Omaha was already a very popular city in the country but with the Union Pacific Railroad and large livestock processing, it became even more famous. The Omaha stockyards became the largest livestock processing center of the world. Omaha also gained huge popularity after the construction of Rosenblatt Stadium. It changed the city’s entire fate. Omaha has hosted millions of fans for the College World Series every year since the construction of Rosenblatt. TD Ameritrade Park was opened in 2011 and has played host to the CWS ever since. Eventually the age of Rosenblatt stadium caught up with it and unfortunately, Rosenblatt was torn down in 2012 and turned into a parking space for the Henry Doorly Zoo.
Omaha Nebraska as we know it today is thriving and continues to be the largest livestock market in the world. It is also the largest railroad hub in the country. Union Pacific Railroad was formed in Omaha Ne which has seen immense growth in the last few decades. Omaha is located in the center of the therefore it is a common stop for truckers.
Most of the jobs in Omaha are in the service sector. It is home to some of the world’s corporations such as Mutual of Omaha, Kellogs, and ConAgra. The city also takes pride in being the hometown of Warren Buffett, investor, philanthropist and world renown Billionaire. The city remains known for its excellent food processing. It is a major source of employment and many agricultural related activities are adding to the economy. There are many more industries that are thriving in Omaha such as the metal fabricating, pipes manufacturing, steel casting, truck bodies, farm machineries, and motion picture projection equipment.
The city has many tourist attractions and important landmarks. Amongst the city’s notable sites are The Arts and Entertainment District, Henry Doorly Zoo, Historic Old Market, World Famous Boys Town, and Lauritzen Gardens.
Omaha’s top education institutions include Creighton University, University of Nebraska at Omaha, Grace University, and the all-women’s College of St. Mary.
Boys Town is probably the most well-known landmark of the city. It’s significance dates all the way back to 1917 when Edward J. Flanagan made a refuge for the homeless boys. It was a refuge that did not see race or religion. The first year hosted 1000 boys. Soon it gained the title of Father Flanagan’s Home for Boys. It has been a national historic monument since its founding.
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