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Phoenix is the capital and the largest city of Arizona. With around 1.5 million people and a metropolitan area of around 4.3 million people, it is the fifth most populated city in the United States, the twelfth largest metropolitan area by population in the country and one of the largest cities by land area in the biggest and most powerful economy in the planet. As the county seat of the Maricopa County, Phoenix is currently the city with the highest growth levels in the United States as well as one of the top five with the highest growth levels in the world. As the main city of the “Valley of the Sun” (the Phoenix Metropolitan Area), Phoenix is a very important economic, financial, industrial, cultural and transportation center of the Southwestern United States.
This modern and dynamic city has a growing and solid economy, and is an essential trade center in the country. As a main transportation hub in North America, it allows the city’s products to reach markets on both the East and the West Coast. With a very important proportion of the Hispanic community in the Phoenix population and with an increasing arrival of people from different countries of the world, the city is rapidly becoming a multicultural space in which new businesses are sealed every day. Also, as the warm weather has made of Phoenix a great tourist destination, people from many places in the planet gather in this city to meet other people and find new and great opportunities. That is why Day Translations, Inc. has chosen Phoenix as one of the cosmopolitan centers that have a huge need of the best quality translation and interpretation services in order for people to communicate and interact with each other.
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- ABOUT PHOENIX
As an economical, financial, cultural, industrial and transportation center of the Southwestern United States, and as an important distribution and trade center in North America, Phoenix has grown into an industrial city that is home to many large multinationals and local companies, and that gathers people from different countries of the world in a very dynamic business society that’s always creating new markets and business opportunities.
As the second fastest growing metropolitan area in the United States after Las Vegas, the Valley of the Sun (the Phoenix Metropolitan Area) is strategically located in the Arizona state –on the border with Mexico and in a central location in the United States- and is home to a very important Hispanic community that makes the Spanish language an essential tongue in the city, which means English and Spanish are two languages in permanent interaction in the Phoenix business society. And, also, apart from Spanish and from the Hispanic community, there’s an increasing number of people from other places and that speak different languages that are constantly arriving to work and live in this dynamic city, and to look for new business opportunities and relations.
Another important aspect about Phoenix is that it has become an important tourist destination for people from the rest of the country and of the world. Its warm weather, its recreational opportunities and its exotic dessert settings are some of the most attractive things about the city that invite thousands of visitors to spend some time in it and that favor the performance of different types of activities, for example some of the golf industry, which increases the number of events in the city and, therefore, the number of visitors from everywhere around the world.
Not only a lot of people, but also a lot of companies have chosen Phoenix as their new home. Many high tech and telecommunications companies have relocated to the Phoenix Metropolitan Area, which is currently home to seven of the Fortune 1000 organizations: Allied Waste (a waste management company), Avnet (an electronics corporation), Apollo Group (operates the University of Phoenix), Freeport-McMoRan (a mining company), PetSmart (a retailer), Pinnacle West (an energy supplier) and CSK Auto (a retailer).
Also, other large and important companies such as Intel, U-HAUL, American Express, the Best Western hotel chain and the Mesa Air Group have significant operations in Phoenix, some of them even have their headquarters in the city, turning it into an industrial center perfect for the creation of new business relationships and for the discovery of new markets.
- INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT PHOENIX
• Phoenix main airport is the Sky Harbor International Airport, which is the ninth busiest airport in the United States and the seventeenth busiest in the world for passenger traffic (it handled more than 42 million passengers in 2007 and it serves more than a hundred cities with non-stop flights). Some of the carriers that operate in the airport are U.S. Airways, British Airways, Aero México, West Jet and Air Canada.
• The Phoenix Metropolitan Area is officially known as the Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale MSA and is the twelfth largest in the United States.
• Before the real estate bubble and the economic crisis of the last years, there was a huge real estate and construction boom in Phoenix with the construction of many buildings of more than 300 ft. tall and with an average of 54.000 houses built every month.
• One of the most important events in the boost of Phoenix economy was the construction of the railroad in 1880, which led the city to become an important trade center that could take its products to both the East and the West Coast. After that, in 1888, the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce was created.
