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Mooresville is a small racing town in southwestern North Carolina, located just north of Charlotte. Mooresville is home to the NASCAR Hall of Fame and is located north of Lake Norman, where many NASCAR racecar drivers have homes.

Offering the cultural attractions of a big city and the down-home charm of a small town, York, Pennsylvania—about 80 miles west of Philadelphia—is an extraordinary place to live, work, and play.

The metropolis of Chicago, Illinois is on the one hand a solid working-class town and on the other hand a city of high culture and gracious living. Like most major cities in the Midwest, it is a town of historical importance, but it is very technologically advanced. Residents of Chicago also take their sports very seriously, what with Bulls, Bears, and Cubs going at it with ferocity in their backyards.

Avondale is about 20 miles west of Phoenix, Arizona, the nation's seventh largest city, and home to five major professional sports teams: baseball's 2001 world-champion Diamondbacks, football's Cardinals, basketball's Suns, hockey's Coyotes, and the WNBA's Mercury.

Phoenix, Arizona, is the nation's seventh largest city, and home to five major professional sports teams: baseball's 2001 world-champion Diamondbacks, football's Cardinals, basketball's Suns, hockey's Coyotes, and the WNBA's Mercury. Spend your free time horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking, rafting, camping, fishing, or golfing in nearby Avondale's 19,000-acre Estrella Mountain Regional Park.

One of the world's premier leisure destinations, Orlando is also one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States. The city has a reputation for being clean and friendly, while its temperate climate and diverse offerings make it a popular destination for everyone from families to honeymooners, from seniors to corporate travelers.

There is always something happening in Los Angeles, from traveling art exhibits and live theatre to sporting events and festivals. Los Angeles is home to the professional sports teams of the NBA's Lakers, NHL's Kings, and MLB's Dodgers. Your obsession with cars may lead you to the championship events at Long Beach's Toyota Grand Prix Raceway.

Like Sacramento, across the river, West Sacramento was first settled during the Gold Rush era.

The City of Sacramento, home to 400,018 people, is the cultural, educational, business and governmental center of a four-county metropolitan region. It's also the California state capital, the center stage for governmental policy for the entire state. Founded in 1849, Sacramento was the starting place of the California gold rush, the Pony Express and the first continental railroad.

Nestled in the foothills of the Los Angeles-San Bernardino basin at the base of the majestic San Gabriel Mountains, Rancho Cucamonga, one of California's fastest growing metropolitan areas, is the Inland Empire's largest and fastest-growing city.

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