Knoxville


Knoxville Skyline

About Knoxville

Long-known as home to the flagship campus of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville is more than Saturday tailgates at Neyland Stadium. ‘Knox-Vegas’ (as some like to call it) is now home to a revitalized Downtown, ‘Happy Holler, and Southwest waterfront with a thriving food, drink, and music culture. While Knoxvillians still love their UT Volunteers, this is no longer just a college town.

Companies like Pilot Flying J, Bush’s Best Beans, and Clayton Homes call Knoxville home to their national headquarters. With a thriving business environment and a commitment to the people and history of East Tennessee, Knoxville continues to attract an educated, enthusiastic population of young employees. Named by Forbes as the ‘Second Most Affordable City’ in America, Knoxville lives up to its name by offering affordable housing, rising salaries, and an endless supply of entertainment options.

Join us as we highlight Knoxville’s continued transformation to a major economic, educational, and cultural force in the Southeast and beyond. As part of the USA TODAY NETWORK TENNESSEE, we can provide a comprehensive solution to help your business capture the financial momentum of Knoxville’s evolution from ‘a scruffy little city.’

Market Population

868,453

Median Age

40

Average Income

$66,414

Female

Male

Married

Home Owners

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Source: 2016 Nielsen Pop Fact Demographics Report

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