Mesa is located in south-central Arizona.  It is the third-largest city in the state and one of America’s new breed of fast growing cities. It is considered a suburb of Phoenix. Initially inhabited by Native Americans and Spanish explorers, the area became US territory after the Mexican American War. Mormon pioneers founded the city in 1878. 

During World War II, Mesa was a major Air Force training center at Falcon Field Airport and Williams Air Force Base. After the war, many military families decided to settle in Mesa permanently.

Today, Mesa is a prospering industrial area.  The area’s climate makes it an ideal tourist destination; a strong and growing economy lure top companies and young professionals.

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