Located in northwestern Texas and the government seat of Lubbock County, Lubbock has been considered as the commercial hub of the South Plains. The city has flourished to become the United States’ leading producer and manufacturer for domestic cotton markets, and its agricultural-industrial complex was considered to be highly diversified. Its products include petroleum, earth-moving equipment, cottonseed oil, agricultural, and engineering are some of the leading commodities. Lubbock has a touch of modern classic West Texas where you will likely see a cowboy hat or two, and you will also come across one in Armani suit or flashes of red sole Louboutins in the street. Present-day Lubbock is the crossroads of different cultures in West Texas with its hub of art exhibits, wineries, theatrical performances, and a lot more.

Population 239,538  (19.60%)

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