With Millennials fleeing overpriced cities like New York and San Francisco to move to smaller, growing cities, Nashville is the now the seventh fastest growing city in America. Over 100 people are moving to the city daily. Here’s why entrepreneurs like Robyn Donnelly and Katie MacLachlan are moving from places like NYC to open their own businesses.
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