Mobile, AL

Mobile, Alabama is a city and county seat of Mobile County, known for streets lined with massive live oaks. Mobile, Alabama is a picturesque city at the mouth of the Mobile River at Mobile Bay, leading to the Gulf of Mexico. More than 600,000 residents live in the metropolitan area covering 2,828 square miles.

The mossy oak-draped southern city is part vibration, spicy, festive wonder and jubilant. Mobile is characterized by charm, culture, history and some of the most flavorful cuisine south of the Mason-Dixon line.

Mobile is defined by the silhouette of the USS ALABAMA in Mobile Bay, a vivid tapestry of azaleas, fresh Gulf seafood year-round and the sight of the beads and Moon Pies sailing through the air during Mardi Gras. In fact, Mobile is home to the oldest and first Mardi Gras celebration in the United States.

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3262 Dauphin Street
Mobile, Alabama 36606

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  • Closest city: Pensacola, FL (58.9 Miles)
  • Population: 194,675
  • Over 29,000 square foot facility
  • Up to 470 Workstations
  • 4 Training Rooms
  • 105 Training Seats
  • 350+ Parking Spaces