Tulare, California is Growing with Opportunity



ON BIG BLEND RADIO: Donnette Silva Carter, board member of the Sequoia Tourism Council and CEO of the Tulare Chamber of Commerce, shares how Tulare, California is experiencing positive growth in business, travel and tourism, and agriculture. Hear how this small agricultural city is growing with opportunities while maintaining its quality of life and country charm. Listen here in the YouTube player or download the podcast on PodBean.


Host to the Annual World Ag Expo, Tulare is an agricultural community and a popular travel and shopping destination that’s ideally situated near Yosemite, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, as well as Sequoia National Forest and Giant Sequoia National Monument.

Tulare has a charming historic downtown district with lovely tree lined streets, murals, boutique shops, and restaurants. Showcasing the region’s Native American, pioneer, and agricultural history, the Tulare Historical Museum is a fascinating place to visit. Housed in the International Agri-Center that’s home to the Tulare County Fairgrounds where the World Ag Expo is held, AgVentures Learning Center and the Antique Farm Equipment Museum are fun and educational attractions for the whole family. Home to the Tulare Outlet Center, Tulare is a regional shopping destination where shoppers can get good discounts on brand name products, enjoy a meal at one of the various restaurants, watch a movie at Galaxy Theatre, or attend the farmers market or an event. North ‘L’ Street is another great Tulare shopping and lunch destination. There are a variety of hotels to stay in, all in close proximity to the historic downtown district and the Tulare Outlet Center.

To plan your visit to Tulare and to learn more about the area’s business and relocation opportunities, contact the Tulare Chamber of Commerce which is located at 220 E. Tulare Ave., Tulare, CA 93274. You can reach them at (559) 686-1547 or visit www.TulareChamber.org.



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