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TestimonialsDon’t just take our word for it.
This is what some of our business owners are saying about working in Rancho Cucamonga.
“Rancho Cucamonga is an all‐American city. It’s a crisp, clean place to work and live and provides our students access to things they want such as affordable housing, entertainment, and shopping. It also provided our company with the best real estate value in Southern California with many amenities available for our staff and students.”Eric Oster, School Director of Universal Technical Institute
“The best thing about Rancho Cucamonga is that we are now benefiting from 30 years of hard planning and managing from the city. This has given Rancho Cucamonga national recognition and attracts great people to work and live here. It really is a city to be proud of.”Diane Mindrum, CEO of Mindrum Precision, Inc.
“We’ve grown tremendously throughout these 27 years that I’ve been helping my clients buy and sell in this area. Families who live in Rancho Cucamonga, and those who want to move in, appreciate the way in which our community was carefully planned with quality housing, excellent schools, attractive shopping, entertainment and restaurants, and a thriving business culture.”Kim Senecal, President and Owner of Prudential California
“The architectural quality of office and industrial buildings is superior to other Southern California cities. The slight cost differential is more than offset by the aesthetic and functional amenities offered by the design. Because the overall community is so upscale, buyers and tenants prefer to operate their business in Rancho Cucamonga and their employees want to live here.”Len Santoro, Senior Vice President of CBRE | CB Richard Ellis
“I have traveled extensively throughout the U.S. and have not found any other place I would rather live and work. We have highly paid professionals at GMS and they love it here. All you have to do is drive around the city and see the trees, the landscaping, the attractive commercial buildings and neighborhoods, then compare Rancho with other cities and you’ll understand the difference. The master planning that the city founders did was visionary and has benefited those of us who now live and work here.”Benjamin K. Sharfi, CEO of General Micro Systems, Inc.
“We have found the City of Rancho Cucamonga extremely easy to deal with. The city council played a very positive role in locating Costco here and the planning department has bent over backwards and streamlined the permitting processes. They have an open door policy and, from our perspective, are always open‐minded. The kind of relationship we have built with the city is invaluable to our business.”Joe Schumacher, Senior Marketing Manager Costco
“From its inception in 1977, the city incorporated very high design standards that were put into place always with an eye to developing an upscale community. Because of consistency and adherence to these standards over the years, the city has been able to attract high‐quality companies looking for high‐quality business and residential communities.”John Husing, Ph.D., Economics & Politics, Inc.
“Part of the reason I decided to locate in Rancho Cucamonga is because most biotech firms are located in Orange County and San Diego, and in those areas there isn’t as much room to expand and grow your business. Here in Rancho Cucamonga, there is plenty of space to expand our business and the cost of office space was much more affordable than neighboring areas.”Greg Liang, Acro Biotech, LLC
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