19,680
              19,606     19,839    20,072    20,305
              19,856     20,214    20,572    20,930
              20,253     20,374    20,496    20,617
              18,062     18,393    18,724    19,055
              35,847     36,081    36,315    36,549
              41,327     41,400    41,473    41,547
              43,669     43,899    44,129    44,358
              38,717     39,660    40,603    41,547
              24,122     25,453    26,783    28,114
              12,855     13,047    13,240    13,432
               5,381      5,462     5,542     5,623

               6.4%       6.4%      6.3%      6.3%
               6.6%       6.5%      6.5%      6.5%
               6.6%       6.7%      6.7%      6.7%
               6.8%       6.7%      6.7%      6.6%
               6.0%       6.1%      6.1%      6.1%
              12.0%      11.9%     11.8%     11.7%
              13.8%      13.6%     13.5%     13.3%
              14.6%      14.5%     14.3%     14.2%
              13.0%      13.1%     13.2%     13.3%
               8.1%       8.4%      8.7%      9.0%
               4.3%       4.3%      4.3%      4.3%
               1.8%       1.8%      1.8%      1.8%
                39.1       39.2      39.4      39.6

                2012       2013      2014      2015
             115,472    117,248   119,024   120,800
              50,438     51,419    52,400    53,381

              13.4%      12.9%     12.5%     12.1%
              10.2%      10.1%      9.9%      9.7%
              10.2%       9.8%      9.3%      8.9%
              14.3%      13.8%     13.4%     12.9%
              24.8%      26.0%     27.3%     28.6%
              14.1%      13.9%     13.6%     13.4%
               9.5%       9.8%     10.2%     10.6%
               1.7%       1.8%      1.8%      1.9%
               1.8%       1.8%      1.9%      1.9%

                                  2005-
         2007-2008 2006-2007      2006    2004-2005
              4468      4723         3466      2408
                                                        SPARTANBURG COUNTY LABOR FORCE CHARACTERISTICS
Civilian Labor Force                                             2010 (Nov)    2009
Total Workforce                                                      133,334      140,624
Unemployed                                                             14,468      16,982
Unemployment Rate                                                             10.9%             12.1%
                                                                                         Total Number Employed

Non-Agricultural Employment Reported by Place of Work                 Present Year    Last Year 2008
                                                                     (2nd Qtr 2009)     Annual Avg

    Natural Resource & Mining                                                  400                390
    Construction                                                             5,315              6,900
    Manufacturing                                                           23,788            25,689
    Trade, Transportation & Utilities                                       22,750            24,170
    Financial Activities (Finance, Insurance & Real Estate)                  4,825              5,114
    Professional & Business Services                                        10,405            11,926
    Education & Health Services                                              9,675              9,990
    Leisure & Hospitality                                                   11,902            12,034
    Other Services                                                           2,634              2,709
    Government                                                              19,075            18,290
    Total                                                                  111,641           119,670
Note: Total may not equal the sum of individual employment groups due to unclassified or undisclosed figures); N/A = Not Avail
Sources: US Bureau of Labor Statistics & SC Employment Security Commission
Resident Employment Reported by Group Occupation (Figures
represent the Spartanburg Metropolitan Statistical Area, which          2009              2000
consists of Spartanburg County)
    Management occupations                                                   5,740              8,275
    Business and financial operations occupations:                           3,210              3,424
    Computer and mathematical occupations                                    1,310              1,374
    Architecture and engineering occupations:                                1,740              2,605
    Life, physical, and social science occupations                             380                680
    Community and social services occupations                                  900              1,789
    Legal occupations                                                          490                700
    Education, training, and library occupations                             6,880              6,116
    Arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations               1,030              1,347
    Healthcare practitioners and technical occupations:                      6,600              5,404
    Healthcare support occupations                                           3,100              1,925
    Protective service occupations:                                          2,130              1,553
    Food preparation and serving related occupations                        10,360              5,494
    Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance occupations                4,050              3,501
    Personal care and service occupations                                    2,440              2,592
    Sales and related occupations                                           10,630            12,721
    Office and administrative support occupations                           16,690            17,326
    Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations                                     -              356
    Construction and extraction occupations:                                 4,200              7,164
    Installation, maintenance, and repair occupations                        5,600              6,002
    Production occupations                                                  19,600            20,757
    Transportation and material moving occupations:                          9,560              8,635
Sources: US Census Bureau (2000) and US Bureau of Labor Statistics (2009)

