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“Holy Toledo”, “The Glass City”, “Frogtown”, and “T-Town” are all reference the northwest Ohio city of Toledo. Bordering Michigan, Lake Erie, and bisected by the Maumee River, this city is rich with history, full of culture, and features numerous attractions for both residents and tourists alike. The Glass City takes its nickname from the city’s deep roots in the glass industry since the 1880’s. Since then, Toledo has become a city with a strong art community, diverse industry, higher education, exceptional healthcare, and home to local sports teams. Toledo and the surrounding area are home to numerous companies, including several Fortune 100, that continue to make Toledo thrive. Dana Corporation, O-I, Owens Corning, Marathon Petroleum, The Andersons, Cooper Tire, ProMedica, First Solar, GM, and Libbey are just a few. Toledo has something for everyone regardless of the season. Visit the Toledo Zoo, National Museum of the Great Lakes, or hike the Metro Parks. Catch a Mud Hens baseball game at Fifth-Third Field, a concert or a Walleye hockey game at the Huntington Center. While in vibrant Downtown Toledo, visit Imagination Station, Valentine Theatre, or check out events at Seagate Convention Centre. If you are a patron of the arts, visit the Toledo Museum of Art, watch a performance of the Toledo Opera or the Toledo Symphony. Grab a bite to eat and a drink at Maumee Bay Brewing Company, The Docks, or take in amazing city views at The Heights, the restaurant located on the rooftop of the Renaissance Hotel. Whatever your preference, “You will do better in Toledo!”

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