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Fountain Inn Population: 7,474

Total Males: 3,567
Total Females: 3,907
Median Household Income: $44,912
Total Households: 2,641

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Brief Information About Fountain Inn


The city of Fountain Inn is located in the Counties of Laurens and Greenvile. Fountain Inn has a total area of about 14 sq. kms. The city is 866 ft. elevated above sea level. The city is known for its pro-business climate and qualified workforce. The business community of the city has grown with the presence of auto dealers of new and old cars, financial institutions, building contractors, outlet of clothing accessories, computer peripheral manufacturers, electric equipment supplies, farmers market, financial advisory services, freight forwarding services, hotels, machine shops, mailing and shipping services, real estate management, tax consultant and wireless communication services.



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