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Since 2002, White Glove Moving & Storage has been a valued Palm Beach County moving company. Because, many people are moving to the Palm Beach area this area is thriving. As of 2012, Palm Beach County’s base population was 1.33 million, making it the third largest county in Florida behind Miami-Dade (2.55 million) and Broward (1.77 million). By size, the largest city both in area and population is West Palm Beach. Presently, it covers 52 square miles and has an incorporated population of 101,668. Next, is Boca Raton with 85,413 residents, followed by Boynton Beach with 68,741, Delray Beach at 61,495, and Wellington with 57,514. Lastly, the county’s smallest town in population is Cloud Lake with 133 residents. Interestingly, the smallest municipalities in land area are Briny Breezes and Cloud Lake, both at .06 of a square mile.
Most importantly, with its big size also comes great opportunities from an economic standpoint. Hence, the three major industries in Palm Beach County are tourism, construction and agriculture. Important to mention, there are also many high-tech industries such as bio-science that contribute to the growing economy.
Above all,tourism accounts for more than 53,000 jobs in tourism-related businesses such as hotels, restaurants, stores and transportation services and others. More than 2 million people visit Palm Beach County annually, and they spend approximately $3 billion while they visit. As a result, lodging accounts for around $80 million in revenue, food and beverage $353 million. For those who work in hospitality, choosing White Glove as your Palm Beach County movers allows you to focus on the job, not logistics. Subsequently, there are lots of big events that require all hands on deck. For example, South Florida Fair, SunFest and the annual Boat Show. Additionally, many tourists enjoy Lion Country Safari, Gumbo Limbo and the Morikami Museum. Likewise, the Palm Beach Zoo, Mounts Botanical Garden and the South Florida Science museum are also fun.
Moreover, Palm Beach County leads the nation in the production of sugar and sweet corn. Consequently, eighteen percent of all sugar in the United States is produced in Palm Beach county. Hence, sugar cane covers some 400,000 acres or about one-third of the county’s overall land mass. In the same vein, the county is also the leading producer in the state of rice, bell peppers, lettuce, radishes, Chinese vegetables, specialty leaf and celery.