• According to the census of the year 2000, there were 1.074 people per square kilometer in Phoenix and the median age of the city’s population was 31 years old.
• Also, according to the census of the year 2000, the religious composition of the Phoenix Metropolitan Area was: 45% Catholic, 37% members of Protestant denominations or unaffiliated, 13% LSD and 5% Jewish.
• Phoenix has the hottest climate of any major city in the United States and that makes it a great place for different activities and events. The city profits a lot from many seasonal tourist events.
• According to the 2005-2007 American Community Survey (conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau), this was the racial and ethnic composition of Phoenix: 75.1% were white Americans (48.1% of them were non Hispanic whites); 5.4% were blacks of African Americans (5.2% of them were non Hispanic blacks); 1.9% were native Americans (1.7% of them were non Hispanic); 2.3% were Asian Americans (2.2% of them were non Hispanic); 0.1% were Pacific Islander Americans; 13.3% were from some other race (0.2% of them were non Hispanic). Of all the above, 41.5% were Hispanics and Latinos.
• Although agriculture –especially products such as cotton and citrus- has played an essential role in Phoenix’s economy, as the population has grown the economy has diversified a lot.
• Phoenix is an industrial city and a distribution center. During World War II, the city became a producer of massive military supplies.
• Due to the proximity to the Mexican border and to the large number of Mexicans in the city, Phoenix is famous for its great Mexican food and restaurants, which are the most popular everywhere in the Metropolitan Area. However, the city’s gastronomy is being more and more influenced by different ingredients from other places of the country and from other countries around the world like France, Korea and Brazil, due to the population’s growth and the increasing number of people from other places that have arrived to Phoenix.
• Phoenix is famous for having a very traditional political culture and has been home to several political figures such as Barry Goldwater, William Rehnquist, John McCain, Janet Napolitano, Carl Hayden and Sandra Day O’Connor.
• During World War II, Phoenix became an industrial city and a center for the massive production of military supplies; the city was home to three military bases: Luke Field, Falcon Field and Williams Air Force Base (which is now Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport). Currently, the Luke Field Force Base, located in the western suburbs, is still in use and constitutes a significant presence of the military in the city.
• The rock and country music genres have been very important in Phoenix since the city has seen many of its artists and musicians develop and grow into famous rock and country singers and bands such as Duane Eddy, Stevie Nicks, Willy Northpole, Buck Owens, Wayne Newton, Jordin Sparks, Marty Robbins, CeCe Peniston, Dierks Bentley, Alice Cooper, Meat Puppets, The Refreshments, Jimmy Eat World, Mr. Mister, Gin Blossoms and The Tubes.
• The Artlink Program has been very helpful in the Phoenix local arts’ growth and development. Also, downtown Phoenix has had a very important development of its art scene in the last ten years.
• Phoenix’s landscapes and streets have been the sceneries of several television series such as “The new Dick Van Dyke show”, “The brothers Brannagan”, “The CBS sitcom”, “Alice” and popular “Medium”. Also, an important number of other television shows and major feature films have been filmed in Phoenix. Some of them are: “Waiting to Exhale”, “War of the Worlds”, “Days of Thunder”, “Anastasia”, “American Anthem”, “24″, “The Kingdom”, “Transamerica”, “The Uninvited”, “What Planet Are You From”, “Young Americans”, “Titan A.E.”, “O.C. and Stiggs”, “Pardners”, “Private Lessons”, “Song of the South”, “The Gauntlet”, “Psycho”, “Raising Arizona”, “Jerry Maguire”, “Baraka”, “Little Miss Sunshine”, “Interstate 60″, “Gunfight at the O.K. Corral”, “Beyond The Law”, “A Home at the End of the World”, “The Prophecy”, “A Boy and His Dog”, “Used Cars”, “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure”, “U Turn”, “Eight Legged Freaks”, “Bus Stop”, “The Getaway”, “The Grifters”, “Electra Glide in Blue”, “Private Lessons”, “Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie”, “Never Been Thawed”, “Just One of the Guys”, “Away We Go”, “Terminal Velocity”, “Taxi”, “Twilight and The Banger Sisters”.