Employed Residents Working Outside the County of Residence             Number (#)       Percent (%)
  1990 (1990 Census)                                                        15,749             14.7%
   2000 (2000 Census)                                                       19,388             16.6%
   2008 (American Community Survey)                                         19,290             15.8%
Commute Times (2008 American Community Survey)                       Number (#)        Percent (%)
   Less than 15 Minutes                                                     32,552             27.2%
   15 - 29 Minutes                                                          56,817             47.5%
   Over 30 Minutes                                                          30,154             25.2%
   Median (Not Available)                                                        NA                NA
Labor Participation Rate                                                    Percentage (%)
   Male                                                                           51.8%
   Female                                                                         48.2%
   Total                                                                         100.0%
Education & Labor Force                                           Enrollment         Graduates
High School (Public/Private)
                                                                   This information is presented in
High School Students Enrolling in College
                                                                    the public and higher education
Community College (Full-Time)
                                                                                sections.
4 Year University (Full-Time)
                            LATEST YEAR AVAILABLE PAYROLL COSTS BY INDUSTRY
                                                                                        Avg Monthly
Average Annual Salary by Major Industry (2009)                         2009 Payroll     Employment
   Natural Resource & Mining                                           $11,058,824                376
   Construction                                                       $212,620,718              5,237
   Manufacturing                                                   $1,236,533,670             23,787
   Trade, Transportation & Utilities                                  $725,018,571            22,844
   Financial Activities (Finance, Insurance & Real Estate)            $227,285,573              4,735
   Professional & Business Services                                   $456,712,833            10,661
   Education & Health Services                                        $386,274,401              9,740
   Leisure & Hospitality                                              $186,069,676            11,657
   Other Services                                                      $69,405,847              2,597
   Government                                                         $801,430,531            18,616
   Total                                                           $4,351,722,814            111,113
Source: SC Employment Security Commission
Note: Total may not equal the sum of individual employment groups due to unclassified or undisclosed figures)
R FORCE CHARACTERISTICS
            2008        2007                  2006
             135,516      132,740             135,370
               9,542        7,902               9,040
                   7.0%               6.0%        6.7%
otal Number Employed                                % of Total Employed Persons
                                                        Last Year
                                              Present
                               5 Year                     2008                5 Year
                2001                         Year (2nd               2001
                              Projection                 Annual              Projection
                                             Qtr 2009)
                                                          Avg
                       602       N/A              0.4%       0.3%      0.5%     N/A
                     6,009       N/A              4.8%       5.8%      5.1%     N/A
                    33,282       N/A             21.3%     21.5%      28.4%     N/A
                    23,483       N/A             20.4%     20.2%      20.0%     N/A
                     3,667       N/A              4.3%       4.3%      3.1%     N/A
                    10,356       N/A              9.3%     10.0%       8.8%     N/A
                     8,187       N/A              8.7%       8.3%      7.0%     N/A
                     9,533       N/A             10.7%     10.1%       8.1%     N/A
                     3,108       N/A              2.4%       2.3%      2.7%     N/A
                    16,745       N/A             17.1%     15.3%      14.3%     N/A
                  117,262        N/A           100.0%     100.0%     100.0%     N/A
ndisclosed figures); N/A = Not Available
                  Annual
                   Salary
                  $29,399
                  $40,600
                  $51,983
                  $31,737
                  $48,005
                  $42,839
                  $39,658
                  $15,963
                  $26,730
                  $43,051
                  $39,165

ndisclosed figures)
                                                          SPARTANBURG COUNTY LEADING EMPLOYERS
                                                                              BY
                                                             ALL SECTORS & INDIVIDUAL SECTORS
Sector*           Company                                            Location

                                                                    City           County
Healthcare        Spartanburg Regional Health Services      Spartanburg        Spartanburg
Manufacturing     BMW Manufacturing Corporation             Greer              Spartanburg
Government        SC State Government                       Multiple           Spartanburg
Government        Spartanburg County Government             Multiple           Spartanburg
Education         Spartanburg County School District 6      Spartanburg        Spartanburg
Education         Spartanburg County School District 7      Spartanburg        Spartanburg
Healthcare        Mary Black Health System, LLC             Spartanburg        Spartanburg
Manufacturing     Cryovac Division - Sealed Air Corp        Spartanburg        Spartanburg
Manufacturing     Milliken & Company                        Multiple           Spartanburg
Manufacturing     Michelin North America, Inc.              Spartanburg        Spartanburg
Education         Spartanburg County School District 2      Boiling Springs    Spartanburg
Source: Spartanburg County Economic Development Corporation and individual employers
TY LEADING EMPLOYERS
BY
NDIVIDUAL SECTORS
              Product/Service          Function1        NAICS      Employment
                                                        Code

