Lyons Magnus’ two manufacturing plants are strategically located in both the western and eastern parts of the United States. Both of the locations offer specialized career opportunities in locations that are appealing, affordable and have a lot to offer everyone from young professionals to families.
Fresno is the fifth largest city in the state of California. Centrally located, Fresno is the financial, industrial, trade, and commercial capital in the Central San Joaquin Valley. This dynamic city is the hub of a region rich in heritage, resources, and people. The city is a unique mixture of more than 80 different nationalities.
Fresno County is #1 in agricultural production in the nation. The unincorporated area and rural cities surrounding Fresno remain predominantly tied to large-scale agricultural production with 250 different crops produced by 7,500 farmers on nearly 2 million acres, worth $3 billion a year.
The median household income is $48,184 with the state taxes at 8.25%. The median home price in Fresno is recorded at $160,800, a bargain when compared to the nearly $400,000 for median home price for the state of California.
Centrally located, 200 miles from Los Angeles and 170 miles from the state capital, Sacramento, the city can also boast of three National Parks nearby containing beautiful natural wonders. With just a short drive you can be at the beach, mountains or a major city.
With a population of just over 500,000, many consider Fresno to be the perfect size—offering the best of urban amenities and opportunities with the unique charm and easy living of a small town. With so much to offer, Fresno is rapidly becoming a destination of choice!
Source: Fresno County Farm Bureau, Federal Census, Fresno.gov, Wikipedia
For more than 160 years, Walton has been a successful place to live, work and play. A rural community with a modern attitude, serene country scenes co-exist with the urban hustle of the cities and towns nearby. The population of Walton today is 3,808 with a median household income of $49,084.
Northern Kentucky offers the compassionate heart of southern hospitality beating to the pulse of a major metropolitan area. Directly across the river from Cincinnati and part of the Cincinnati MSA, Northern Kentucky offers all the amenities of the cosmopolitan life: professional sports, music, theatre, art exhibits and more.
Many people are surprised by how much home you can afford in Walton. Regional real estate costs thousands of dollars less than the national average and Walton area real estate is among the most affordable in the region. The median price for a home is $161,700.
State-of-the-art medical facilities lie on both sides of the river with immediate access. Technological discoveries in educational and corporate research labs hint of a developing reputation as a Midwestern Silicon Valley. Yet woven throughout are the constant reminders of a gentle time before technology, before machines — when there was time for homemade ice cream, a summer baseball game and a ride across the Ohio River by ferry.