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            Roll Tide! Though Tuscaloosa is home to the University of Alabama Crimson Tide, this growing city offers its residents much more than winning sports records. Tuscaloosa is one of the most progressive cities in the country with a thriving business community, a lot of young people, and an expansive parks and recreation programs. Tuscaloosa is the second fastest growing city in Alabama and has added more than 15,000 people since 2000.

            As Tuscaloosa continues to progress, it is receiving public attention for its abundant advancement in business. In 2009 Fortune Small Business named Tuscaloosa county among the top 15 small places to launch a small business. Tuscaloosa was also named the most livable city in the country by the United States Conference of Mayors in 2011. Tuscaloosa is home two malls in the region, and a large portion of the city's residents work in retail and trade. A quarter of laborers are employed by the government - either at the local, state, or federal level. A big chunk of Tuscaloosa labor is also devoted to manufacturing. Because of the deep and diversified economy of Tuscaloosa, its stereotypical image as a college town does not ring true. That being said, the educational programs in Tuscaloosa are outstanding.

            On top of the best known University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa is also committed to providing quality education to its more than 10,000 public school students. Tuscaloosa offers a program for at risk pre-kindergarten students which has been highly successful in helping these students move beyond the 'at risk' label. The city also offers its high school students practical service-learning courses. Tuscaloosa's graduation rate exceeds the national average by 7 percent, and Tuscaloosa offers many educational programs to its youth. A lot of these programs are focused on helping youth get on the path to educational success. With its stellar public education system, numerous development programs, and bounty of students pursuing higher education it is no wonder Tuscaloosa has been among the 100 Best Communities for Young People three times.

            It is easy to see why Tuscaloosa is a great place to live for young people, families, and business men and women. The educational programs are flourishing. The city offers recreational activities, and has a host of parks and public areas. Tuscaloosa is also committed to environmental responsibility as it has a developing recycling program. With its varied economy, Tuscaloosa is a great place to foster business growth. This west-central Alabama city is a great place to cultivate the American Dream to succeed. Whether business pursuits or academic ambitions, using New Home Source will help you find a great place to call home in Tuscaloosa.