Oshkosh, Wisconsin – A local collaboration of organizations, including The Greater Oshkosh Economic Development Corporation, the Oshkosh Convention and Visitors Bureau, Wittman Regional Airport, and the City of Oshkosh Community Development Department, will be exhibiting at EAA AirVenture 2022 to showcase the Oshkosh area as a great place every week of the year!

An outcome of a tourism and quality of life study done by Rodger Brooks last year, this collaboration was founded with the goal to welcome the crowds to Oshkosh and ask them to come back again. It also supports each individual organization’s goals to promote Oshkosh to prospective visitors, residents, employees, and employers. Greater Oshkosh President and CEO, Tricia Rathermel explained, “We are excited to not only welcome the EAA crowd back to Oshkosh again, but also to show them that Oshkosh is a great place to visit, live, work, and do business all year long!”

This isn’t the first time Greater Oshkosh, Wittman Regional Airport, and the City of Oshkosh worked together at EAA AirVenture. Last year, the group came together to introduce the Oshkosh Aviation Park, an 80-acre business park situated to the South East of Runway 18-36. This development-ready land is primed for take-off. Oshkosh offers a special place to the aviation industry, and the Oshkosh Aviation Park is an investment in growing this business sector. After such a warm welcome in 2021, Greater Oshkosh EDC, Wittman Regional Airport, and the City of Oshkosh are excited to be back at the greatest airshow in the world, EAA AirVenture, and ready to showcase the hallowed aviation land available for business expansion and relocation.

Learn more about Oshkosh Aviation Park at OshkoshAviationPark.com.

Founded in 2015, Greater Oshkosh EDC exists to preserve the health of existing companies, foster a positive entrepreneurial environment, connect companies to workforce and talent development resources, enhance the business climate and promote the quality of life in the greater Oshkosh area. For more information, visit www.greateroshkosh.com.


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