After enduring the colder climates of Michigan and Connecticut for 50 years, Craig Brown was pleased to find a more temperate environment when he moved to Greenville in 2005. “You still have the four seasons here,” Brown says, “but the good seasons are the longest.”
Actually, for Brown, there is a fifth season that is the best of all: baseball season. The former advertising agency executive relocated to Greenville when he became owner of the Greenville Drive minor-league baseball team. He says he quickly discovered that his new hometown touches all the bases in terms of being a great place to live and work.