The State of Tennessee ranked 5th in Site Selection magazine’s 2009 Top State Business Climate Rankings.
Tennessee has long been known as a business-friendly state. Thanks to the lack of a personal income tax, the state’s comparatively low business tax rates and the natural advantages of Tennessee’s good location, the overall statewide business climate is hospitable for businesses of almost any size or type.
Wilson County is a key contributor in attracting new businesses and helping existing businesses prosper. The city of Mt. Juliet was ranked 3rd in the "Most Business-Friendly City" in Tennessee for 2008 by the Tennessee Center for Policy Research.
Wilson County is strategically located with easy access to three interstates, rail and an international airport. Wilson County is within 650 miles of 75% of the major U.S. markets and was designated one of the "Top 100 Most Logistic-Friendly Cities" in the United States.
In Wilson County, education is a precious natural resource. It provides businesses with trained, motivated employees and offers excellent public and private education.