The biggest example that came to mind when you asked this question was, believe it or not, Walt Disney World in Orlando.
Unbeknownst to many, the city of Orlando, FLA is by far one of the southernmost points of the Bible Belt. The community of the inner town is deeply religious, hugely homogeneous, loves routine and the conservatism of Southern traditions.
They are FAR removed from the Disney culture, yet, they co-exist (as if a parallel universe) with their highly cosmopolitan, and immensely visited counterparts in the Disney Buena Vista territory set aside for Disney.
This was a strategy, actually. Walt Disney wanted his tourist attraction to be unique. He got the part of land offered to him (formerly a huge swamp) and transformed it.
Yet, the original Orlando natives, although at first met this adventure park with a bit of zealousness, were able to rip the benefits of good commerce and the consistent influx of city funds.
Yet, as of this day, they are completely separated from the Disney universe, and continue life as in the deep South, hidden from the screaming kids and the crazy tourists, and still enjoying a quiet Sunday afternoon at church.