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KY fares well in Wallethub's best small cities to start a business

According to Wallethub, Bowling Green, KY, is only small city in the 7-State area to make Top 20 in the nation; Kentucky has four of the top 100 cities - two would have been slightly over average
Test yourself and guess, then click on headline to see how well you did and reward yourself with a Laurel & Hearty Handshake, per Mel Brooks, if get 1 of the three in addition to Bowling Green.

Information from Wallethub

In Wallethub's release today titled "Best Small Cities to Start a Business" Kentucky does really well, with the only listing, Bowling Green, KY, at 20th in the 7-State area Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia, Tennessee, and Missouri.

Moreover, Kentucky is above average in listings in the top 100 cities, with a total of four. In addition to Bowling Green, Wallethub lists Georgetown (71), Paducah (81), and Richkmond (86) in the Top 100 Best Small Cities in which to start a business.

Here's the link to view the complete listings at Wallethub:
Wallethub's List of Best Small Cities to Start a business
Source: WalletHub

This story was posted on 2018-04-16 06:35:47
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