Greer, South Carolina meet Greer, Arizona

Published on Thursday, October 18, 2012

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There is no comparison to the seasonal population of the Arizona town (181) versus Greer’s bustling population of 25,515, according to the 1010 Census.

Scott Stevens

There is no comparison to the seasonal population of the Arizona town (181) versus Greer’s bustling population of 25,515, according to the 1010 Census.

Greer is a megalopolis compared to its namesake in Arizona, just outside Phoenix.

Greer, Arizona can claim a higher elevation (8,500 feet to Greer’s 1,016 feet). And with that comes an average eight feet of snow each year.

There is no comparison to the seasonal population of the Arizona town (181) versus Greer’s bustling population of 25,515, according to the 1010 Census.

Both towns were founded near the same time period – Greer was incorporated as Greers in 1876 with the s disappearing early in the 19th century. Greer, Arizona, according to this sign, was founded in 1879.

Scott and Lindsay Stevens visited Greer, Arizona last weekend during a business trip to Phoenix. Scott submitted this photo.

Click here to read more about Greer, Arizona.

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