The name ‘Mesa’ stems from the Spanish word for table. Mesa, located in south-central Arizona, is the third-largest city in the state and one of America's new breed of fast-growing cities.
Nowadays, Mesa is a prospering industrial area, with companies like Boeing and AT&T among its leading employers. The area's climate makes it an ideal tourist destination; a strong and growing economy lures top companies and young professionals. Arts and Cultural District is home to the Mesa Arts Center, the Mesa Southwest Shakespeare Company, the Mesa Southwest Museum, and several galleries, dance companies, and theaters. Other cultural attractions in Mesa include the Commemorative Air Force Museum and the Mesa Historical Society & Museum. Out of home and Billboard advertising works tremendously great in Mesa.
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Mesa Zip Codes: 85120, 85142, 85201, 85202, 85203, 85204, 85205, 85206, 85207, 85208, 85209, 85210, 85212, 85213, 85215, 85233, 85234, 85281, 85283.
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Mesa is an ideal location for the Chicago Cubs' spring training operations with sunshine throughout the year.
Mesa has excellent nightlife, with many of the attractions of a larger city, but more of a small-town personality. For big-city action, Phoenix is just a short ride away.
Mesa has a diverse business community with a strong competitive advantage and opportunity in the following industry clusters: Healthcare & Med Tech Technology, Education Tourism, Aerospace & Defense.
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