Originally Posted by Artisan Fan
The downside is you live in Wisconsin.
It's not, though, you see. This state, and my particular part of it, are under-rated and, worse than that, generally unknown (except for the presence of the Green Bay Packers in the smallest remaining major league market in American professional sports).
But Appleton, Green Bay, Sheboygan, Manitowoc, Fond du Lac, and Oshkosh (not to mention Wausau and Stevens Point slightly to the west) rank year after year in national studies as among the safest, most livable, best-bang-for-your-buck, best-climate-for-entrepreneurs, top quality small cities in America. And we're working on getting that message out.
We've got world-class golf in Sheboygan (Whistling Straights, site of the 1994 PGA Championship); the Experimental Aircraft Association Museum and Airventure in Oshkosh (Airventure is going on this very week, and during that week, Oshkosh is the busiest airport in the world); and Door County, our own bit of New England. We've got eight symphony orchestras, more than any similar region in the country. We've got a great workforce, great school systems, and marvelous recreational opportunities.
I'm a big economic development booster. Don't get me started!