• Phoenix’s Arena Football team is called the Arizona Rattlers of the Arena Football League, and the play their games downtown at the US Airways Center.
• Phoenix will host the 2011 Major League Baseball All-Star Game.
• The desert geography of the State of Arizona is considered to be among the most beautiful regions in the world and to have some of the most wonderful and unique fauna and flora.
• Phoenix is one of the three cities that host the annual “Rock ‘n’ Roll Arizona Marathon” every January.
• Phoenix has several water and amusement parks, which offer great activities for all those who want to be outside and have fun taking advantage of the hot weather of the city.
• A major part of Arizona’s territory is occupied by the Grand Canyon and for that reason the state is also called the “Grand Canyon State”.
• Also, Arizona is at the top of the list of the Copper producers in the United States and that’s why the state is also known as the “Copper State”.
• Phoenix was started as a hay camp.
• Arizona State University is the main institution of higher education in the region and is also one of the largest public universities in the United States with four campuses (in Tempe; the ASU Polytechnic Campus in Mesa; the ASU Downtown Campus in Downtown Phoenix; and the ASU West Campus in Northwest Phoenix) and a student enrollment of 64.394 in the year 2007.
• The Phoenix Metropolitan Area is also home to other great universities such as Grand Canyon University; Midwestern University-Glendale; Thunderbird School of Global Management; American Indian College; The art institute of Phoenix; Western Governors University; University of Phoenix; University of Advancing technology; Collins College; Phoenix School of Law; and Argosy University.
• Arizona was the 48th state to be integrated into the United States of America.
• Arizona’s state colors and the federal blue and the old gold.
• Arizona’s highest point from the sea level is the Humphreys Peak in Flagstaff.
• Phoenix has a civic icon that’s suspended above the Phoenix Civic Space in Downtown Phoenix. The icon is a sculpture called “Her secret is patience”, by the artist Janet Echelman (and with the collaboration of some international prestigious engineers), which, according to her, consists of “shadow drawings” that were inspired by Phoenix’s cloud shadows, and that represent the invisible patterns of the desert wind, making them visible to the human eye. It’s a large three-dimensional multi-layered form with an illumination that, at night, changes color gradually throughout the seasons. This beautiful and magical sculpture, which is now a symbol of the city, was inaugurated in April 2009.
- THINGS TO DO, PLACES TO VISIT IN PHOENIX:
Downtown Phoenix: Some years ago Downtown Phoenix was a boring place that didn’t have much life and that would be almost empty after 6pm. Today it is a whole different thing! It’s had a very fast development and now has a great nightlife and many restaurants, bars, clubs, shops, small art galleries, hotels, festivals, parades and civic events that are frequently concentrated around Central Avenue. Also, the sports events are always important in Downtown Phoenix because they played a very important role in this area’s development.
Scottsdale Art District and Scottsdale Art Walk: Located along Main Street and Marshall Way in Downtown Scottsdale, the Scottsdale Art Walk is known as “America’s original art walk” and is home to more than a hundred art galleries that offer and exhibit fine visual art from all around the world. The Scottsdale Art Walk is a weekly gathering in which, every Thursday evening, the Scottsdale Art District galleries open their doors to the public so that everyone can see the great art work that numerous international artists have produced.
Desert Botanical Garden: Located in Papago Park in Central Phoenix and offering fifty acres of beautiful outdoor exhibits, the Desert Botanical Garden is considered to have one of the world’s finest collections of desert plants and is one of the world’s forty four botanical gardens accredited by the American Association of Museums. It is also accredited by the American Association of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta. The garden is the best place to enjoy and admire the beauty of the deserts and their species, and it possesses more than 21.000 plants including 139 rare and endangered plant species from all around the world. It represents and exhibits several different ecosystems such as the semidesert grassland, a mesquite bosque and an upland chaparral scrub. It was founded in 1937. It is a member of the Museum Association of Arizona and National Center for Plant Conservation and it is considered one of Phoenix Points of Pride. It is nationally and internationally recognized and admired for its collections of plants, and for its educational and research programs.
