Chandler is a Phoenix, Arizona suburb located near the Gila River Indian Community and has a diverse population nearing 250,000 residents. Some of the city’s major employers include household names such as Intel, Wells Fargo and Bank of America, giving Chandler an economy that thrives primarily on banking and computer technology. Chandler is easily accessible by major metropolitan freeways and invites visitors each year to celebrate the local Ostrich Festival as well as the city’s prized attractions including the developing Holocaust and Tolerance Museum, the Arizona Railway Museum, and the Chandler Center for the Arts. The city is one of major historical significance from the early 1900’s and is an appealing option for new residents seeking a quiet yet enriched cultural desert gem.
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