Home to the good life, Nebraska features friendly communities, affordable housing and, of course, miles of American heartland. Collegiate sports, outdoor festivals, fishing and golf are just a few popular activities. You’ll marvel at its natural beauty. You’ll find peace in its wide-open spaces. You’ll trace history on one of its many historic trails, including the first transcontinental highway in America. Omaha is a thriving city and home to Berkshire Hathaway and ConAgra Foods. Fresh food. Fresh air. Fresh everything. What better place for a fresh start?
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Lincoln, the state capital and second most populous city in Nebraska, is a place filled with history and natural beauty. Here you can find a variety of dining and entertainment options, a zoo with over 300 animals, and several museums. Its most interesting museum is the National Museum of Roller Skating. The city is also ranked No. 1 on Gallup-Healthways’ list of Happiest & Healthiest Cities.
Omaha is the largest city in Nebraska and home to the headquarters of five Fortune 500 companies and another five Fortune 1000 companies. Needless to say, the economy of Omaha is modern and booming. The city has many attractions, such as the annual College Baseball World Series and the Henry Doorly Zoo, which is the top attraction in all of Nebraska. Omaha will even be hosting the U.S. Olympic swim trials in 2016.