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Omaha – Crossroads of America

Monday, July 8th, 2013

Omaha, Nebraska was founded in 1854 as a trading post and a major midway point between the East and West coasts. The metropolis, as of 2010, held a population of nearly 870,000 and is home to five fortune 500 companies, the College World Series, and countless historic museums and landmarks. Omaha is a major market for grain and livestock, food processing, telecommunications, and insurance. Omaha is the smallest city in the country with two medical schools – UNMC & Creighton. The Reuben sandwich was invented in Omaha. Capital Express offers an Omaha Courier Service that serves the entire Midwest.

Omaha - Crossroads of America