10 YEARS

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  • Fall Issue 2019
    in FALL 2019, FEATURES, FROM THE PUBLISHER

    From The Publisher – The cover theme for our Winter 2016 edition was “Hot Spot For Millenials.” The community was buzzing with the exciting news that Money Magazine just released its rankings for Best Cities for Millennials…and Tucson was rated as # 4 in the U.S. Journalist Eric Swedlund provided our readers with a “deep…

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  • Raytheon’s Wesley Kremer
    in FALL 2019, FEATURES

    By David Pittman Focusing on ‘Velocity & Efficiency’ Long before becoming president of Raytheon Missile Systems, Wesley D. Kremer experienced the powerful technological advantage the company provides our nation’s soldiers. A Montana boy who grew up near Yellowstone National Park, Kremer used an Air Force ROTC scholarship to attend Montana State University, where he received…

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  • 10 Reasons Millennials Love Tucson
    in FALL 2019, FEATURES

    By Eric Swedlund Isaac and Simone Figueroa represent both sides of the retention and attraction coin.  A native Tucsonan, Isaac is a University of Arizona graduate and 2018 40 Under 40 Man of the Year, working in real estate and active in a host of community organizations, including the Centurions and Greater Tucson Leadership.   East…

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  • Hotel Congress at 100
    in FALL 2019, FEATURES

    By Tara Kirkpatrick Hip & Historic Its new sign says it all: Hotel Congress has reached its 100th year in Tucson.  The landmark hotel – whose history is forever linked with the 1934 capture of notorious criminal John Dillinger and his gang – celebrates a storied history in which it began as the lodging for…

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  • New Campus for Pima Medical Institute
    in FALL 2019, FEATURES

    By April Bourie Walking from one lab space to another at Pima Medical Institute’s new campus seems just like being at a hospital. The layout of each space looks and feels like the real thing, and the state-of-the-art equipment provides medical students the opportunity to use what is being used in their fields of study…

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  • El Tour de Tucson Endures Bumps in the Road
    in FALL 2019, FEATURES

    By Romi Carrell Wittman Event Rides on for 37th Year El Tour de Tucson has become as much a part of Tucson’s Thanksgiving holiday as turkey and pumpkin pie. The internationally acclaimed annual biking event celebrates its 37th year on Nov. 23 and its roughly 9,000 participants – representing some 20 countries – will notice…

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