Boyce Thompson Arboretum: Located in Superior, close to Phoenix, Arizona, the Boyce Thompson Arboretum is an Arizona State Park, a 323-acre desert botanical garden and arboretum that exhibits many of the treasures of the world’s deserts and dry lands; it has a 1.5 mile main trail, around 3.200 different desert plants and more than 250 species of birds. Some of its most representative collections are The Taylor Family Desert Legume Demonstration Garden, the Australian Landscape, and the Cacti and Succulents. The arboretum has plant sales as well as innovative educational displays about different subjects such as the native plants that are used by the indigenous people of the area. The wildflower season is a very special time to visit the park because it’s the moment when all the colors of the desert are displayed. It was founded in 1925 and it’s one of the largest and oldest botanical gardens in the State of Arizona.
Phoenix Symphony Hall: Created in 1972 as part of the Phoenix Civic Plaza in Downtown Phoenix, the Phoenix Symphony Hall is a multipurpose performing arts venue that has more than 2.387 chairs, accommodation for people with disabilities and high technology acoustics, lightning and sound systems. It is a cultural and performance icon of the Phoenix Metropolitan Area. It is home to and presents numerous performances from the Arizona Opera, the Phoenix Symphony and the Ballet Arizona. The venue is also used for various dance and entertainment performances, as well as for the Broadway touring companies and for different business seminars and conventions. It is a part of the list of the Phoenix Points of Pride. The venue appears in the movie “The Gauntlet” (1977), by Clint Eastwood.
Orpheum Theatre: Built in a Spanish Baroque style and located in Downtown Phoenix, the Orpheum Theatre is a small theatre that currently belongs to the City of Phoenix and that is home to the Phoenix Metropolitan Opera. It opened in 1929 and was originally used for the vaudeville acts of the nationwide Orpheum Theatre Chain. It’s part of the National Register for Historic Places since 1985.
Drive Apache Trail: This scenic drive starts in Apache Junction (around 25 miles east from Downtown Phoenix) and offers the most wonderful sights and the greatest adventure on the following 46 miles until you get to Roosevelt Lake. This daytrip is perfect for those who are not afraid of adventure and though drives, and who want to see beautiful and wild landscapes such as an incredible view of canyons, geologic formations, desert plants and trees, desert and lake views, mountains, deep forests, and wildflowers in season. The road was originally constructed in the 1930s. Some of the places that will appear during the drive are the Lost Dutchman State Park, Goldfield Ghost Town, Saguaro Lake, the Canyon Lake Recreation Area, the Theodore Roosevelt Dam site and the Tonto National Monument (you can choose if you want to stop in any of them). The United States Forest Service designated the Apache Trail a USFS Scenic Byway, and it is also an Arizona Scenic Historic Byway.
South Mountain Park: Located south of Central Phoenix and originally called Phoenix Mountain Park, the 16.000 acres of the South Mountain Park and Preserve make it the largest municipal park in the United States, one of the largest urban parks in North America and one of the largest in the world. The more than fifty miles of trails offer great scenic views of mountains and desert vegetation in their natural states, as well as numerous species of flora and fauna. It can be a plan of adventure for those who like hiking, horseback riding and mountain biking, but it can also be a more relaxed plan for those who prefer picnics, barbecues and gathering. Dobbins Point offers a wonderful view of the “Valley of the sun”. It was chosen as a Phoenix Point of Pride.
Historic Downtown Glendale: Located in the city of Glendale, Arizona, the Historic Downtown Glendale is the historic downtown section of the city, a perfect place for those who love antiques since it has more than a hundred antique and specialty shops and restaurants. There’s a trolley that goes around the area and you can hop on and off to see a little bit more and decide where you want to stay longer. Glendale Gaslight Thursdays make the third Thursday of each month special because businesses stay open late. Between May and October, there’s an open-air market in Murphy Park every Saturday. It was chosen by the USA Today as one of the top ten antique destinations.
