Tennessee Is The 2nd Friendliest State
When you’re traveling, the locals can make or break an experience. If your phone goes dead or you end up needing help figuring out the subway map, the locals will be who you rely upon for help. Depending on where you are, you’ll either be blown away by a stranger’s kindness or shocked at how unhelpful they are.
Big 7 Travel recently took a look at what states were the friendliest. Based on input from travelers, they ranked which states were the friendliest and unfriendliest. According to the list, Tennessee is 2nd Friendliest State in the US.
What Makes Tennessee Shine?
Tennesseans come with plenty of southern charm. They know how to be kind to visitors.
Tennesseans even go a step further, they want to show off the wonderful things about their city. The article notes that Tennesseans have an eagerness to show off their city to visitors. With cities like Memphis, Nashville, Knoxville, and Chattanooga there are no shortage of lively cities to visit.
Tennessee was one of two states from the Southeast on the list. The other state was Texas ranking in at #4. The #1 state overall was Minnesota.
Did You Know?
Knoxville may not be one of the biggest cities in the country, but it has appeared on many national lists.
Here are some of the lists that Knoxville has appeared on in the last few years:
- In September of this year, Knoxville was among the top 10 cities to sell your home right now.
- Earlier this year, Knoxville was named a recession-proof city by Livability.com and the Coolest City in Tennessee.
- In 2018, Knoxville was named one of the cities Americans are flocking to and Knoxville was named one of the next urban powerhouses by Realtor.com.
- Also this last year, Knoxville was named one of the Best Affordable Cities In The US.
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