It's the city of big plans and no rules, beat-the-heat tunnels and loop-the-loop highways, world-class museums and wiry cowboys, humidity that demands an ice-cold martini and the biggest damn liquor store on the planet. How could you not love Houston?For the record, here's the rest of Kiplinger's Top 10 U.S. cities: Raleigh, N.C.; Omaha, Neb.; Boise, Idaho; Colorado Springs, Colo.; Austin, Texas; Fayetteville, Ark.; Sacramento, Calif.; Des Moines, Iowa; and Provo, Utah.
Is Houston the best U.S. city?
Kiplinger's Personal Finance recently named Houston, Texas, the No. 1 city in the United States. Frankly, I was surprised. A lot of folks in the plastics industry live in Houston -- mostly in the resin sector. Plus the Space City hosts a handful of important conferences every year that bring many plastics processors to town. So it's safe to say a lot of the readers of this blog are familar with Houston. What do you think, readers? Is Houston No. 1? Here's, in part, what Kiplinger's had to say about Houston:
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