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Braselton Population: 7,667

Total Males: 3,709
Total Females: 3,958
Median Household Income: $74,306
Total Households: 2,532

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Brief Information About Braselton


Braselton is a town of Barrow, Jackson, Hall and Gwinnet counties, combined. Braselton has a total area of a little over 12 sq. miles. The city of Braselton is famous for its film studios and film festivals. It is also the distribution center of a number of companies in the region. There is a number of warehouses in the region. A large diary of Mayfield is located here and it is home (Headquarters) to a number of companies and organizations like Junior golf Association of America, American Le Mans Series, Elan Motorsport Technologies, Atlantic Engineering Group and many others.  Over the last few years, Braselton has seen considerable amount of development in its physical infrastructure. Two large super markets have developped in the city. There are a number of exclusive shopping facilities for a number of world famous brands like AT&T, Wells Fargo, Chase etc. The media industry is well developed. Roddy White, Mims, T. H. Davis are some of the few notable residents who live in Braselton.



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