Phoenix Art Museum (PAM): Located at Central Avenue and McDowell Road in Midtown Phoenix, Arizona, and originally called the “Phoenix Art Center”, it is the largest and primary general visual arts institution in the Southwestern United States; it hosts over two hundred visitors every year and receives an additional forty thousand through its outreach programs. It’s been situated in its current location since 1959, where it has been through two major renovations and expansions. It was designated a Phoenix Point of Pride. The admission to the museum is free for everyone on Wednesday’s evenings and on first Friday’s evenings.
Heard Museum: Founded in 1929, the Heard Museum is a unique educational and living museum that has a collection of more than forty thousand pieces of cultural and fine art, including a library and archives with over 34.000 volumes. Through thousands of artifacts and contemporary art works of the Native peoples, the museum educates the visitors about their heritage, cultures and arts. The museum has three locations: the Heard Museum of Native Cultures and Art is located in Phoenix; the Heard Museum North Scottsdale branch is situated in Scottsdale; and the Heard Museum West branch is located in Surprise. The museum has permanent exhibits like the famous Barry Goldwater collection of Kachina Dolls, but it also offers special exhibits throughout the year, as well as different annual events such as the World Championship Hoop Dance Contest (in February) and the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair and Market (in March). It is recognized internationally for the quality of its collections, its educational programs and its festivals. The Heard Museum welcomes about 250.000 visitors every year. The Heard Museum of Native Cultures and Art (the main location) is a Phoenix Point of Pride.
Arizona Science Center: Located in the Heritage and Science Park at the heart of Downtown Phoenix, the Arizona Science Center museum seeks to turn learning into fun by inspiring, educating and entertaining people about science through interactive and hands-on exhibits for people of all ages. The Dorrance Planetarium and the five-story giant screen IMAX theatre are two of the great attractions of this science museum. It offers 350 permanent hands-on exhibits as well as several nationally traveling exhibitions and numerous additional programs. Some of the permanent exhibitions are “Many hands make a home”, “All about you”, “Networks”, “Fab lab”, “The world around you”, “How we live with the sun” and “Forces of nature”. The additional programs are different activities such as daily demonstrations, science summer camps, adult’s night out, science on wheels, field trips, teacher professional development, lecture presentations, family programs and more. It was founded in 1984 but its current downtown facility opened in 1997. It is one of the most successful cultural attractions in the state of Arizona. The museum welcomes over four hundred visitors annually.
Phoenix Zoo: Founded in 1962 and located in the Papago Park area of Phoenix, the Phoenix Zoo is a private organization (it’s supported by donors and private organizations), the largest non-profit zoo in the United States and one of the youngest zoos in the country. With 125 acres of land, the Phoenix zoo is home to around 1.200 animals including birds, reptiles, invertebrates, mammals and fish. The zoo has 2.5 miles of walking trails that are divided into four different trails or theme areas: the Africa Trail (animals from Africa), the Tropics Trail (residents of the rain forests), the Arizona Trail (American Southwest flora and fauna) and the Children’s Trail. It has several different attractions such as guided tours in the safari train and the safari carts, camel rides and the stingray bay. People may take their own bikes, skates, food and coolers. The zoo has a sanctuary to care for the endangered and unwanted animals, and it is very active with its wild life conservation programs. It was voted one of the nation’s top five zoos for kids and is a Phoenix Point of Pride.
Pueblo Grande Museum and Archeological Park: Located a few minutes away from the Sky Harbor International Airport in Metropolitan Phoenix, the Pueblo Grande Museum and Archeological Park is the site of a 1.500 year-old Hohokam village ruin in which are exhibited the ancient cultures of the prehistoric Hohokam residents who lived, farmed and prospered for centuries, and who built the first irrigation system. Visitors can see and learn about the Hohokam’s methods of adobe construction through the public displays that are distributed along the ruins: an authentic excavated prehistoric ball court; irrigation canals; an 800 year-old (Classic period) football field-sized Hohokam Platform Mound ruin; two full-scale reproductions of prehistoric Hohokam dwellings; an outdoor walking trail featuring native plants; several indoor exhibits geared towards all ages; picnic area; and special programming, events and lectures. It is Phoenix’s only National Historic Landmark and it was also designated as an Arizona Point of Pride.
