Memphis could be considered the new melting pot of cultural diversity with the kindness of down home charm. One can hardly expect anything more from any city than they are offered from Memphis.

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The economy has a bright future in this city. The chamber's Economic Development Team constantly reaches for growing companies and industry to move to the area.  Many excellent businesses already call this city home. Large companies like FedEx, Kruger's, and Mitsubishi Electric invest in the people of this grand city. If large companies don't appeal to your senses then consider The Great American Steamboat Company among many others.


If the economy doesn't interest you, maybe education does. The school system in Memphis Tennessee may have the appearance of being relaxed but on the contrary, it’s students and faculty regularly receive national recognition and honors for innovative programs and academic excellence. Memphis offers a plate full of options from 18 public schools to 100 private schools, not to mention the parochial and charter school options.


Over 15 beautiful neighborhoods dot the map in Memphis. From the east side one might consider Cordova which offers a stunning suburban feel with truly something for everyone. It's make up consists of warm wooded cul-de-sacs in safe gated communities. Shopping is mere minutes away, and even walking distance. It's bordered by Shelby Farm's Park, the nation's largest urban park, fronting bike paths, jogging trails, and even horseback riding. The area of Whitehaven is home to the ever popular tourist attraction, Graceland. This community offers new construction homes along with well built older homes boasting something for everyone. The area of Bartlett consists of 26 parks and boasts as one of the fastest growing communities in the city. It has plenty to do with community centers and several organized sports teams for everyone to enjoy.  


Memphis has blending the urban feel and classic country so perfectly one might not realize were there meet. Downtown raves about the pure number of festivals and cultural events, while only minutes away one can find quiet lakes and streams to fish and relax with. Biking and jogging might be a new pastime for the area with miles and miles of trails for residents and visitors alike.


The abundance of activities and attractions are only surpassed by the area's beauty. We can thank nature for most of the natural attractions that give Memphis this natural charm. Average annual temperature is 62 degrees, with mild winters and summers warm enough to enjoy water sports. The area rainfall measures 50+ inches allowing streams and rivers natural flow of fresh water for excellent fishing opportunities and gorgeous flower gardens and fruit trees for all.


If museums and culture are your scene then consider checking into the Cooper-Young District. It was named one of the top 10 communities in 2012 in America. Its mix of artist and ethnic flair offers restaurants and museums for all to enjoy. More standard attractions would require everyone to enjoy the Memphis Botanical Gardens with 23 separate gardens. They offer educational experiences for young and old alike. Most, if not all neighborhoods, offer some type of museum for local residents to enjoy.


Memphis, Tennessee is truly the best of all worlds. Try it for yourself - make the move and enjoy life as it should be.