Most Americans know Green Bay for having industrial factories and a real diversity in commerce. It is also called the “toilet paper capital of the world,” with its large paper factories. The Green Bay also has the largest meat-packing operation east of the Mississippi River. Jobs in the Green Bay area are plenty with the Oneida Tribe of Indians, American Medical Security, Humana/Employers Health Insurance, and Fort James Paper being the largest. The Port of Green Bay is the 12th largest international seaport on the Great Lakes.
Green Bay Area is not the largest city in Wisconsin but surprisingly has two symphony orchestras, some city’s triple its size do not even have one orchestra. The Weidner Center for the Performing Arts is thought of as one of the best and prestigious performance halls in the united states. Artists from Harry Belafonte to Tony Bennett have gave the venue top remarks. The Pamiro Opera Company, several local theater companies, and performing vocal groups also perform in the Green Bay area. The Neville Public Museum, St. Norbert College, University of Wisconsin – Green Bay (UWGB) show how rich Green Bays music and art scene really is.
There are many activities in Green Bay from the trail leads to fishing. The Mountain Bay Trail is a 93-mile hiking, cross-country skiing, biking, and snowmobile trail from northern Brown County to Wausau. You will find all of it or some of the hundreds of miles of extra recreational trails in the Green Bay Area. Some of the United States best public golf courses can be played in Green Bay at good prices. Fishing is another great past time that is big and be experienced by Green Bayers and their visitors.