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Cubework--Fontana in Fontana

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About Fontana

A city in the San Bernardino County of California, Fontana was founded in 1919 as a rural enclave until World War II when Henry J Kaiser constructed a large steel mill in the region. Today it's a regional hub of the trucking industry with Interstate 10 and State Route 210 going through the city from east to west and the Interstate 15 passing diagonally in a northwestern direction. Its economy is driven by trucking-based industries and its home to numerous truck dealerships and a product distribution center for companies such as Toyota, Mercedes-Benz and Target to name a few. There are numerous education institutions and coworking venues to cater to the needs of its 211,815 residents, which number is rapidly expanding due to numerous new residential developments happening.

Fontana is where the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club was formed in 1948 and the vacant Kaiser Steel Mill has been used as the backdrop in movies such as "Terminator 2" and "The Running Man". It has several bustling major avenues and boulevards like the "Miracle Mile" and numerous shopping hubs to keep the shopaholics happy. It's home to the San Bernardino County system libraries so the book worms will be doing a happy dance and the city hosts the fastest half-marathon course in the world, the Fontana Days Half Marathon. Fontana was originally an agricultural town of citrus orchards, vineyards and chicken ranches with drag racing a top event during the 1950s and the 1960s.

There are a lot of brains walking around the streets of California, as the California Institute of Technology generates more patents than any other university in the United States and the University of California in Los Angeles, more startups. In fact the area has a startup density on a par with many Silicon Valley cities. California is said to offer to the next generation of tech innovators the perfect base to launch startups with its strong university system, access to funding, brainpower, talent, a strong ecosystem and a great lifestyle where the weather is warm. With many graduates wanting to stay on their own home territory, coworking venues have become the playground and the hangout for many creatives where they can get support, mingle with likeminded souls and get their stuff done.