          Healthcare                                     1025            5544
          Automobiles                  Regional HQ     1031-1033         5400
          State Government                                10             3480
          Local Government                                10             1453
          Public Education                               1025            1300
          Public Education                               1025            1259
          Healthcare                                     1025            1200
          Plastic packaging material   Branch Mfg      1031-1033         1100
          Textile Manufacturing        Branch Mfg / HQ 1031-1033         1100
          Radial Truck Tires           Branch Mfg      1031-1033          952
          Public Education                               1025             935
                                 NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS TO THE AREA WITHIN THE LAST THREE YEARS
Year                          Company          Capital Investment Jobs

2009          Gas Turbine Efficiency, PLC                  6,000,000    60
2009          Universal Nolin Company                     10,600,000   150
2009          Polysols Inc                                 1,000,000     5
2009          Wal-Mart/Exel Logistics                     19,000,000   500
2009          Norgenix                                    15,000,000    50
2009          Sage Automotive                                      0    89
2009          ECOS Paints                                    400,000    10
2009          Timken                                       3,000,000   100
2009          Country Club Rd Assisted Living Facility     6,500,000    45
2008          Platronics Seals                             2,000,000    20
2008          Master Precision Global                      7,200,000    30
2008          Achieva Rubber Corporation                     880,000    10
2008          MK Metalfoils, USA                          28,000,000    25
2008          Omnicare                                     1,200,000   189
2008          Paccar                                       4,500,000    15
2008          ILJIN, USA                                  30,500,000   100
2008          American Yuncheng Plate Making, Inc         10,000,000   120
2008          KMA Global Solutions                         1,000,000    25
2008          MGA Research Corporation                     3,000,000    25
2008          Regional Utility Services, Inc               1,150,000   202
2007          Electra-Finishing                            2,500,000    30
2007          Sun Paper                                    5,000,000    30
2007          Richard Fritz Co                             5,000,000    65
2007          Protec                                                     3
2007          Systems Material Handling                                 25
2007          Dave Steel                                   6,000,000    85

                                EXPANSION ANNOUNCEMENTS IN THE AREA WITHIN THE LAST TWO YEARS
Year                          Company           Capital Investment Jobs

       2009   True Timber                                   700,000      6
       2009   Sterling Packaging Company                                50
       2009   Seeber/Roechling                             5,000,000     0
       2009   ILJIN (Phase II)                            30,000,000    60
       2009   Integral Solutions                           5,000,000     0
       2009   Draxelmaier                                 20,000,000     0
       2009   United Tool & Mold                           5,000,000    20
       2009   RJ Rockers                                   2,000,000     5
       2009   Kusters Zima                                              50
       2009   Mack Molding                                 2,500,000    15
       2008   Knights Apparel                              2,268,000    60
       2008   BMW Manufacturing                          750,000,000   500
       2008   Jeffery Specialty Equipment                          0    40
       2008   Epsilon Plastics                             6,000,000    50
       2008   Lubrizol                                     9,000,000     7
       2008   Lear Corporation                            12,000,000   120
       2008   Staubli Corporation                          5,000,000    26
       2008   AFL Telecommunications                      12,000,000    15
     COMPANIES THAT HAVE DOWNSIZED/CLOSED IN THE AREA WITHIN THE LAST TWO YEARS
                                 LIST ALL WITH 50 OR MORE EMPLOYEES
Year                       Company                 NAICS        Layoff/
                                                                  Closure
2009    Roching Automotive                              326199      Layoff
2009    MAU (at BMW)                                    561311      Layoff
2009    Mt. Vernon Mills - Arkwright Plant              313210     Closure
2009    OMNISEC (at BMW)                                561611      Layoff
2009    Teijin Monofilament                             313210     Closure
2009    Goodyear Tire & Rubber                          326211     Closure
2009    K & S Communications                            517919     Closure
2009    Direct Brands (formerly BMG)                    541870     Closure
2009    MAU (at BMW)                                    561311      Layoff
2008    Bertelsmann (aka: BGM Columbia House)           541870      Layoff
2008    Reeves Brothers                                 313210      Layoff
2008    Ina Bearings (Schaeffler Group)                 332991      Layoff
2008    Ina Bearings (Schaeffler Group)                 332991      Layoff
2008    Schwan's (Mrs. Smith's Bakery)                  311812     Closure
2008    MAU (at BMW)                                    561311      Layoff
WITHIN THE LAST THREE YEARS
                Target Industry                         Type

