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The suburban commuter boom of the 50s and 60s created a world where people drove “into the city” to work, and eventually for arts and culture. This model changed little over the decades, but as small towns evolve into a new era, we’re finding more and more evidence that Main Street USA has the capacity for all the “good stuff” found in larger cities. We’ll talk to a couple of young, talented professionals who drive from the city of Charlotte, NC down to the town of Rock Hill everyday for a positive work and life environment. Of Course, this means we drink and all that as well.

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