Sacramento, California

Copier Lease Center is proud to service the area of Sacramento, California. We provide copier leasing solutions in the capital city of California. Sacramento is located where the American River and Sacramento River merge in Sacramento Valley.

There are many things to love about Sacramento, but here are a few things about Sactown that caught our eye.

Nicknames

Sacramento has many nicknames: Sactown, America’s Most Diverse City, The City of Trees. It is also called America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital.

From Farm To Fork

Farms surrounding the city distribute almonds, domestic caviar, sushi rice, as well as grapes and tomatoes all over the nation. Local restaurants prepare meals using only locally grown ingredients, contributing to the nickname. The city has a reputation for having fresher meals than anywhere else.

An Obsession With Cheese

Sacramento loves cheese. Local cheese tastings are a thing here. Sacramento even has a Grilled Cheese Festival. This is a full weekend event with craft beer, grilled cheese, other sandwiches, music and desserts. The cheeseburger at Squeeze Burger is a local legend and appeared on television with Guy Fieri. It’s a burger bursting with cheese and a signature “cheese skirt”.

A Capital City

The capital city of California and the sixth-biggest city in the state, Sacramento is also where the California State Capital building is located. The California State Capital building houses the office of the Governor of California. It has a neo-classical structure and was based on the White House.

Sports

The Sacramento Kings Basketball team. The Kings compete in the NBA as part of the Western Conference. The team franchise began in Rochester, NY as the Rochester Royals. Then the team moved to Cincinnati in 1957, and Kansas City, MO in 1972 before finally becoming the Sacramento Kings in 1985.

Sacramento is also home to the Sacramento River Cats minor league baseball team. The River Cats are a member of the Triple-A West. They play their home games at Sutter Health Park.

Sutter’s Fort

Named after John Sutter, like Sutter Health Park, Sutter’s Fort was an agricultural and trade colony in the 19th century that was abandoned once gold was found at Sutter’s Mill and the Gold Rush began. What remains is a two-story mudbrick structure. Sutter’s Fort is recognized as a National Historic Landmark.

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