From The Spirit of Milwaukee–
Beginning today, October 1, passengers on all United Airlines flights across the world will get a great opportunity to become much more familiar with the Milwaukee region — the "modern metropolis" on the shores of Lake Michigan.
Hemispheres, United Airlines’ award-winning in-flight magazine, is featuring a 36 page spread on Milwaukee during the entire month of October. The Insight: Milwaukee feature combines traditional travel-related information with a comprehensive look at some of the economic influencers and industry sectors that shape the business landscapes and lifestyles in the region. Milwaukee will be featured on all United and United Express flights in October and online for the following year at www.hemispheresmagazine.com.
Story captions include: Ja, Milwaukee, Its accent is German, but this city speaks the world’s languages; Water, Water Everywhere, Lake Michigan and three rivers offer business opportunities and a place to play; Riding High, Milwaukee is rapidly diversifying from its traditional manufacturing base; Pick Your Passion, Indoor or outdoor, classical or the next big thing: you’ll find plenty to do here.
Hemispheres is seen monthly by more than 6 million business and leisure passengers traveling to over 210 destinations in 26 countries. Insight: Milwaukee positions the seven county region on a national and global scale as one of the best places to visit, live, work and prosper.
The good news is that you can read the entire spread on Milwaukee before you jump on that United Airlines flight by clicking here to get to the Hemispheres magazine.
VERY IMPORTANT — When you click on the link you will be redirected to the Table of Contents page for the magazine. Click on the "Tabl e of Contents" tab on the bottom left-hand side of the page. You will then see at the bottom of the page three buttons. Click on the "Next" button and on the bottom left-hand side you will see the link to "Insight Milwaukee."
Thank you for a great article! Always liked that slogan "A great place on a great lake"… wish they would bring it back.