Cupertino, California, home to Apple Computers, is one of the nation’s wealthiest and most highly educated cities. It’s also one of the nation’s happiest cities.
Like most of the South Bay and what is now known as Silicon Valley, Cupertino’s roots came from the ground – literally. In its beginning, the landscape was covered with plum, apricot and cherry orchards. It also had wineries.
Long before Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne built and marketed their first personal computers in 1976, Cupertino was already on its way to being at the heart of Silicon Valley when in 1955, it was incorporated and became the 13th city in Santa Clara County.
In the early 1960s, 17 landowners combined their land to form VALLCO Industrial Park, which was later sold to Hewlett-Packard. Then, in 1967, De Anza College opened its doors.
Cupertino’s population is diverse. Its population is 63 percent Asian-American and in 2009, Cupertino became the first city in Northern California to elect an Asian-American majority city council.
Nearly 3/4ths of Cupertino’s population is either married or lives with a partner, and about 2/3rds of the population own their home.
While Cupertino might be one of the most wealthy and most expensive towns in the U.S., people do know the value of their time and their money. Cupertino’s moving customers shop for service and worth. Successful Silicon Valley employees and entrepreneurs demand and deserve excellence and Ninja Movers is here to fill their demands.
We offer stress-free full packing and unpacking. You shouldn’t have to lift a finger. Of course, if you’d like to do some or all of your own packing, we will provide you boxes and packing materials.
Our crews are exquisitely trained for moving the finest antiques, the most advanced electronics and the most precious artwork. Call us at our Cupertino office at (408) 675-0340 for a no-cost, guaranteed estimate.