Newcomer Magazine


Posted June 6, 2007 2:44 p.m. EDT

Would you like to live in a place where you can catch up with your neighbor over a cup of coffee and the backyard fence, walk your kids to school, take a stroll by the lake, go shopping at Saks Fifth Avenue, check out a Rodin exhibit, have dinner at a world-class restaurant, enjoy a Broadway show and be home in time to tuck in the kids— all in the same day?

Such a place does exist, and it’s called Garner. This small town of 23,000 provides lots of “elbow room,” with easy living and easy access to all that the Triangle has to offer.

If the outdoors calls you, then look no further than Garner. Despite its cozy size, this friendly community offers a dozen parks to suit your recreational yearnings. And when it’s time to feel the city’s pulse, you’re only minutes away from some of the best shopping, dining, museums, and universities in this quadrant of the nation. Saving for a vacation? Forget plane tickets. Garner puts you two hours west of the tranquility of the ocean and only four hours east from the majestic mountains.

Check out Garner and find out why it’s “A Great Place to Be!”