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Lubbock, TX Custom Rubber Stamps
Lubbock is located on the north western part of Texas. The region was formerly known as Llano Estacado and holds great geographical and historical importance. Being the eleventh most populated city in Texas, its population exceeds 300,000. There’s an excellent reason why it is also referred to as ‘Hub City’. It is actually the healthcare, economical and education hub of the region. But that’s not all, as it is also the largest cotton producing region in the world.
The city was originally founded in 1876. It was named after its founder, Thomas Saltus Lubbock. However, it was incorporated at the same time when the first railroad train was inaugurated in 1909. By 1923, it was one of the few cities in the U.S. to have its own separate university. However, by 1969 the Texas Tech University System was established that oversaw all operations of the universities located in the city.
The city is also home to some of the tallest buildings around including the Metro Tower, Omni Office Centre, Wells Fargo Building, Covenant Medical Center and the Overton Hotel. It also houses its very own Lubbock Lake Landmark. The landmark is a masterpiece unlike any other and proves the existence of human activity in the region for over 12,000 years.
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As mentioned earlier, the area is one of the largest cotton producing regions in the world. The economy and its citizens depend on the industry. But there are countless other big businesses and employers operating within Lubbock that include United Supermarkets, AT&T, Texas Tech University and Convergys.
There’s much more to Lubbock than just history. The 4th on Broadway event is held on the 4th of July. Since it is an Independence Day celebration, it is open to the public completely free of cost. In fact it is known for being one of the biggest free festivals in the state. Moreover, Lubbock also hosts the National Cowboy Symposium and Celebration. The event celebrates the traditional Old West and cowboys and is mostly held around September. Tourism is an all time rage in Lubbock. There is a cultural center named after Buddy Holly, the rock and roll legend. It is also home to various historic sites including the Cactus Theater, Kress Building, Carlock Building, Lubbock High School and Warren and Myrta Bacon House.