AUSTIN, Texas, Feb. 18, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- McLean, Virginia, a suburb of Washington, D.C., tops SpareFoot's new list of America's Top 15 Economic Power Towns.
To compile the list, online self-storage marketplace SpareFoot looked at all U.S. towns with 50,000 residents or fewer (based on U.S. Census bureau data) that are home to at least one Fortune 500 company. More than 120 towns fit into that category.
SpareFoot then analyzed these characteristics to rank the economic power of Fortune 500 towns:
Here is SpareFoot's list of America's Top 15 Economic Power Towns:
For complete statistics about SpareFoot's list of America's Top 15 Economic Power Towns, visit The SpareFoot Blog.
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The Austin Business Journal named SpareFoot the Best Place to Work in the Austin area for 2013, office furniture company Turnstone named SpareFoot one of the country's Best Young Companies to Work For in 2013, and the Austin American-Statesman named SpareFoot the Top Workplace in the Austin area for 2013.
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