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Area Information

Located in the United States, Wisconsin’s state capital is Madison, with the largest city of Milwaukee. Located in the Great Lakes Region of the Midwest, Wisconsin is bordered to the east by Lake Michigan, to the west by the St Croix River, and to the north it is separated from Canada by Lake Superior. This beautiful state has over 15,000 lakes and thousands of miles of rivers and streams.

Business Information

Known as ‘America’s Dairyland,’ Wisconsin is one of Americas leading dairy producers. Other economic industries include manufacturing and tourism. One company based in Wisconsin is the Kohler Company. Their headquarters are in Kohler, Wisconsin. This company is known for its plumbing products, and the furniture and cabinets it manufactures. It also creates generators and engines. Kohler is also a hospitality company, with establishments in the United States and Scotland. Another company based in Wisconsin is Mercury Marine. This is a division of Brunswick of Lake Forest, Illinois. Mercury manufactures engines for private, commercial and government sales. It also has a line of racing engines tailored for power and speed. The company’s primary business is outboard motors. Throughout the state of Wisconsin there are many options for executive suites.

Entertainment And Dining Out

One of the most incredible drives is to the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore. This untouched area offers natural beauty on Lake Superior. There are 21 Apostle Islands home to the largest collection of lighthouses in the USA. There are also sandy beaches, caves, forests and waterfalls to feast your eyes on. Wisconsin offers several social supper clubs throughout the state. These clubs allow diners to congregate at the bar for a cocktail before dining on a menu typically involving steak, chicken, fish, potato, soup, and salad. Some of the clubs provide dancing or Dinner Theater. The states specialties are often German based. The population of Wisconsin has a large German heritage. German dishes such as Bratwurst are common. Regional favorites also include frozen custard.

Transport Information

Milwaukee General Mitchell International Airport is situated ten minutes south of Milwaukee city and linked by rail and bus routes. The Dane County Regional Airport is located ten minutes northeast of central Madison. There are several car ferries in the state. One is between Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Muskegon, Michigan. Another is between Manitowoc, Wisconsin, and Ludington, Michigan. Amtrak offers rail services across Wisconsin connecting major cities. The main long-distance route, the Empire Builder, originates in Chicago and links Milwaukee with four other Wisconsin cities and towns - Columbus, Portage Wisconsin Dells, Tomah and La Crosse - on its way to Seattle. Bus companies also run services along major interstates, linking the state’s major cities and towns. The Greyhound bus company follows the I-43, US 45 and I-90 among other interstates, connecting cities including Kenosha, La Crosse and Milwaukee.

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