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Thursday, January 20, 2011 12:00 AM by Visit Mesa

Shopping: Ladies...Start Your Engines!

2010/2011 (MESA, Ariz.) - It's no surprise that one of the most popular activities on anyone's itinerary when on vacation is shopping! And, in Mesa there is no shortage of great shopping opportunities with the many retail centers strewn throughout the city. To start, a visit to Downtown Mesa is

Number of visitors annually: 2.1 million Population: 467,811 (Nov 2010) Population rank: Third in Arizona, 38 th largest city in the U.S. Size: 128 square miles, located 15 miles east of Phoenix Elevation: 1,241 feet above sea level Temperature: The average minimum and maximum temperatures range

Thursday, November 4, 2010 12:00 AM by Visit Mesa

Mesa Set to Host USA Rugby

Women's Premier League Championship - Division I & II Nov. 12 & Nov. 14 Tickets Available for Purchase, Public Welcome The Mesa Convention & Visitors Bureau, City Of Mesa Parks & Recreation and Mesa Public Schools have secured the first-ever rugby tournament in Mesa. Being held next

Arizona Desert Teems With Life Each Winter, Free Guidebook Highlights Sonoran Desert Attractions and Accessibility   The brand-new Exploring Mesa: A Pocket Guide to the Desert , published by the Mesa Convention & Visitors Bureau, is available now for visitors wanting to know more about the

Mesa is taking strides to promote the "green” side of golf. The City of Mesa along with the Mesa Convention & Visitors Bureau have formed a partnership with Dixon Golf – creator of the world"s first high-performance, eco-friendly golf balls – announcing Dixon Earth as the official golf ball of

Tuesday, July 27, 2010 12:00 AM by Visit Mesa

Senate Bill 1070 and the Tourism Industry

Since the signing of Arizona Senate Bill 1070, our office has received a number of inquiries about what types of documentation travelers will need to visit Arizona. Although nothing has changed pertaining to what identification residents and visitors need to travel within the Grand Canyon