We take pride in the communities where we live and work:

Cedar Rapids, IA

Cedar Rapids is an economic hub of the state, located in the core of the Interstate 380 Cedar Rapids/Iowa City Technology Corridor. Cedar Rapids is home to two dozen Fortune 500 companies, and Forbes magazine ranked Cedar Rapids one of the Best Places for Business & Careers in the U.S., based on costs, income growth, educational attainment and projected economic growth.

A flourishing center for arts and culture in Eastern Iowa, the city is home to the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, the African American Historical Museum, the National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library, the Paramount Theatre, Theatre Cedar Rapids, and Orchestra Iowa.

Cedar Rapids is also home of the minor-league baseball team the Cedar Rapids Kernels, ice hockey team the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders, and indoor football team the Cedar Rapids Titans.

Cedar Rapids’ dining choices include a wide variety of ethnic options, award-winning barbeque, classic and trendy gourmet, and local favorites. Live music is available most days of the week, and with quaint bistros, Irish pubs, piano bars, alternative clubs, and dance clubs. The NewBo City Market, located downtown in a reclaimed, flood-ravaged industrial site, is a dynamic public space where local entrepreneurs create an environment of fresh, wonderful food, products and experiences.

Ruffalo Noel Levitz sponsors a number of events in the Cedar Rapids community, including an Ugly Sweater Party at the 2012 Fire & Ice Festival and Uptown Friday Nights.

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Atlanta, GA

Atlanta is a world-class, modern city with a rich, passionate history and an impressive legacy of leadership, progress and inspiration. Atlanta is the cultural and economic center of the Atlanta metropolitan area, home to 5,359,205 people and the ninth largest metropolitan area in the country.

Atlanta’s cultural attractions include Museums, Art Galleries, the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta Opera and the Atlanta Ballet, and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.

Atlanta is home to three professional sports teams, the Atlanta Braves at Turner Field, the Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome, and the Atlanta Hawks and Atlanta Dream at Philips Arena.

Atlanta also offers shopping, festivals, the Georgia Aquarium, and Zoo Atlanta.

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Austin, TX

Austin is the capital of Texas and the cultural and economic center of the Austin–Round Rock–San Marcos metropolitan area, which has an estimated population 1,783,519.

The current official slogan promotes Austin as “The Live Music Capital of the World”, a reference to the many musicians and live music venues within the area. However, in recent years, some Austinites have also adopted the unofficial slogan “Keep Austin Weird”.

The city has a vibrant live music scene with more music venues per capita than any other U.S. city. Austin’s music revolves around the many nightclubs on 6th Street and an annual film/music/interactive festival South by Southwest. Other music events include the Urban Music Festival, Fun Fun Fun Fest, Chaos In Tejas, the Austin City Limits Music Festival, and the Old Settler’s Music Festival.

Austin has a strong theater culture, with dozens of companies producing a variety of work in a number of live performance theater venues. Public art and performances in the parks and on bridges are popular. The city is also home to the Ballet East Dance Company , the Tapestry Dance Company, and Ballet Austin. Austin is home to a number of museums and art galleries.

Austin is the largest city in the United States without a club in a major professional sports league. Many Austinites support the athletic programs of the University of Texas at Austin known as the Texas Longhorns. There are also a number of minor league sports teams, including the Round Rock Express baseball team, the Austin Outlaws women’s football team, the Austin Toros basketball team, the Texas Stars hockey team, the Austin Aztex soccer team, and the Austin Gamebreakers football team.

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Kitchener, Ontario (Canada)

Kitchener is a city in Southern Ontario, Canada, approximately 100 km west of Toronto. The metropolitan area, which includes the neighbouring cities of Waterloo and Cambridge, has 477,160 people.

The Kitchener Market is one of the oldest consistently operating markets in Canada. It features local producers, international cuisine, artisans, and crafters.

Kitchener’s cultural highlights include CAFKA, The Open Ears Festival, IMPACT theatre festival, the Multicultural Festival, the Kitchener Blues Festival and KidsPark, many of which are free to the public. Kitchener is also home to venues such as Homer Watson House & Gallery, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, THEMUSEUM, JM Drama Alumni and Centre In The Square.

Kitchener-Waterloo’s Oktoberfest celebration is an annual nine-day event held every October, starting on the Friday before Canadian Thanksgiving and running until the Saturday after. It is the largest Bavarian festival in the world outside of Germany.

Kitchener Blues Festival, a four day festival dedicated to blues music, and the Kitchener-Waterloo Multicultural Festival, a two-day even in Victoria Park, are held each year.

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