Even though Charlotte is the 22nd largest metro area and has pro sports teams, why are they still unimportant nationally?
- Anonymous1 month agoFavorite Answer
Much of its population is relatively new. Charlotte doesn't really have any tourist attractions for people outside the region unless you like NASCAR. The history of Charlotte isn't really as relevant as other cities. Charlotte's main industries are banking and distribution, but it's not even the most major city for those industries. Many in Charlotte don't feel a sense of loyalty or grounding in the city, as many are out of state transplants who don't plan to stay there forever. The city is known to be boring, without many of the perks or specialties of other big cities. The metro area consists of places like Concord and Gastonia which seem like rural suburbs to many. The people in and around Charlotte are also known to be obnoxious or uncultured, natives and transplants both. Charlotte really just seems like a temporary city. The population tripled in only 20 years, implying that it's just a bubble that will pop.
- Anonymous1 month ago
those racist still sell things in the old slave market