          Aviation & industrial turbines   Manufacturing
          Refrigeration equipment          Manufacturing
          Recycler                         Manufacturing
          Logistics                        Return Center
          Pharmaceuticals                  Manufacturing - Wholesale
          Automotive Textiles              Manufacturing
          Chemicals                        Manufacturing
          Distribution                     Distribution
          Healthcare                       Services - Retirement Home
          Metal Plating                    Manufacturing
          Plastics                         Distribution & Manufacturing
          Rubber                           Sales & Distribution
                                           Manufacturing
          Distribution/Pharma              Sales & Distribution
          Automotive                       Sales/Rental
          Bearings                         Manufacturing
          Metal Plating                    Manufacturing
          Source Tags                      North America HQ
          Automotive                       Test Facility
          Utilities                        HQ & Operations
          Plastics                         Manufacturing
          Paper products                   Manufacturing
          n/a                              Manufacturing
          Security                         Services
          Material Handling                Manufacturing
          Metal Working                    Manufacturing

REA WITHIN THE LAST TWO YEARS
                 Target Industry                        Type

          Outdoor Activewear               Manufacturing
          Packaging                        Packaging
          Automotive                       Manufacutring
          Automotive bearings              Services
          Communications                   Services
          Automotive                       Manufacturing
          Mold making                      Manufacturing
          Brewery                          Manufacturing
          Equipment Manufactuere           Manufacturing
          Molding and metal fabrication    Manufacturing
          Distribution                     Distribution
          Automotive                       Manufacturing
          Material Handling                Headquarters
          Plastics                         Manufacturing
          Chemicals                        Manufacturing
          Automotive                       Manufacturing
          Solar                            Distribution & Manufacturing
          Fiber optics                     Manufacturing & Engineering
THIN THE LAST TWO YEARS
ES
                   Jobs Lost

                                70
                                75
                                78
                                94
                               101
                               105
                               153
                               169
                               399
                                64
                                70
                               105
                               119
                               525
                               767
                                              LABOR - MANAGEMENT RELATIONS
Is the State Right to Work                                                  Yes
% of Workforce Organized                                                      0
     All Workers (Private industry only )                                  0.00%
     Manufacturing                                                         0.00%
Union Elections - Companies w/50 or more Employees, Last 5 Years          Number
     # and % Won by Unions in Manufacturing                                  n/a
     # and % Won by Unions in Distribution                                   n/a
     # and % Won by Unions in F.I.R.E.                                       n/a
     # and % Won by Unions in All Sectors                                    n/a
Union Elections - Companies w/50 or more Employees
(Listing by Company, Last 5 Years
     Company Name                                                            n/a
     Union Involved                                                          n/a
     Industry SIC Code                                                       n/a
     Number of Votes For Union                                               n/a
     Number of Votes Against Union                                           n/a
Strikes & Work Stoppages                                                             Last Five Years
     Number                                                                  n/a
     Average Duration                                                        n/a
Strikes by Company (Listing by Company)                              Last Five Years Including 50 or More Employe
     Company Name                                                            n/a
     Industry SIC Code                                                       n/a
     Union Involved                                                          n/a
     # of Striking Workers                                                   n/a
     Duration of Strike                                                      n/a
     Strike Called by National or Local Union                                n/a
                  % Won by Union




                               Date




    Last Five Years


ears Including 50 or More Employees
SPARTANBURG COUNTY PUBLIC EDUCATION
Number of School Districts                                  7
District Number                                             1            2             3              4              5              6             7
Number of Schools                                           11           13            7              4              11             13            14
Dollars per Student                                      $8,894       $7,241        $9,798         $7,512         $8,549         $8,261        $10,793
Enrollment                                                5,112        9,892         3,064          3,047          7,616         10,335         7,614
Pupil/Teacher Ratio (in core subjects)                   19.9 : 1     23.3 : 1      20.8 : 1       22.4 : 1       20.7 : 1       21.7 : 1      17.9 : 1
Graduation Rate                                          75.1%        77.3%         85.0%          83.6%          80.2%          80.8%          73.7%
Dropout Rate                                              1.5%         3.8%          0.9%           0.2%           4.2%           2.5%          6.6%
SAT Total (All Students / *reading & math scores only)    1,012        1,003         1,014           998            988           1,025         1,003
SAT Total* (First-Time Entering College Freshmen)         1,117        1,117         1,117          1,117          1,117          1,117         1,117
(Greenwood County overall)
ACT Total (All Students)                                      20.1           20.6            19.6             19.7      21.3         21.2         20.5
Website                                                 www.spartanbu www.spartanbu www.spartanbu www.spartanbu www.spart5.net www.spartanbu www.spartanbu
                                                         rg1.k12.sc.us  rg2.k12.sc.us      rg3.org          rg4.org             rg6.k12.sc.us   rg7.org
Source: 2009 District Report Card; SC Department of Education; SC Commission on Higher Education (College Freshman SAT)
                                                             HIGHER EDUCATION RESOURCES: FOUR YEAR INS
                                                                                           Enrollment (Fa
Name of Institution                            Location                    Total
                                       City             County

