Where We've Worked - April/May 2017


Hello and welcome to this April/May 2017 edition of Where We’ve Worked! NRGCO reporters worked all across the country these last two months, and we’re excited to show you all of the places they travelled.

Our first stop on this edition of WWW is Atlanta, the capital city of Georgia. Although there are many attractions in the Peach State’s crown jewel, one of the better things to do in Atlanta is to just walk around the city’s many parks and public areas. In fact, Atlanta is so densely covered in trees it’s actually nicknamed the “The City in the Forest!” Once you’ve had your fill of the great outdoors, it’s always a good idea to check out some of Atlanta’s local eateries. Famous restaurants like The Varsity and Mary Mac’s Tea Room have been serving up the same recipes since before WWII, and more and more chefs are deciding to make their home in the South rather than New York or Chicago.


A huge change of pace from a bustling metropolis like Atlanta, one of our reporters was able to travel to the sleepy town of Appleton, Wisconsin this month. Situated just a few miles outside Green Bay, Appleton is deep in the heart of Wisconsin, and is well-known for offering everything you imagine when you think of American Dairy land. Still, it’s not all bovine farms and cheese creameries in this city of 75,000. Appleton also has wonderful views of the Fox River, and our reporter agreed that the pace of daily life here is a welcome shift from downtown D.C.


Certainly the most envied reporter this month, one of our own was lucky enough to travel to Honolulu, Hawai’i a few weeks ago. Honolulu encapsulates the very best of Hawai’i: surf, sand, and world-class resorts to accommodate any of your needs. And though it’s true that the city has grown exponentially in the last few decades, it’s still all too easy to venture out of town and find a secluded beach. So whether it’s surfing Waikiki or snorkeling to see local wildlife, Honolulu still has a little something for everyone.

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