Cleveland, Ohio is the second largest city in Ohio, just behind Columbus. As of 2012, there are 390,928 current Clevelanders. Famous Clevelanders of the past include Paul Newman, Bob Hope, Dean Martin and Tom Hanks. Cleveland is home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, founded in 1983 and now includes 701 inductees. It was also the first city to be lit electrically and where the first traffic light was placed. Cleveland is home to the Playhouse Square Center, the second largest performing arts center in the United States. The world's largest indoor ferris wheel stands at 125 feet high and is located at Cleveland's I-X Center.
Back in the day, Cleveland was a primary city for manufacturing. Due to the Ohio and Erie canals, railroad development and an abundance of natural resources, Cleveland saw dramatic industrial growth and was an important supply center during the Civil World. Today, manufacturing is a still big industry for the city, but the economy has been diversified to include law firms, research firms, health care, as well as a hub for two major airlines.
Cleveland is also the home to Avaya Cleveland. For more information about Avaya in your area, contact us at 877-598-3999.
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