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Gwinnett County is a vibrant metro suburb located 30 miles northeast of downtown Atlanta. As the second-most populous county with just under one million residents, the city of Lawrenceville is its county seat. A fun fact: “Gwinnett” is the namesake of Button Gwinnett, a signatory of the Declaration of Independence. Gwinnett covers430 square miles of land area and includes the cities of Buford, Duluth, Loganville,Norcross, Peachtree Corners, Snellville, and Suwanee, the towns of Braselton and Rest Haven, and theunincorporated city of Tucker.

Gwinnett offers plentiful opportunities for education, shopping, and entertainment. The county’s vast school system, including specialty schools and colleges,awards it the designation of largest school district in Georgia. Colleges are Georgia Gwinnett College, Gwinnett Technical College, and the University of Georgia (satellite campus).The Mall of Georgia, located in Buford, is the Southeast’s largest shopping center. Anchored by such retail giants as Dillard’s, Macys, and Regal IMAX & RPX, the Mall offers more than 200 retail stores and six full-service restaurants, including The Cheesecake Factory and P.F. Chang’s China Bistro. An array of entertainment optionsis available from favorites Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament theater to arcade giant Dave & Buster’s. Other area shopping comprisesthe AMS Global Mall, the first indoor South Asian Mall in North America and home to a rich Indian culture, andSugarloaf Mills, formerly Discover Mills, with over 150 specialty retailers and a variety of theme restaurants, casual dining, and entertainment venues.

The Gwinnett County Airport – Briscoe Field located in Lawrenceville is a single runway airport servicing light general aviation aircraft and most corporate jet aircraft. There are more than 50 aviation-related tenants, almost 200 hangars, and about 300 aircraft based at the airport.

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