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Laredo, TX Custom Rubber Stamps
Laredo or the ‘Gateway City’ has a staggering population exceeding 230,000. Unlike most cities, its economy relies on trade with Mexico. A majority of transportation companies are located within Laredo. Since the city is quite close to the manufacturers in Mexico, Laredo plays a vital role in bridging the two countries through mutually beneficial trade. What’s really interesting about the city is its distinct flag that incorporates the six flags of Texas and the flag of the Republic of Rio Grande.
The city was originally founded in 1755. However, the origin of its name is unclear to this day. Laredo acts as a port of entry and exit when it comes to trade. In fact more than 45% of United States trade and 35% of Mexican trade passes through Laredo. This makes it a major player and has allowed its economy to flourish and prosper unlike any other in the region. Most of Laredo’s economy is made up of import, export, industrial and commercial warehousing.
That being said, it is still home to several big employers and organizations like Walmart, Falcon International Bank, Texas A&M International University and Convergys. Regardless of its trade activities, the city hosts several annual events including Washington’s Birthday Celebration, Jamboozie and several other parades and functions. It also has several attractions that contribute to the tourism industry like the Laredo Center for Arts and the Capitol Building Museum. There are several bars, family restaurants, nightclubs and movie theaters that are quite renowned and are open even after midnight.
The Laredo Medical Center, Photo Credit Wikipedia
Laredo has been featured in several films and television shows over the years including Streets of Laredo, Texas John Slaughter, Tales of Wells Fargo, Eddie Macon’s Run and Lone Star. Considering the education sector and its effectiveness, it is no surprise the city has produced some of the finest personalities who have contributed to various fields and have been acknowledged for their accomplishments at the same time.