Located on the banks of the Kansas River, Topeka is flying under the radar as a growing hub for innovators and entrepreneurs.
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Dover area is home to several major manufacturing facilities, including one for Kraft Foods, Inc.
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Due to its location near railroad crossings, the Binghamton area has a long history as a manufacturing center and economic hub for the region, leading to it being nicknamed “Valley of Opportunity.”
Oshkosh-Neenah, WI are a pair of quaint cities with interesting histories leading back to the beginning of lumber and paper industries.
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As Charleston’s economy grows and develops, entrepreneurship is becoming an increasingly viable option for people in coal country.
Centrally-located city near a number of famous landmarks, Flagstaff is perhaps best known for its tourism economy. That said, the city is home to several manufacturing and medical technology companies in addition to major observatories.
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