Self Storage in Arizona

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Storage Facilities in Arizona

Are you looking for a storage facility in Arizona? Luckily, you will find numerous options for storage - ranging from self storage facilities to mobile storage units that are best suited for your needs.

Arizona is also known for their high temperatures and hot desert climate, but this can also be a bonus when you're looking for a place to store your treasured belongings. After all, humidity is the real enemy of prolonged storage, and most parts of Arizona are dry.

Origin of state's name: Arizona is believed to mean "Arid Zone," but the exact origins of the name are unknown.

Capital city: Phoenix is the capital of Arizona.

Population: As 2009, the U.S. Census Bureau estimates the Arizona population to be nearly 6.6 million people.

Driving: To locate driver's license information, applications, licensing information, testing requirements, testing locations and driver's manuals, please visit: Arizona Department of Transportation's Motor Vehicles website.

Agriculture and Industry: Manufacturing is an important industry in Arizona whose principal products include electrical, communications and aeronautical products. The state also produces over half of the country's copper. Other top commodities in the state include: calves, cattle, cotton, cauliflower, lettuce, barley, corn, wheat, sorghum, citrus, and dairy products. Arizona is also a leading producer of cooper.

State Bird: The state bird of Arizona is the Cactus Wren.

State Tree: The state tree of Arizona state tree is the Blue Paloverde.

State Flower: The state flower of Arizona is the Saguaro Cactus.

State Song: The state song of Arizona is the "Arizona March Song."

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Arizona - Interesting Facts:
  • Arizona is home to numerous natural wonder such as Grand Canyon National Park, Lake Powell/Rainbow Bridge, Saguaro National Park and the Colorado River.
  • Arizona is home to many ghost towns including Ruby, Tombstone, Gillette and Gunsight.
  • Arizona is the top producer of copper in the United States followed by Alaska.

Arizona - Famous People:
Arizona has had many famous residents, including cowboys Wyatt Earp and Rex Allen, movie producer Steven Spielberg, comedian David Spade, Harlem Globetrotter Meadowlark Lemon, entertainer Dick Van Dyke, actors Nick Nolte and Leslie Nielsen, country singer Tanya Tucker, golfing pro Heather Farr, author Erma Bombeck and Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor.

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