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Movers Colorado - Customers rely so much on the movers providing a good service that they do not think of them as service professionals. Tipping any service provider is not required, but it's customary to tip someone when the task was performed well.
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There are many local Colorado moving companies around and selecting the right one can be a little difficult. Here are a few tips on how to hire licensed and insured movers in CO.
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Welcome to Colorado

Colorado is a great place to live. Large number of families and individuals relocate to Colorado each year. Colorado is a diverse region of mountains, plateaus, red deserts and canyons. Whether it is urban living or resort-style, home options include everything from towering mountain homes, to luxury estate houses. If you are planning to move locally in Colorado, don't forget to check the local movers at Movers Corp.

Colorado also known as "Centennial State" is located in the Rocky Mountain Region of the United States of America. Colorado is the 8th largest State, with 104,100 square miles of land and with a population of over 5,2 million people. Colorado was the 38th state to join the nation; it became a state on August 1, 1876. Denver is the capital of Colorado and the most populous city. The bulk of population lives along the eastern edge of the Rocky Mountains.

Colorado used to be owned by Spain. In the early 18th century the area that is now Colorado was claimed by Spain, and later France controlled most of it. In 19th century the Eastern part of Colorado became part of the Louisiana Purchase (a deal between France and the U.S.), with the rest remaining in Spanish, and later, Mexican, control until 1848.

The Rocky Mountains within Colorado contain numerous peaks that are 14,000 feet or higher elevation. The mountains are timbered with conifers and aspen to the tree line, at an elevation of about 12,140 feet (3,700 m) in southern Colorado to about 10,500 feet (3,200 m) in northern Colorado. It is the only US state that lies entirely above 3281 feet elevation. Colorado has many recreational parks including Rocky Mountain National Park.

The State of Colorado is a leader in manufacturing, is also a major agricultural and mining state. The most important mineral resources are petroleum, coal and natural gas. The eight of the largest natural gas fields and three of the largest oil fields of the United States are located in Colorado.

Every year American Indians gather in Denver, CO to honor their heritage that has been passed down through generations. More than 80 Indian tribes from 50 states come to celebrate their history and culture through arts and crafts.

State of Colorado

Quick Facts
10.0% of population is persons 65 years old and over.
7.2% of population is persons under 5 years old.
24.6% of population is persons under 18 years old.
State flower is the Rocky Mountain columbine.

Largest County by area is Las Animas (4.773 square miles).
Colorado borders with Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska and Wyoming.
State of Colorado Official Website
Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles Telephone: 303-205-5600
Colorado Department of Education Telephone: 303-866-6600

Ten largest cities by population: Denver, Colorado Springs, Aurora, Lakewood, Fort Collins, Thornton, Westminster, Arvada, Pueblo and Centennial.

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