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How do you shop local?¬† We all do it, and everyday we‚Äôre asked for cool Milwaukee area gift ideas and interesting places and sites to go to to help be represent Milwaukee to a friend, business client, family member or whomever.¬† ¬†
At OnMilwaukee.com, our new ShopLocal marketplace is still growing.¬† And to continue its growth, I‚Äôm showcasing different products. Yes, we make money on this and yes we‚Äôre helping the local economy grow.
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Maps have become art.¬† Really, who uses a paper map anymore?¬† Sure, maybe you have one for back up for the long trip across the country but the phone has definitely replaced the old school folded map. ¬†
But, art remains and I‚Äôm liking the reuse of the map especially in pieces like this one from Sniff Studio, owned by Brendan Sniff.¬† ¬†
The "Wisconsin by County" map not only showcases the state‚Äôs 72 counties but - like any good piece of art - works as a conversation starter and easily improves the walls in your office. ¬†
Sniff also offers a Milwaukee County version with cities embedded.¬† ¬†
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