Montezuma Castle and Tuzigoot: This is a day trip that’s one and a half hours north of Phoenix. The trip consists of visiting two National Monuments: the Montezuma Castle and Tuzigoot, which are managed by the National Park Service. The Montezuma Castle was a 20-room dwelling built by the peaceful Sinagua farmers in the 12th century and it stands in a cliff recess a hundred feet above the Verde Valley. Tuzigoot is an Apache word that means “crooked water”; it is a remnant of a Sinaguan village built above the Verde Valley before the year 1400. Tuzigoot is great for children because people can walk up, in and around the monument. The Montezuma Castle was so securely built that it is now one of the best preserved prehistoric structures in the Southwestern United States.
Enchanted Island Amusement Park: Located at Encanto Park in Phoenix, this is a paradise for children, an island that’s surrounded by fish, ducks and swans, and that offers different activities and rides such as a train, parachutes, a carousel, pedal-boats across fish-filled lagoons and many others.
Encanto Park: Located in Central Phoenix, Encanto Park is a public park and one of the oldest parks in the city. With 222 acres, the park offers different attractions such as a swimming pool; a lagoon; picnic areas; a nature trail; boat rentals; two golf courses; fishing; the Enchanted Island Amusement Park; lighted basketball, handball and racquetball courses; a softball field; a playground, and more. It is a Phoenix Point of Pride.
Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix: With around 35 acres of land and over thirty rides, Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix is a water park located in North Phoenix at Adobe Dam Regional Park and is the largest theme park in the state of Arizona. Some of the attractions and rides featured in the park are a water coaster, a funnel ride, a family raft ride, a bowl ride, a mat racing slide, tube slides, body slides, a half-pipe ride, a lazy river, a wave pool, an activity pool and two kid’s play areas. It opens its doors on July 1st every year.
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMoCA): Founded in 1999 and located in the Old Town district of downtown Scottsdale, Arizona, the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art an educational institution with exhibitions that are focused on contemporary and modern art, architecture and design. It is Arizona’s only permanent museum dedicated to this kind of art works and design. The museum features and outdoor sculpture garden and it has five different galleries in which the changing exhibitions and collections are displayed. It is a place that provides an experience of modern and contemporary art and culture. The Museum presents a variety of educational programs and special events for adults and families, including lectures, docent-led tours, workshops and classes. The museum’s minimalist building was designed by the prestigious Phoenix-based architect Will Bruder.
Scottsdale Fashion Square: Located on the northwest corner of Scottsdale Road and Camelback Road in Scottsdale, Arizona, and with around two million square feet of retail space, the Scottsdale Fashion Square is the largest shopping center in the state of Arizona and in the American southwest, as well as one of the thirty largest malls in the United States. It is also one of the top ten most profitable shopping malls in the country with over 740 dollar-sales per square foot (more than four hundred dollars over the national average). The shopping center offers several food and entertainment options as well as many stores such as Barneys New York, Dillard’s, Macy’s, Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, H&M, Forever 21, Crate & Barrel, and many more.
Chase Field (formerly Bank One Ballpark): Located in Downtown Phoenix, the Chase Field is a baseball stadium known for being the first baseball facility in the world to combine a retractable roof, air conditioning and a natural turf field. It is home to the Arizona Diamondbacks of Major League Baseball. This state-of-the-art facility opened in 1998 and is a tourist attraction that can also be visited for those who don’t want to go see a game, but only to have a good time eating at Friday’s Front Row Sports Grill. Also, fifty percent of the ticket price is credited to your food and beverage bill.
The Grand Canyon: Many resorts in Phoenix and the Scottsdale area offer daily van tours to the Grand Canyon, in which people can relax and enjoy the beauty of the desert landscapes of Arizona while learning about its history. Some of the stops of the tour are the pine forests of Flagstaff, the Navajo Indian Reservation, the historic Cameron Trading Post and the Grand Canyon National Park, including the Grand Canyon Village.