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Moving from Boston

Moving from Boston, Massachusetts to Charlotte, North Carolina

Perhaps you grew tired of Boston and Massachusetts, and you need a quieter but interesting place to move to? Are you looking for some suggestions, because we at State to State Movers may just have one or two for you. Our pick is Charlotte, and to find out why, you need to stick around. First, we should introduce ourselves and what we do. Here at State to State Movers, we aim to make the best of the moving process. We are a renowned, experienced and a successful cross country moving company, with a hard working staff and clear goals in mind. We often say our mission is to satisfy our customers, and assure a wonderful start of a new life somewhere new. That’s our calling.
We offer a range of services so if you’re looking to relocate somewhere within the United States, we can help with that. And we will be glad to. Here are some facts to look out for when moving to Charlotte, NC, from across the country. Later on you will find different services we provide, so you can recommend us to your friends.

The City

According to the last population census done in the area, there are roughly around 810 thousand ‘Charlotteans’. This makes them the second largest southeastern city, and overall they take the 17th place in the list of most populated cities of the United States. Charlotte constitutes most of Mecklenburg County in the Carolina Piedmont. Charlotte center city sits atop a long rise between two creeks, Sugar Creek and Irwin Creek, and was built on the gunnies of the St. Catherine's and Rudisill gold mines. Apart from the downtown area, the city consists of 200 neighborhoods altogether. Park Road and the South Park area have an extensive array of shopping and dining offerings, with South Park essentially serving as a second urban core.
Charlotte is the largest city in the state of North Carolina and the county seat of Mecklenburg County. Charlotte is vastly known as a popular University City, with many campuses and countless students swarming around town. There are 6 universities and over 10 colleges around Charlotte, with myriads of opportunities to get a degree. http://www.uncc.edu/ 

Geography and Weather

Though the Catawba River and its lakes lie several miles west, there are no significant bodies of water or other geological features near the city center. Consequently, development has neither been constrained nor helped by waterways or ports that have contributed to many cities of similar size. The lack of these obstructions has contributed to Charlotte's growth as a highway, rail, and air transportation hub. Charlotte has become a major U.S. financial center and the second largest banking center in the United States.
Charlotte, like much of the Piedmont region of the southeastern United States, has a humid subtropical climate, with four distinct seasons. Charlotte is directly in the path of subtropical moisture from the Gulf of Mexico as it heads up the eastern seaboard, thus the city receives ample precipitation throughout the year but also many clear, sunny days. Precipitation is generally less frequent in autumn than in spring.
Charlotte is the major center in the U.S. motorsports industry. Naturally, many of the motorsports hotspots are found here. Among Charlotte's many intriguing attractions, some of the most popular include:

- the Carolina Panthers of the National Football League (NFL)
- the Charlotte Hornets of the National Basketball Association (NBA)
- the Charlotte Independence of the United Soccer League (USL)
- two NASCAR Sprint Cup races
- the NASCAR All-Star Race
- the Wells Fargo Championship
- the NASCAR Hall of Fame  
- the Charlotte Ballet
- Carowinds amusement park  
- the U.S. National Whitewater Center

You can see just by looking at this list the things that Charlotteans feel very proud of and very passionate about. To be fair, they aren’t culturally backwards either, and the existence of so many dedicated museums can vouch for that. Some of the museums include: Carolinas Aviation Museum, Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, Charlotte Trolley Museum in Historic South End, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Fire Education Center and Museum, Billy Graham Library, etc.
Charlotte is "... the largest metropolitan area in the United States without a zoo.". But don’t get disappointed just yet. There is plenty of room and opportunities to enjoy a day out with a family and maybe have a picnic at the 120‑acre Park Road Park is a prominent landmark of the South Park neighborhood.The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Parks & Recreation Department operates 36 tennis facilities and the 12 lighted tennis courts at the park.
In 2013, Forbes named Charlotte among its list of Best Places for Business and Careers.
Are you ready to take care of your family and move them to this wonderful place? Or start a career somewhere like this, with plenty of chance to rise to the top? Do you need full residential moving, moving supplies, additional storage or custom moving? Let us know how you feel about your moving ideas, and our dedicated moving crew will help you make the best of it. 

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