10 Reasons To Relocate Your California Business To Yuma


  1. Workers Compensation - Arizona enjoys extremely competitive workers compensation rates through the State Compensation Fund.

  2. Liablity Insurance - Arizona enjoys much lower overall Liabilty and Comprehensive rates than California.

  3. Arizona is a Right to Work Law State - Arizona has unions, but membership is NOT mandatory.

  4. Environmental Rules - Arizona's environmental rules are much less restrictive than most Californian cities, towns, counties, or the state.

  5. Utility Rates - Yuma's power provider is Arizona Public Service and rates are extremely competitive. Natural gas is provided by Southwest Gas and is competitive with any california provider.

  6. Acquiring Land - Purchase or lease of land in Yuma County is extremely inexpensivecompared with California.

  7. Taxes - State and local taxes in Yuma and Yuma County remain significantly lower than California.

  8. Construction Costs - Compared to California, labor and material costs are much lower in Yuma and Yuma County.

  9. Business Friendly Communities - Yuma County is made up of business friendly communities and governments, and our growth rates reflects that.

  10. Overall - Yuma provides great opportunities to operate a business and still make a profit!


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July 24, 2019

Monthly Mixer

Sponsor: G&T Alarm and Old Souls Rescue 

Time: 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm (host's 50th anniversary party will continue to 8:30 pm)

Location: 90 E 10th St, Yuma, AZ 85364

Cost: FREE! Customer Appreciation event! 

HUGE event to celebrate the 50 year anniversary of G&T Alarm and for a great cause for Old Souls Animal Rescue!

Drinks, food, music, fundraising, prizes, and networking!

You've never attended a mixer like this one!

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