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Troy Transportation

Whether you are looking for a local or a long distance mover, you have come to the right place. Troy Moving and Storage Services will be your final...

Premier Van Lines International Inc.

Reno Nevada moving companies, 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

All State Van Lines Inc.

Experience is our foundation. Having relocated thousands of families across the nation Allstate Van Lines strives to make sure your move is...

US DOT: 1727120

MC: 728127

Cardinal Moving Systems

Cardinal Moving Systems provide customers with one, all-inclusive price for any and every type of move. As one of the biggest West Coast providers of...

US DOT: 1463484

MC: 552894

West Coast Movers LLC

Reno NV, Thank you for considering West Coast Movers as your moving company. We know and understand that moving is not an easy task, therefore, we are...

US DOT: 2086298

MC: 728073

Allied Van Lines

Allied has over 85 years of experience and has built one of the largest moving networks in the world to service consumers, corporations and...

US DOT: 76235

MC: 15735

Sterling Van Lines

Sterling Van Lines is a Los Angeles-based moving & storage company that moved thousands of families across millions of miles. Since opening our...

US DOT: 290939

Intra: MTR0189565

MC: 568254

Champion Movers LLC

Our goal is your complete satisfaction. Local & Long Distance Southwest Interstate Next Day Service (to and from) Nevada, California, Arizona,...

US DOT: 1415523

Intra: CPCN-3337

MC: 535787

Mergenthaler Transfer & Storage

Movers Reno NV, When you think about it, it makes sense to use a moving company that can answer any questions about the community you'll soon call home. We know the...

US DOT: 133956

MC: 158526

True King Relocation

Trust your long distance move to the real pros. When you’re moving long distance, it’s important to choose a moving company you can rely on....

US DOT: 2426592

Intra: 31326

MC: 817146

United Moving and Storage

Reno Nevada moving quotes, United Moving & Storage is a full service agency operated by experienced, professionally trained personnel. With more than 30 years of industry...

US DOT: 22889

MC: 096339

Eden Relocation

We are an interstate moving company specializing in long-distance moves. Please consider using our services if you are moving to Hawaii. We pride...

US DOT: 932259

MC: 401787

Hercules Moving System

Whether you are moving in California, or looking for movers in California county, or another major state, Hercules Moving Systems is ready to handle...

US DOT: 1685249

MC: 619135

Reno, Nevada is best known for its gambling-centered tourism, but this "Biggest Little City in the World" is much more than just casinos. With a population of over 211,000, Reno is the biggest city in northern Nevada and the fourth biggest in the entire state. The city is the county seat of Washoe County and lies on the eastern slopes of the Sierra Nevada mountains. With Lake Tahoe a short distance away and the largest concentration of ski resorts in the world within 50 miles of the city, the city has a great deal to offer anyone moving to Reno.

Economy:
It is no surprise that casinos and tourism make up a major sector of economics within Reno. Until the 1950s, Reno was the gaming capital of the United States, before Las Vegas took over that title. Reno still depends a great deal on tourism, with hotels and casinos bringing in five million visitors and $4 billion annually. There are, however, other industries in Reno as well. These include computer manufacturing and logistics, electronics, financial services and communications. Warehousing and distribution are also important industries, with Reno having the highest concentration of distribution-related property in the country. Several companies have headquarters in Reno, including Braeburn Capital, Hamilton, Port of Subs, PC-Doctor and International Game Technology.

History:
Settlers first arrived in the Truckee Meadows, the area around present-day Reno, in the 1850s. These earliest arrivals engaged in subsistence farming and helped supply travelers going west along the California Trail. With the discovery of the Comstock Silver Lode in 1859, traffic through the area increased, and Charles W. Fuller built a toll bridge across the Truckee River. Fuller sold the bridge to Myron C. Lake in 1861, and Lake began to build small-scale industries around the area, calling it Lake's Crossing. By 1864, the settlement had become the largest town in Washoe County. The railroad arrived in 1868, and the construction superintendent renamed the town Reno, after a Civil War officer. Reno grew into the 20th century as an agricultural and business center due to its position as the main town between Sacramento and Salt Lake City. Gambling and divorce quickly became the industries of choice in Reno in the 1930s, when "going to Reno" became synonymous with divorce.

Tourism:
While gambling is obviously the main tourism draw of Reno, there is much more available. Outdoor activities and events include the Reno River Festival in May, the Reno-Tahoe Odyssey Relay Run Adventure in June, the Reno Rodeo in June, the Reno-Tahoe Open in July and the Great Reno Balloon Race in September. Downtown Reno also offers many cultural and historical options. The West Street Market is open daily, while the Hot August Nights Festival celebrates 1950s nostalgia over eight days. Reno museums include the National Automobile Museum and the Nevada Museum of Art, the only accredited art museum in the state. Music lovers can enjoy the Nevada Opera and the Reno Philharmonic. Within Reno, you can get around on the RTC Ride System operated by the Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County. Flights into Reno arrive and depart at the Reno/Tahoe International Airport, and Amtrak offers daily service through Reno on the California Zephyr route.

  • Famous people associated with Reno include director and producer Curtis Hanson, actress Dawn Wells (Mary Ann of "Gilligan's Island") and figure skater Kristy Yamaguchi.
  • The comedy show "Reno 911" is set in Reno but is filmed elsewhere.
    Many songs mention Reno, including Woody Guthrie's "Philadelphia Lawyer" (originally called "Reno Blues"), Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues," REM's "All the Way to Reno," Beck's "Loser," the Grateful Dead's "Friend of the Devil" and Bruce Springsteen's "Reno."

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