Dothan, Alabama is a growing city and thriving community was built around landmarks of the past and prides itself on the friendliness and southern hospitality. Agriculture is especially important to the Dothan community. Dothan's location has made it a destination for recreation, business, industry, agriculture, healthcare, and retail. There are four colleges within 50 miles for those wanting to expand their education.
Enterprise, Alabama has been named one of the best places to live in America by several national publications, including Money Magazine. It has integrated its small town togetherness with urban vitality and is one of the fastest growing cities in the state. Enterprise’s school system is ranked in the top 10 statewide, and boasts one junior college, Enterprise-Ozark Community College. Enterprise is located 2 hours west of the Florida Panhandle and 3.5 hours from the western Georgia border.
Bentonville, Arkansas has transformed itself from a sleepy small town to a bustling center of commerce and innovative entrepreneurialism. The residents enjoy a thriving downtown with exceptional shopping and dining venues, and an excellent school system. Bentonville has received recognition by WalletHub as "The Best 50 Small Cities and Towns in America" and "Top 10 Places for Families" by Livability.
El Dorado, AR
El Dorado was voted as having "America's Best Downtown". It boasts a variety of industries beyond education and healthcare, including energy and professional services. Residents are eligible for the El Dorado Promise, a scholarship program that covers up to five years of college tuition for any graduate of El Dorado High School attending an accredited university in the United States. El Dorado is located 2 hours north of Shreveport, Louisiana and south of Little Rock, Arkansas.
Fayetteville, the third largest city in Arkansas, provides all the resources and advantages of a large city while maintaining a great quality of life. This small city offers historic neighborhoods, exciting nightlife, live local music, and is located in the beautiful Ozark Mountains which includes lakes, rivers, hiking and biking trails. Fayetteville Public Schools are Arkansas’s leaders in both academics and athletics. The University of Arkansas is the local institution of higher education. Fayetteville is less than 3 hours northwest of Little Rock and about 2 hours east of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Little Rock, AR
Little Rock, Arkansas is the state capital and the center of government and transportation. It is also a place where commerce, education, and culture thrive. The city is home to many major corporations, including Dillards, Acxiom, and Heifer International. Major employers in the area include Blue Cross Blue Shield, Timex, Entergy. The city’s rich history, vibrant dining scene, many public and private schools and universities makes it a great place work and live.
Pine Bluff, AR
Pine Bluff is located less than an hour from Little Rock, Arkansas in the heart of a rich agricultural region. In addition to agriculture, major employers in the area include Tyson Foods, Evergreen Packaging, Pine Bluff Arsenal, and Union Pacific Railroad. Pine Bluff is home to the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB) and Southeast Arkansas College as well as four public school districts and several private schools. Pine Bluff residents enjoy pleasant temperatures year round and great recreation opportunities on the beautiful Arkansas River, which is known for its exceptional bass fishing.
Siloam Springs, AR
Siloam Springs, Arkansas is a charming and sometimes eclectic small town surrounded by natural beauty. It was names “One of the Best Small Towns In America” by Smithsonian Magazine. Siloam boasts a prosperous downtown, a school district U.S. News and World Report ranked No. 22 in the state, and more than 700 small businesses and a dozen large companies. It is home to John Brown University, a private Christian university ranked No. 1 in “Best Value” among southern regional colleges by U.S. News. Located in Northwest Arkansas, Siloam Springs is 25 miles south of the Missouri state line and right on the Oklahoma border and only 85 miles from Tulsa.
Springdale, Arkansas, the fourth largest city in Arkansas, is a diverse and friendly community. In 2016, it was ranked 23rd best overall economy, according to WalletHub, and has earned the reputation as the region’s industrial hotspot with Tyson Foods’ world headquarters being located there. They also have an excellent school system and the founding of Northwest Arkansas Community College gives residents the option to continue their education. Being located in upper northwest Arkansas, Springfield, Missouri is 2 hours and 30 minutes to the north while Tulsa, Oklahoma is 2 hours to the west.
Bullhead City, AZ
Bullhead City is located along the Colorado River near the juncture of Arizona, California and Nevada - just 90 minutes away from Las Vegas and a short drive from Laughlin, NV. Bullhead City offers area water sports, golf, fishing, and warm weather over 300 days a year.