Clemson University              Clemson         Pickens                          19,111
Lander University               Greenwood       Greenwood                         2,838
University of SC - Upstate      Spartanburg     Spartanburg                       5,403
Anderson University             Anderson        Anderson                          2,279
Bob Jones University            Greenville      Greenville                        3,956
Converse College                Spartanburg     Spartanburg                       1,720
Erskine College                 Due West        Abbeville                           874
Furman University               Greenville      Greenville                        2,962
Limestone College               Gaffney         Cherokee                          3,273
North Greenville University     Tigerville      Greenville                        2,260
Presbyterian College            Clinton         Laurens                           1,221
Southern Wesleyan University    Central         Pickens                           2,382
Wofford College                 Spartanburg     Spartanburg                       1,468

                                              HIGHER EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
                                                    COMMUNITY COLLEGES
Name of Institution                            Location            Fall 2009 Enrollment
                                       City             County             Total

University of SC - Union        Union           Union                               507
Spartanburg Community College   Spartanburg     Spartanburg, Cherokee             5,713
Spartanburg Methodist College   Spartanburg     Spartanburg                         808


                                                  VOCATIONAL/TECHNICAL CENTER RESOURCES
                                                        EXCLUDING COMMUNITY COLLEGES
Name of Institution                            Location             Fall 2009 Enrollment
                                       City              County             Total
Greenville Tech                 Greenville      Greenville                        15,089
Piedmont Tech                   Greenwood       Greenwood                           5,566
Tri-County Tech                 Pendleton       Anderson                            6,758

Source: SC Commission on Higher Education
ON RESOURCES: FOUR YEAR INSTITUTIONS
                Enrollment (Fall 2009)                                    Completions (2008-2009)
                       Under                         Graduate            Under        Graduate Total
                      Graduate                                          Graduate

                                        15,346                  3,765          3198      947     4145
                                         2,789                     49           449       19      468
                                         5,291                    112           997       14     1011
                                         2,132                    147           313       12      325
                                         3,457                    499           763      153      916
                                           729                    991           162      171      333
                                           582                    292           107       29      136
                                         2,753                    209           647       48      695
                                         3,273                      0           762        0      762
                                         2,131                    129           236        0      236
                                         1,221                      0           236        0      236
                                         1,677                    705           425      453      878
                                         1,468                      0           297        0      297

ES

          Annual Graduate Degrees (2008-2009)
                        Number

                                            54
                                           415
                                           167


NTER RESOURCES
Y COLLEGES
                       Annual # of Graduates (2008-2009)
                 Certificates & Diplomas               Degrees
                                           1,492                 965
                                             503                 593
                                             825               1,075
                                                       TRANSPORTATION
                             Distance in Miles to the Five Nearest Metro Areas (outside Upstate SC)
                            Metro Area
1. Asheville NC
2. Charlotte - Gastonia - Concord
3. Athens Clark County GA
4. Columbia SC
5. Atlanta -Sandy Springs - Marietta
Motor Carriers/Trucks
    # of Common Carriers Serving the Area
    # of Common Carriers with Local Terminals
Railroads (by Rail Carrier)
    Name
    Main or Branch Line
    Shortline or National
    Nearest Switching Yard (miles)
                                                       Commercial Airport
Name
  Hub Status
  Distance from the Community in Miles
  # of Runways
  Runway Lengths
  Carriers (Names) Serving Airport

         Passenger

           Charter
           Air Cargo
    Approved Capital Expansion Plan
    Approved New Service by Carrier (with Carrier & Start Date)
    Total # of Daily Non-Stops to All Cities Served
                       Six Largest Cities Served
                      New York, NY / Newark, NJ
                              Chicago, IL
                             Houston, TX
                            Philadelphia, PA
                       Dallas / Forth Worth, TX
                              Atlanta, GA
    # of Days Closed to Inclement Weather for the Last 3 Years
Distance to the Nearest General Aviation Airport
    Name
    Location/City
    Driving Distance from the Community in Miles
    # of Runways
    Runway Lengths
    Full Instrument Landing Capabilities
    Hours of Operation
    # of Days Closed to Inclement Weather for the Last 3 Years
Ports
    Nearest Port (Name, City, Miles from Area)
    River, Lake or Ocean


