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We at West Coast East Coast Express are the interstate relocation professionals you have been looking for. We will help you move to another state or to any city in the United States! We are a much better option than doing it all by yourself. Having a team of moving experts by your side during the relocation process is invaluable.
No matter where you are, West Coast East Coast Express can move you to where you are going. Every year, countless families and businesses trust us to help them move their employees and family members all across the country. Interstate relocation is not a small task, and doing it alone requires a lot of time, planning, and energy.
That is why West Coast East Coast Express is at your service – to allow you to live your life as usual while we do all the heavy lifting.
Are you thinking of hiring moving professionals to help you move to Boise, Idaho? We at West Coast East Coast Express think that’s a great decision! But before you call us to schedule your moving day, you might want to learn more about the city.
Boise is the capital and the most populous city of the state of Idaho. It is the state’s cultural center, offering both its residents and tourists a wide variety of amenities, from parks and restaurants to museums and performing art venues. Boise State University is the main pillar of the economy of the city, together with other major employers, such as Micron Technology, St. Luke’s Health System, and Simplot.
No one is really sure how Boise got its name. However, there are several theories. According to the first one, after walking for weeks through dry and rough terrain, the exploration party of Captain Bonneville of the United States Army reached a spot with a view of the Boise River Valley. The place where they stood is today known as Bonneville Point, located on the Oregon Trail just east of the city. According to the story, their guide, who was French, amazed by the sight in front of them, yelled “Les bois! Les bois!” (“The wood! The wood!”). According to another story, the name is derived from earlier mountain men, who named the river that flows through the city. The tree-lined valley of what is today the Boise River was a distinct landmark, situated in the middle of a desert, like an oasis dominated by cottonwood trees. So they decided to call the place “La rivière boisée”, which means “the wooded river.”
Boise has a continental climate, with four distinct seasons. Summers in Boise are hot and dry, with highs reaching 90 °F on more than fifty days a year. Winters are moderately cold, with a December average of just a little over 30 °F, while lows regularly fall to 0 °F or even below. Around 19 inches of snow falls each winter, but it typically falls in bouts of 3 inches a time. Spring and fall are mild and pleasant.
The economy of Boise is on its way up, since the city is home of some major companies in US. If you are moving to Boise and hope to find job there, we have good news – employment opportunities here are plentiful. Besides being a great place to live, this city is also a great place to work. Some of the major employer companies that are headquartered in Boise include:
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