Tolleson is a self-contained community, 10 miles west of downtown Phoenix. W.G. Tolleson of South Carolina founded the town in 1912. Tolleson measures about six square miles and was incorporated in 1929. Once dependent on agriculture, Tolleson today has a strong commercial and industrial base. According to the 2000 census 77.97% of the population was Hispanic or Latino of any race. Just off I-10 and 101 freeways a couple of miles south of "Jobing.com" and "The Univesity of Phoenix" arenas.
Tulsa was originally named Tulsey town when it was founded back in the 19th century. It was given the nickname T-Town, and later, by the time it was an official city in1897, it's name had already been changed to Tulsa while retaining the nickname T-town.
Also doubles as the other Tuscaloosa, Alabama nickname (as it relates to the University of Alabama football program's all-time, NCAA-leading 12 national titles): Title Town.
"Winning 12 national football titles -- which is more than any other school in the country -- warrants calling Tuscaloosa Title Town (T-town)."