Phoenix doesn’t rise from the ashes of itself, but from a sun-drenched desert that draws visitors from around the globe for its warm winter days and sultry nights. It rose also from the imagination of people who visualized a city where people could live year-around in the shadows of the rugged mountains surrounding it. Savvy marketers branded it “The Valley of the Sun” in the 1930s and the label sticks today.
Even before the Valley of the Sun became a mecca for people fleeing the snows of the north, Phoenix drew a well-heeled set. They came by air–Phoenix’s Sky Harbor read more >>>
Source : HuffingtonPost.Com