The Lone Star State is accepting adventurers, explorers, students, innovators, and artists to join them for unforgettable experiences.  Are you ready to take an adventure on your next SLP job?  Remember the Alamo? Well, that is only a small – though important – part of the lowdown on all things Texas. Did you know The Alamo sits in the heart of downtown San Antonio? It is the state’s most popular historic site and is widely considered the home of Texas liberty. Texas was, in fact, an independent nation from 1836 to 1845. Texas is much more than the only state to be brought into the US via a treaty. For one thing, it is huge — El Paso is actually closer to Needles, California than it is to Dallas. Moreover, a ranch called the King Ranch is bigger than all of Rhode Island. In addition, Texas is home to the Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Stars, Houston Rockets, Houston Astros, Houston Comets, San Antonio Spurs and the Texas Rangers.

In a state the size of Texas there is so much to do and see during your next SLP job. Don’t miss Big Bend National Park which claims to put the bend in the Rio Grande! Canyons, rivers, desert, and high mountains pack a lot into this truly unique vista. The state is home to Dell and Compaq computers and central Texas is often called the Silicon Valley of the south. Still Texas has more land farmed than any other state and its cattle population is estimated to be almost 16 million head. Money Magazine’s third best Small City is Texas’ own Sugar Land and Austin was named the second best city to live in. (Austin is also considered to be the live music capital of the world.) Texas ties with Nebraska as having the third Lowest Cost of Living and has the eighth lowest taxes nationally.

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