    Channel Depth
    Turning Basin
    Barging Facilities
    General Cargo Facilities
    Containerized Facilities
    Storage Facilities
    Highways Serving Port
    Railways Serving Port
# of Freight Forwarders Serving Area
# of Import/Export Brokers Serving Area
# of International Courier Firms Serving Area
Foreign Trade Zones in Area
    Designation


   Number
   Site/Location
   # of Acres
   Operator
Custom Port of Entry in the Area
   Name
   Site Location (City & Street Address:
   Indicate it at a Port, Airport, FTZ, Bridge, etc.)
TRANSPORTATION
ve Nearest Metro Areas (outside Upstate SC)
            Miles
                                      63 miles
                                      90 miles
                                      96 miles
                                      100 miles
                                      140 miles




                              CSX and Norfolk Southern
                                       Both
                                       Both
                                       n/a
Commercial Airport
                     Greenville - Spartanburg International (GSP)
                                    Feeder airport

                                           1
                                        11,001

               Allegiant, American Eagle, Continental, Delta, Northwest,
                              United Express, US Airways
                Stevens Aviation, other options available at Greenville
                   Downtown Airport and Donaldson Field at SC TAC
                          FedEx, DHL, UPS, US Postal Service
                                         Yes
                                          n/a

                                    Number (daily)
                                         3
                                         2
                                         2
                                         2
                                         4
                                        11
                                         0

                     Spartanburg Downtown Memorial Airport
                                  Spartanburg, SC
                                          1
                                          1
                                       5202
                                         n/a
                  Monday - Friday: 7am - 8pm Sa/t- Sun: 8am - 8pm
                                         n/a

                      Port of Charleston (5 terminals), 215 miles
                                  Ocean
  -45 feet at mean low water in channel entrance, plus 5 to 6
foot tidal lift. -47 feet at mean low tide in inner harbor, plus 5 to
                              6 foot tidal lift
                                    n/a
                                Available
                                Available
                 Available for both bulk and container
                        Available at all terminals
                                   I-26
                       CSX and Norfolk Southern
                            22 (Upstate SC)
                             same as above
                             7 (Upstate SC)

                     Foreign Trade Zone 38

               4 active sites / 7 inactive sites
3 active subzones / 1 inactive sub zone / 2 pending sub zones
                         Upstate SC
          604 acres (Total acres in active sites only)
                      SC Ports Authority

GSP Airport
150 A West Phillips Road, Greer, SC
Airport
Utiltities

Water Providers                    Permitted Capacity (mgd)     Average Daily Volume (mgd)
Spartanburg Water System                       79                             34
SJWD Water District                            12                             5.6
County Totals                                  91                            39.6

Waste Water Providers              Permitted Capacity (mgd)     Average Daily Volume (mgd)
Spartanburg Sanitary
Sewer District
   Fairforest Creek                            15.1                          7.17
   Lawson Fork                                 15.5                          5.91
   Page Creek                                    1                            0.3
   Cowpens                                      1.5                           0.5
   Pacolet Mills                                0.3                          0.09
   N Tyger Riger                                 1                            0.3
   Lower N Tyger River                          0.5                          0.12
S Tyger River                                  0.24                          0.12
Inman                                            1                           0.33
Lyman                                           4.5                          2.26
Chesnee                                         0.5                          0.22
Woodruff                                         1                            0.4
Greer CPW
   Maple Creek                                  3                              1.2
   S Tyger River                               4.5                            1.33
County Totals                                 49.64                          20.25

Power Providers                    Website                      Contact
Duke Energy                        www.duke-energy.com          Steve West
Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative    www.blueridge.coop
Lockhart Power                     www.lockhartpower.com
Broad River Electric               www.broadriverelectric.com
Greer Commission of Public Works   www.greercpw.com
Laurens Electric Cooperative       www.laurenselectric.com

Natural Gas Providers              Website                      Contact
Piedmont Natural Gas               www.piedmontng.com
Greer Commission of Public Works   www.greercpw.com

