Wilson is growing by leaps and bounds with lots of new residential and retail developments.
The population has grown 22% since 2000, and it is expected to grow another 12% over the next five years.
The average household income is on the rise with a projected increase of 13% over the next five years.
The county’s retail sales have grown 73% in the past five years—that’s $560 million more in spending.
Sources: 1. Claritas, 2008; 2. State of Tennessee Department of Revenue (2002-2007).
Readership of Adults
- 65% with The Tennessean
- 55% with The Tennessean
- 25% with Tennessean.com
Source: Tennessean Market Study; Scarborough 2007 (7 days in Tennessean; 30 days on Tennessean.com).