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The Fire Men Moving Co.
NM movers, The Firemen Moving Co. has been professionally moving residential and commercial properties since 1992. With over 20 years of experience, owner Neal...

US DOT: 3060928

Intra: C3646

MC: 55206

The Fire Men Moving Co.

City Moving
GP Movers offer the best moving services around. You can have a team of professional and highly skilled movers backing your move when you choose GP...

US DOT: 1826833

MC: 662744

City Moving

HireAHelper has worked more than 10 years curating the best movers from around the country, which means we have the highest quality movers you can...

US DOT: 3214531

MC: 1004629


U-Pack Moving
ABF U-Pack Moving was launched nationwide on October 1, 1997 by ABF Freight System, Inc. U-Pack has become an extremely popular choice for...

US DOT: 82866

MC: 29910

U-Pack Moving

On Time Moving & Storage
Relocation quotes, Our company has been in operation since 1997 and several of our staff members have been in the moving business for over 20yrs. We are a local moving...

US DOT: 1447613

Intra: IM1487

MC: 547090

On Time Moving & Storage

National Van Lines Inc.
Founded in 1929, National Van Lines is an ESOP-owned enterprise that began in the Chicago area as a horse and wagon moving service and expanded to a...

US DOT: 76628

MC: 42866

National Van Lines Inc.

All My Sons Moving & Storage of El Paso, LLC
Moving companies New Mexico, We are committed to our customers' satisfaction. Our highly-trained professionals make your moving experience as pleasant and hassle-free as...

Intra: 006724534C

All My Sons Moving & Storage of El Paso, LLC

Moovit4now provides local and long-distance moves to Southern California and its surrounding areas! Our fun, friendly and professional services are...

US DOT: 2822254

Intra: 0191599

MC: 1117240


Premier Van Lines International Inc.
Founded in 1992, Premier Van Lines International is one of Americas leading relocation companies which specialize in international moves. We are...

US DOT: 1930177

MC: 690093

Premier Van Lines International Inc.

Hawaiian Shipping
Here at Hawaiian Shippers, we understand the sensitive and delicate nature of trusting someone to move your most valuable possessions. This is why we...

US DOT: 1208629

MC: 480787

Hawaiian Shipping

United Transportation Moving & Storage
Interstate movement of household goods and personal possessions takes the coordinated effort of professional team. United Transportation Moving and...

US DOT: 1978660

MC: 699570

United Transportation Moving & Storage

Alaska Terminals, Inc.
Alaska Terminals, Inc. is based in beautiful Anchorage, Alaska with branch offices in Fairbanks, Alaska as well as in Seattle, Washington. For the...

US DOT: 125550

MC: 79658

Alaska Terminals, Inc.

Prime Storage Systems Inc.
New Mexico movers, Moving to Hawaii or moving from Hawaii can be just as easy as one, two, three, it all depends on which relocation service you are using. At Prime...

US DOT: 2109775

MC: 735596

Prime Storage Systems Inc.

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Moving to New Mexico
If you're moving to New Mexico, you're moving to a place with over 500 years of colonial and post-colonial history. Before you pack your bags and find a New Mexico moving company, take a moment to learn about the state you'll soon call home. In the famous words of Lew Wallace (governor of New Mexico in 1881), "Every calculation based on experience elsewhere fails in New Mexico." The state stands out in the diversity of its people and the rugged beauty of its wildernesses.

New Mexico didn't get its name by chance; it was originally a Mexican province before becoming an American Territory in 1848 in the wake of the Mexican-American War. The state is home to many Hispanic and Native American people, which means that it has a vibrant and varied culture with overtones of the Spanish, Native North American and Native South American civilizations.

Population: More than two million people call New Mexico home, but the state is so large that the population density is only 15 people per square mile. The population is growing faster than elsewhere in the United States, with a 10 percent increase from 2000 to 2009. The stable economy and low cost of living are just two of the reasons that so many people are moving to New Mexico.

Local Activities: When you think of touring New Mexico, you probably think of deserts and ghost towns, but New Mexico industry is on the cutting edge of technology. Visitors who are interested in science will enjoy touring the Los Alamos and Sandia National Laboratories, the Very Large Array and the nation's first commercial spaceport, which is aptly named Spaceport America.

Nature-lovers will also enjoy traveling New Mexico's many scenic byways, which include the Billy the Kid Byway, the Santa Fe Trail Byway, the High Road to Taos and the Route 66 Byway. The state is also dotted with natural hot springs and (as we mentioned already) historic ghost towns that once hosted such famous/infamous people as Pancho Villa and John Chisum.

Economy: The largest employer in New Mexico is the United States government, which accounts for over one quarter of New Mexico jobs. This means that the New Mexico economy is relatively immune to the boom-and-bust cycle of growth and recession that characterizes the nation's overall economy. In addition to Federal Air Force bases and research laboratories, there are a number of private defense contractors located in the state, which further boosts the local economy.

The dry climate of New Mexico limits the number of agricultural products that can be grown; many of its less arid areas are used for ranching instead of farming. Of the plants that are harvested from New Mexico farms, chili peppers and pinto beans are its most famous crops, but hay and sorghum are its largest crops.

As mentioned before, the cost of living in New Mexico is lower than in some nearby states such as California. For this reason, many former residents of the West Coast have been relocating to New Mexico in search of affordable housing.

State Bird: The New Mexico state bird is the roadrunner, which is also known as the chaparral bird.

State Flower: The state flower of New Mexico is the yucca flower, which is a white edible flower with a long stem and long, dagger-like leaves.

State Song: To reflect its rich cultural heritage, New Mexico has several state songs.
  • English song: "O, Fair New Mexico" by Elizabeth Garrett

  • Spanish song: "Asi Es Nuevo Mejico" by Amadeo Lucero

  • Bilingual song: "New Mexico - Mi Lindo Nuevo Mexico" by Pablo Mares

  • Cowboy song: "Under New Mexico Skies" by Syd Masters

  • Ballad: "Land of Enchantment - New Mexico" by Martin Murphy, Chick Raines and Don Cook

New Mexico - Interesting Facts:
  • New Mexico has several unusual state symbols, including a state question ("Red or green?") and a state aircraft (the hot air balloon). Every October, the nation's largest hot air balloon festival is hosted in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

  • The oldest government building in the United States is the Palace of the Governors, a fortress built in 1609 by the Spanish who colonized Santa Fe, New Mexico.

  • You've heard of Las Vegas, Nevada, but have you heard of Las Vegas, New Mexico? At the beginning of the twentieth century, it was the largest city in New Mexico.

New Mexico - Famous People:
  • Before he moved to Tombstone, the legendary Doc Holliday operated a saloon, dentist office and gambling hall in Las Vegas, New Mexico.

  • Legendary country-western musician Bob Wills (of the Texas Playboys) worked in a barber shop in Roy, New Mexico.

  • The national fire safety mascot Smokey the Bear was found in trapped in a tree after a forest fire in New Mexico's Lincoln National Forest.

  • Taos, New Mexico is known for its history of "seducing" newcomers into staying. Famous residents have included painter Georgia O'Keefe and author D.H. Lawrence.

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