Major Telecom Providers
AT&T/AT&T Wireless Network
Verizon
Phone




Phone
LARGEST CITY IN THE COUNTY
                                                             GOVERNMENT
City Government
      Form (Structure)
      # of Elected Officials
      Mayor
            Name
            Years in Office
            Next Election Date
      City Manager (Yes or No)
County Government
      Form (Structure)
      # of Elected Officials
      Top Elected Officials
            Name
            Title
            Years in Office
            Next Election Date
      County Manager (Yes or No)
State Government
      Form (Structure)
      # of Elected Officials
            Upper House Representing Area
            Total Statewide Upper House
            Lower House Representing Area
            Total Statewide Lower House
Governor
      Name
      Years in Office
      Current Term Expiration Date
      Allowed to Run for Another Term (Yes or No)
      Next Election Date
US Government Representation
      Congressional Districts Listed by District # in the Service Area (by District)
US Congresspersons Serving the Area
      Name
      Years in Office
      Current Term Expiration Date
      Next Election Date
US Senators Serving Area
      Name
      Years in Office
      Current Term Expiration Date
      Next Election Date
NT

            Council-Manager
          7 (6 Council + Mayor)

              Junie L. White
                    1
                  2013
                   Yes

          Council-Administrator
           7 Council; 6 Others

            Jeffrey A. Horton
           Council Chairman
                    16
                  2010
        Yes, County Administrator

     Bi-cameral, Full-time Legislature
                   179
                     5
                    46
                    12
                   124

              Mark Sanford
                    8
                 2010
                   No
                 2010

                4th District

                Bob Inglis
                    6
                  2010
                  2010

               Jim DeMint
                    6
                Jan. 2011
                Nov. 2010
                                                                           QUALITY OF LIFE
Climate
    Average Daily Temperature                    High                       Low
         July                                    88.8                       68.7
         January                                 50.2                       31.4
                                             Annual Average
   Rainfall in Inches                            55.4
   Snowfall in Inches                             6.3
   Wind Speed in Miles per Hour                   n/a
   (Annual Average)
   Number of Days Sunny or Partly                  n/a
   Sunny (clear or partly cloudy)
   Elevation (Mean Feet Above Sea                Range                    Average
   Level)
                                                500-1200                  750-900
Personal Income Tax (RATE in Ranges)                       Rate Range

    State                                             0% to 7% (6 brackets)
    Local                                                     n/a
Local Occupation Tax                           Rate Range                   Basis
    City Residents                                 n/a
    Non-City Residents                             n/a
Sales Tax
    Major Exemptions
    State Rate                                     6%
    Local Rate                                     0%
Housing
    Number of Homes on the Market             Single Family
    Average Selling Prices                        New                     Existing
         Single Family Home 3,500 Sq.              n/a                   $121,200
         Ft.-4 Bedrooms
         2,500 Sq. Ft. - 3 Bedrooms                n/a                      n/a
         Townhouse 1,500 Sq. Ft. -                 n/a                      n/a
         2Bedrooms
         Condominiums 1,200 Sq. Ft. 2- 2           n/a                      n/a
         Bedrooms
    Number of Single Family Homes for
    Sale by Price
         Under - $150,000                          n/a
         $150,001 - $200,000                       n/a
         $200,000 - $250,000                       n/a
         $250,001 - Over                           n/a
    Rentals                                  Average Monthly
         Executive Style 3,000 Sq. Ft. - 3         n/a
         Bedroom Home
         New 2 Bedroom Apartment                   n/a
         Apartment Vacancy %                       n/a
Education
Number of School Districts                          7
District Number                                     1                         2
Number of Schools                                  11                        13
Dollars per Student                              $8,894                    $7,241
Enrollment                                            5,112                    9,892
Pupil/Teacher Ratio                                  19.9 : 1                 23.3 : 1
SAT Total (All Students / *reading &                  1,012                    1,003
math scores only)
ACT Total (All Students)                               20.1                   20.6
Website                                      www.spartanburg1.k12.sc. www.spartanburg2.k12.
                                                        us                   sc.us

Source: 2009 District Report Cards, SC Department of Education
Health Care
   Hospitals                                  # of Hospitals          # of Teaching Hospitals
                                                     2
   # of Outpatient Clinics
   # of Physicians & Dentists in the            Physician                     Dentists
   Area
                                                   596                          115
   Ratio per 1,000 Population
   Crime Rate per 100,000 Inhabitants            Property                     Violent

                  2008                                 41.8                     6.5
   # of Enclosed Regional Malls                         1
   # of Religious Institutions                      Protestant                Catholic
                                       366             279                       2
Culture
    Top Five Annual Event                                         Event
                                        1                       Retrofest
                                        2             Spartanburg International Fair
                                        3            Plum Hollow Blue Grass Festival
                                        4                   Spring Fling 2010
                                        5                Piedmont Interstate Fair
UALITY OF LIFE

