Monday, July 24, 2006

Why Chicago ?

Why Chicago ...indeed, and here is just some the reasons...

Chicago Night Life ( NightLife ), RMC ( Roger Meredith Christian ) : Chicago is another American city that never sleeps. During the nights of it's up beat urban energies, and interests, many are caught by surprise how fresh of an experience it is in visiting this community of traders, industrialist, and agricultural industrial producers.

Chicago Night Life ( NightLife ), RMC: Then after the hard labors of the day, and with a single will to assist in the feeding of several nations, there is a need for fun. It is during the night when most have the time to enjoy their lives after a hard day at work. Thus play of all sorts come to view, as well as things which relaxes and creates enjoyment at the sametime.

Chicago ( a real Night Life City ) is how both the Mid-West and North East become an intersect transportation center of the United States. Thus this city is the hub of all National air traffic, and largely due to it's location to the farm belts, the trading center of American agriculture. This also applies to the farming districts of Canada to the immediate north of this city of culture and industry.


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Anthony said...

In the nightlife business, ego tends to drive people more than worrying about the details, the party and the product, so we really strive to keep our ego under wraps and work together with all of our business partners to create a collective vision, which is sometimes direct and sometimes a compromise.