Self Storage in Colorado

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Colorado Storage Facilities
Thanks to its convenient location, the state is constantly attracts new business and residents. Moving and storage companies in Colorado are staying busy these days. And those looking to relocate to the state will be pleased to find ample support in the way of moving services, available storage units and self-storage facilities, and anything else you may need to be settled into your new home. Do you want to learn more about this beautiful, rugged state? If so, keep reading to discover interesting facts about Colorado, its history and its character.

Origin of State's Name: The origin of Colorado's name is a Spanish word that means "colored red."

Capital City: Denver is the capital city of Colorado.

Population: The U.S. Census Bureau estimated that Colorado's population at just over five million residents.

Driving: To obtain driver's license information, applications, testing requirements, driver's manuals and testing locations, please visit: Colorado's Department of Revenue (Division of Motor Vehicles) website.

Agriculture and Industry: Renowned for its natural resources, Colorado is known for its mines, reserves of oil, coal, natural gas and minerals continue to bring revenue into the state. The state is also known for its advanced machinery, chemical products and food processing industry as well as its philanthropic organizations. Cattle, wheat, dairy, corn and hay are also play a key role in Colorado's economy.

State Bird: The state bird is the lark bunting.

State Animal: The state animal is the Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep.

State Flower: The state flower is the rare columbine.

State Song: The official state song is "Where the Columbines Grow." It was written by A. J. Flynn.

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Colorado - Interesting Facts:
  • Colorado is the only state in history that has turned down the Olympics. They cited that it was cost too much, cause pollution and create a population boom.
  • The cheeseburger was invited in Denver.
  • The largest natural hot springs in Colorado is located in Glenwood Springs.
  • Colorado borders Arizona, New Mexico and Utah.

Colorado - Famous People:
Many famous people are from Colorado or reside there today. Tim Allen and Roseanne Barr are from Colorado as well as the actors Lon Chaney, Bill Murray and Douglas Fairbanks. The animator Trey Parker, the boxer Jack Dempsey, the poet Allen Ginsberg, and the author Ken Kesey are also from Colorado.

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