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  • With over 4.5 million people, the El Paso-Juárez metropolitan area is the largest on the United States–Mexico border.

  • This region is the largest bilingual, binational work force in the Western Hemisphere.

  • El Paso–Juárez is a major economic zone for manufacturing and international trade, the 2nd most important trade point on the border.

  • As of 2010, the combined cities held offices for more than 70 Fortune 500 companies. It is also home to more than 320 manufacturing plants.

  • The largest port of entry on the United States/Mexico border, 79,500 people on average legally cross per day into the El Paso region. 

  • It is estimated that over half the citizens of Ciudad Juárez have a tourist visa which allows them to cross 25 miles into the United States.

  • The economic level of the Mexican population that primarily influences the El Paso economy is measured as A/B, C+ & C and on occasion D.

  • The capital of the state of Chihuahua, Chihuahua City is active in the Mexican political arena.

  • The 12th largest city in Mexico has a population of 925,970 of which many United States citizens reside.

  • Chihuahua City has the highest literacy rate in the country of Mexico with 98%

  • Manufacturing is of great importance to the economy with 9 industrial parks and 79 manufacturing plants.

  • Many A/B, C+ & C citizens travel to the El Paso region (3 ½ hours) via highway 45 and cross the Santa Teresa point of entry.

  • Over 1.3 million people crossed the Santa Teresa point of entry in 2015.

  • The capital of the state of Jalisco, Mexico; this city is ranked as the eighth best city to visit in all of Latin America.

  • The 2nd largest metropolitan area in Mexico with a combined estimated population of 6,402,000 for 2017 with it’s seven adjacent municipalities.

  • Coined  “Mexico’s Silicon Valley” the economy is based mostly on information technology, services, manufacturing and textiles.

  • The cultural center of Mexico, they are considered home to mariachi music and the gateway to the Tequila producing valley.

  • Guadalajara is renown for it’s 14th century colonial architecture, museums, artisans, soccer leagues (4) and rich traditions!

  • The second largest city in the state of Sinaloa, Mazatlán is located on the Pacific coast of Mexico across from Baja Calafornia.

  • The population as of 2016 is 658,345 and derives most of it’s economy from tourism and fishing.

  • Mazatlán was founded in 1531 by the Spaniards but really began to take prominence in 1821 when it was given the distinction of being the first port on the Pacific by the newly formed country of Mexico.

  • The city attracts thousands of tourist each year due to it’s beautiful beaches, food, music and attractions.