San Antonio TX Moving Companies

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Prime Storage Systems Inc.
San Antonio TX 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.

US DOT: 32742

Lic: PUC 00820

MC: 293490

Rachel Test Mover!

John Ferguson Moving & Storage
Here at John Ferguson Moving & Storage, we are proud to be a locally owned moving and storage company. We take great pride in accommodating your...

US DOT: 1886547

Intra: 006388027C

MC: 679771

John Ferguson Moving & Storage

Rose City Express LLC
We have a great crew - they are well known in the area and come with a great reputation. When you entrust us with your precious cargo, we treat you...

Intra: 008661617C

Rose City Express LLC

All My Sons Moving & Storage of Fort Worth
San Antonio relocation quotes, We are committed to our customers' satisfaction. Our highly-trained professionals make your moving experience as pleasant and hassle-free as...

US DOT: 2311698 

Intra: 006677527C

MC: 790631

All My Sons Moving & Storage of Fort Worth

Armstrong Relocation
Utilizing our moving services for local residential moves or long distance residential moves is painless and simply involves an over-the-phone or...

US DOT: 77949

Intra: 007081823C

MC: 67234

Armstrong Relocation

Hercules Movers & Packers
Moving companies San Antonio Texas, Our mission is to be the best at what we do. To bring the highest quality of moving services. Zero damages during the move and no hidden fees.

US DOT: 2562074

Intra: 006871771C

Hercules Movers & Packers

Muscle Man Moving & Piano Experts LLC
All of our employees have been hand-picked for experience, competence and courtesy. We will never tack on any hidden charges – your initial quote...

Intra: 006568203C

Muscle Man Moving & Piano Experts LLC

Gulf Moving Systems
Your peace of mind is important to us. That's why we take time to offer so many services. Gulf Moving Systems offers: • Flexible pricing options. We...

US DOT: 2256609

Intra: 005203008C

MC: 770031

Gulf Moving Systems

Condor Moving Systems
Condor Moving Systems is fully licensed and insured. We are proud members of the American Moving and Storage Association; AMSA and the Southwest...

US DOT: 1126171

Intra: 6041428C

MC: 458180

Condor Moving Systems

Allied & North American Van Lines
Allied & North American Van Lines has over 85 years of experience and has built one of the largest moving networks in the world to service consumers,...

US DOT: 76235

MC: 15735

Allied & North American Van Lines

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

Hood Moving & Relocation
San Antonio Texas movers, At "A Moving Around" we understand the importance of moving not just furniture but the family as well. This major decision must not be taken lightly....

US DOT: 1302391

MC: 504508

Hood Moving & Relocation

College Hunks Hauling Junk and Moving - Beaumont
For home or office moves in Beaumont, stop stressing and give College H.U.N.K.S. Hauling Junk & Moving® a call! We are a premium local moving company...

Intra: 007082464C

College Hunks Hauling Junk and Moving - Beaumont

National Van Lines
San Antonio, 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

San Antonio, Texas

Lacking many of the characteristics of the Wild West, attractive and cheerful San Antonio looks nothing like stereotypical image of Texas, despite being crucial in the state's history. Situated at a geographical intersection, the city encapsulates the intricate social and ethnic mixes of Texas. Although the Germans, have made a cultural strong contribution, today's San Antonio is predominantly Hispanic. Although today San Antonio is ranked the seventh largest city in the U.S., it retains an easygoing, unrefined feel and is one of the nicest moving destinations.

History:
The actual founding of the city came in 1718. In 1836, 189 defenders held the old mission against more than 4,000 Mexican troops for 13 days at the Alamo. The cry "Remember the Alamo" became the rallying point of the Texan revolution against Mexico. Over a month after the Alamo fell, Sam Houston's Texans crushed Santa Anna at San Jacinto, and the Republic of Texas was established. The battles and uncertainties, however, did not end until 1845 when Texas became the 28th U.S. state. A regional cattle industry evolved, and San Antonio's development was further improved with the arrival of gaslights, telephones and electricity. When the city entered the twentieth century, it was a melting pot of German and Hispanic influence, and its population boomed with newcomers from urban America. The beginning of World War II meant rigorous military activity for San Antonio. By the 1970s, the city's population numbered more than 700,000 people, of which more than half were Hispanic. In recent years, the city has seen continued growth, with the completion of such projects as the expansion of the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center and the SBC Center, the new home for the Spurs.

Economy:
The largest employment sectors in San Antonio are services, government and manufacturing. The large concentration of government workers is due largely to the location of four military bases in the area. The service sector is the leading and fastest growing sector of the city’s economy, mainly due to increased demand for health care and business services, and San Antonio's stable tourism industry. Medical and biomedical industries now account for the largest part of the city's economy, contributing approximately $12 billion to the area in 2003. San Antonio's highly regarded medical industry includes the 900-acre South Texas Medical Center, which employs some 25,000 locals. Medical industry employees account for 14 percent of all employees in the San Antonio. The attractions of the Alamo City, as San Antonio is known, appeal to tourists from across the country. Approximately 8 million people visit San Antonio annually, making a big impact on the city's economy.

Tourism:
San Antonio has much to offer ranging from major theme parks to the River Walk lined with restaurants, galleries and shops. The city is filled with culturally significant arts, culture, museums and architecture. Take a stroll through the restored Japanese Tea Garden and swim with the dolphins at SeaWorld San Antonio. Next, play a round of golf at one of the city's forty courses or plan a trip around the next Spurs game, Rampage hockey game or WNBA Silver Stars game. San Antonio’s major theme parks top the list of must-sees, but dozens of other attractions include the San Antonio Zoo, the Children's Museum and Ripley's Haunted Adventure. Be sure not to miss the Alamo, Texas’ most famous attraction. Stroll the isolated sections of the River Walk or wander through the Spanish missions. Finally, soak up some live music—everything from polka to R&B, everyday at Main Plaza.

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Interesting Facts:

  • The Alamo is located in San Antonio. It is where Texas defenders fell to Mexican General Santa Anna and the phrase Remember the Alamo originated.
  • Third fastest-growing city in America and the seventh largest U.S. city.
  • San Antonio is often rated one of America’s safest and best “walking” cities.

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