US Africa Command would be a good fit for Charleston

According to the Post & Courier, the U.S. Africa Command is planning to relocate from Germany and a team from Charleston journeyed to Washington to show why the government should consider Charleston, SC for the relocation.

“Mr. Kutter cited the state’s “very rich national security technology base” as well as the existing cooperation of academic and governmental efforts in support of industry. That is particularly true of Charleston.  This is a good opportunity  for agencies and businesses that have something to add to the cause to become part of the quest to bring the U.S. Africa Command, and its economic benefits, to Charleston”

According to the article, the Charleston area already has 22,000 active duty, reserve and civilian jobs related to the military. Currently, the military presence in Charleston has an economic impact here of about $4.67 billion a year.  The Africa Command, with an annual budget of $310 million, would increase  this number significantly.

Just as the Boeing plant caused people to relocate to our area, this appointment would cause a great deal of Charleston relocation as well.  Our goal at Carolina One Real Estate is to help people make the move as quickly and easily as possible.  Through expertise and knowledge of the Summerville and Charleston area, I educate each of my clients concerning the current Charleston market conditions, which Charleston areas will fit their lifestyle and budget, desirable schools and much more.  When you employ me to help you in your relocation to Charleston, you are in great and capable hands that have been helping people for over 20 years find their perfect new home.


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