It Starts with a visit

John Mulligan came into the territory in the 1870s. The story is that he hoped to make some quick money in Mohave County and then push on to California. Instead he built an empire. In the process he helped build a town on the Arizona frontier. A stone mason by trade,...

Dawn of A New Day

From its inception 1882, Kingman, Arizona has been a stop on the way to someplace else. It was founded an built on transportation. But it was also a destination. For many people Kingman was the land of opportunity. It was a place where people could get a fresh start...

Kingman, A Place That You Can Call HOme

What makes a town a place that you can call home? A pleasant all year climate? Educational and employment opportunities? Affordable housing? Quality of life? According to Sperling’s “Best Places” guide Kingman averages eight inches of rain annually....

Crossroads of The Past & Future

On the map Kingman, Arizona appears to be a small desert crossroads. And from its inception in 1882 that is exactly what the town has been. But it is more, much more. It is the crossroads of the past and future. For centuries a Native American trade route that...

Carrying On A tradition

Apex Manufactured Home Sales does more than provide modern, quality, reasonably priced, energy efficient homes. They are carrying on a long tradition. From 1908 until 1940, Sears, Roebuck & Company, the catalog pioneer sold more than 70,000 kit houses through...