Sebring, Florida

Located in the heart of South Central Florida's Highlands County, Sebring's position as principal town and county seat have made it a retail center for Highlands County and neighboring rural counties. Principal industries of the region include agriculture, principally citrus, dairy, and beef cattle, as well as tourism.

Although the city has a population of only about 10,000, the county has grown to nearly 100,000 residents, most of whom trade and conduct their business needs in Sebring. More than 15 square kilometers of lakes have made lakefront living a popular option, as large new housing developments have augmented the original stately southern-style homes.

Famous for years as the site of one of America's first 'Gran Prix' raceways, Sebring has enjoyed growing recognition and prosperity in recent years, as the population of the city and area has grown.

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