If you could move to any city in Wisconsin, what would it be?
Bryan Bulaga: Lake Geneva
B.J. Raji: Milwaukee
Jordy Nelson: Sturgeon Bay
T.J. Lang: Probably Milwaukee, it’s a pretty fun town. I’ve been there a couple times, and I always have a good time there.
Tim Masthay: I’d probably have to say Madison; I just love the college town atmosphere. It always has a buzz and good vibe coming from it.
Mason Crosby: Probably Fish Creek or Egg Harbor up in Door County. It has a small town feel.
Sponsor Highlight from Travel Wisconsin: Madison
Capitol and captivating, Madison is nestled on a narrow isthmus between two lakes. Madison has been recognized as one of the country’s top canoe towns by Paddler magazine, as well as one of the 10 best bicycling cities by Bicycling magazine. The city center is dominated by the State Capitol, which is modeled after the nation’s Capital. Take a leisurely stroll to the University of Wisconsin campus along the State Street pedestrian mall, which is dotted with eclectic shopping and dining. While in town, check out HotelRED newly opened in 2012. Stay, play and dine in style at this boutique hotel and restaurant, located just steps away from the University of Wisconsin’s legendary Camp Randall Stadium and the shopping, sights and sounds of Monroe Street.
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