                   Average
                    78.8
                    40.8




                 Condominiums

                     n/a

                     n/a
                     n/a

                     n/a




                      3           4         5        6        7
                      7           4        11       13       14
                    $9,798      $7,512   $8,549   $8,261   $10,793
       3,064              3,047                       7,616                  10,335      7,614
      20.8 : 1           22.4 : 1                    20.7 : 1                21.7 : 1   17.9 : 1
       1,014               998                         988                    1,025      1,003

       19.6                19.7                      21.3                      21.2     20.5
www.spartanburg3.org www.spartanburg4            www.spart5.net             www.spart www.spart
                           .org                                             anburg6.k anburg7.o
                                                                             12.sc.us    rg


     # of Beds
        797




       Total

       48.3

    Synagogues            Other
        0                  85

       Dates                               Website
     February         www.piedmont.redcress.org/events_retrofest_2009.htm
      October               www.spartanburginternationalfestival.org
        May                                  n/a
       April                   www.spartanburgspringfling.com
      October                                n/a
                                                                  DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS
                                Population                                  1990     Present Year

Total Population                                                            1990 Census               SC State Data Center
Population by Age Group
Under - 17                                                                  1990 Census
   18 - 34                                                                  1990 Census
   35 - 54                                                                  1990 Census     The State Data Center's most cu
   55 - 74                                                                  1990 Census       2004. Since their projections f
   75 - Older                                                               1990 Census      after that 2004 release, summin
% Distribution by Age Group                                                                  data resulted in a population tot
   Under - 17                                                               1990 Census     population projections. In order
   18 - 34                                                                  1990 Census     the distribution by age group from
   35 - 54                                                                  1990 Census             to the more current popul
   55 - 74                                                                  1990 Census
   75 - Older                                                               1990 Census
Median Age                                                                  1990 Census     Am. Comm. Survey
Households
   Number                                                                   1990 Census    Claritas '09
   Median Household Income                                                  1990 Census Census Bureau, '08
   Household Income Distribution
       Under - $35,000                                                      1990 Census        Claritas '09
       $35,001 - $50,000                                                    1990 Census        Claritas '09
       $50,001 - $75,000                                                    1990 Census        Claritas '09
       $75,001 - Above                                                      1990 Census        Claritas '09

Net Migration Last Five Years Available
Workforce Education Attainment (Age 25+)                                                                             Percen
    Under - 12 Years
    12 Years Only
    12 - 15 Years (a sum of "Some college" & "Associate")
    Some College
    Associate Degree                                                          American Community Survey (2008 for all coun
    Subtotal (a sum of the categories above)                                                              08 3-year data for
College Graduates
    16 Years - More (Graduate or Professional Degrees)
    16 Years Only (Bachelor's Degree only)
    Total
Population by Ethnicity
Race                                                                                     Population
White                                                                           2008 Census Bureau Estimates
Black                                                                           2008 Census Bureau Estimates
American Indian or Alaska Native                                                2008 Census Bureau Estimates
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                       2008 Census Bureau Estimates
Some other race                                                                 2008 Census Bureau Estimates
Some other race >>> Census Bureau no longer includes this category in their racial breakdown.
Hispanic                                                                        2008 Census Bureau Estimates
Total Population                                                                2008 Census Bureau Estimates
TICS
                               Five Year Projection                                       Key to Data Sources on
                 1          2           3            4                          5         Demographic Worksheets
    SC State Data Center: 2010 - 2015 Population Projections




ate Data Center's most current projections by age group were released in
   Since their projections for total population were updated several times
hat 2004 release, summing the numbers for each age group in the 2004
  sulted in a population total that was different from the more current total
 ion projections. In order to avoid presenting conflicting data, I calculated
 ribution by age group from the 2004 data and applied those percentages
 o the more current population projections which are shown above.




               Extrapolated using the difference betw. '09 & '14 figures   Claritas '14
                                Not available on a county level

               Extrapolated using the difference betw. '09 & '14 figures   Claritas '14
               Extrapolated using the difference betw. '09 & '14 figures   Claritas '14
               Extrapolated using the difference betw. '09 & '14 figures   Claritas '14
               Extrapolated using the difference betw. '09 & '14 figures   Claritas '14
                Year 1         Year 2          Year 3         Year 4         Year 5

                   Percentage %




Survey (2008 for all counties except Abbeville, Cherokee & Union; 2006-
       08 3-year data for those 3 counties)




             County %

				
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