Driving directions from Spartanburg SC to Big O Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram
miles away from Greenville, Spartanburg is not far from Big O Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM , your new Dodge, new Chrysler, new Jeep, new RAM, and
used car dealer. If you are interested in acquiring a new or used car
and want to take a test drive, stop by Big O Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM at
2645 Laurens Rd Greenville, SC 29607 or give us a call on our sales line
at (877) 846-2560 today!
Step-by-step Directions from Spartanburg to our New & Used Car Dealership
To get here from
Spartanburg, just hop onto I-85 S toward Greenville and drive 17.7
miles. Take exit 48B for US-276 W toward Greenville for 0.2 miles, then
merge onto US-276 N/Laurens Rd and stay on it for 0.8 miles. Make a
U-turn at Henderson Rd and our dealership will be on your right under
the big American flag.
Spartanburg, SC near Big O Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM in Greenville, SC
Our dealership attracts customers from all sorts of cities and areas surrounding Greenville, SC. One of these cities happens to be Spartanburg, SC. With a population of around 37,000 people, Spartanburg is the largest city in, and the county seat of, Spartanburg County and comes in as the second-biggest city in the Upstate region. The name Spartanburg is widely believed to have been influenced by the Spartan regiment of the South Carolina Militia. Its humble beginnings started back in the 1780s as a courthouse village, and it was incorporated in 1831 on the 50th anniversary of the American Revolution skirmish known as the Battle of Cowpens. Spartanburg was well-known for its cotton mills, like the Glendale Mill, Beaumont Mill, and Converse Mill, for many decades, garnering it the title "Lowell of the South."
While visiting Spartanburg, make sure to take part in the many events that are held throughout the city during the year. Among these are events such as the Jamboread Reading Festival; the annual SouthEast LinuxFest, a southeast Linux and open source software conference; Hub City Farmers' Market, an outdoor market during the summer and fall on Saturday mornings; the Greek Festival, a fall street festival that supplies attendants with Greek food and cultural activities; Spartanburg Bands Together, a music festival that raises money for charitable endeavors; Taste of the Backcountry, an April-held historical celebration that takes place at the 18th-century Price House; Music on Main, a series of street concerts on every Thursday from April to August; Spring Fling, a weekend festival that usually takes place the first Saturday of May; the International Festival and Annual Sidewalk Arts Show, both of which run concurrently on the first Saturday in October; Festifall, an October-held historical celebration with demonstrations and reenactments at the 18th-century Walnut Grove Plantation; and Dickens of a Christmas, an annual Victorian holiday event that takes place on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. Spartanburg is also home to the Spartanburg Museum of Art, Spartanburg Regional Museum of History, Spartanburg Science Center, Ballet Spartanburg, Cowpens National Battlefield, Chapman Cultural Center, The Showroom, a number of golf courses, the annual Miss South Carolina Pageant, and the NFL's Carolina Panthers Training Camp annually.