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Each month, a spectacular 2.5 million visitors and 6,000 new residents flock to Las Vegas to enjoy its warm climate, fabulous resorts, unparalleled entertainment, southwestern lifestyle and economic prosperity. The current population is estimated at 1.6 million. Las Vegas may be the only city in the United States in which anyone who has been in town for more than five years is considered a native. More than one-half of the residents have moved here within the last decade. For the entire decade of the 1990s and now into the 21st century, Las Vegas has been the fastest growing metro area in the nation! Low unemployment, an expanding skilled labor force, an exceptional tax structure, a probusiness environment and a great climate all give Las Vegas the “total package.”
Phoenix is Arizona’s capitol and the fifth largest city in the United States. The city takes up more than 500 square miles, geographically exceeding Los Angeles. Phoenix is young by historical standards but now ranks as one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation.
Phoenix has more than 300 sunny days a year and an average temperature of 74 degrees — an unbeatable combination that has made the city a prime destination for business and industry and people. Motorola, Intel, Honeywell and Boeing are among the companies that have major operations here.
As a new resident you will find that Phoenix offers just about everything in the way of sports, recreation, arts, culture, dining, and financial opportunities. Because of the beautiful weather, activities can be enjoyed year-round. You will quickly discover why Phoenix is such a dynamic city.