Overlooking a lake in the Heartland of America Park, the 30-acre downtown campus encompasses five interconnected buildings. The campus features two cafeterias, three gyms, a company store and outdoor walking trails. In addition to serving as the headquarters for our worldwide operations, Omaha is also the main hub for the Research, Quality & Innovation group.
More than 1,800 employees work at the downtown campus, and another 1,500 employees throughout the metro area strengthen our Omaha presence. The main campus is just a short walk to both the Old Market entertainment district and to the revitalized riverfront area.
- Omaha is home to the headquarters of five
"FORTUNE®" 500 companies, including
- Omaha has a population of more than 800,000.
Thirty-five percent of the population is 25 years old
or younger, with a median age of 35.
- More than $2 billion in new capital investment
transformed the riverfront and downtown in less than
- Nationally recognized productions are staged at the
Omaha Community Playhouse and the John Beasley
Theater. The Orpheum Theater and the Holland
Performing Arts Center offer opera, ballet, symphony,
choral and Broadway performances. The Old Market
and North Downtown residential, retail and
entertainment districts add to the exciting options.
CenturyLink Center Omaha is consistently among the
world's top ticket sellers, and is the venue for NCAA
championships, Olympic trials and performances by
internationally known recording artists.
TD Ameritrade Park is home to the NCAA Men's
College World Series, Creighton Bluejays Baseball,
the UFL's Nighthawks, concerts events and more.
- Omaha's Eppley Airfield is approximately 2 miles from downtown and has connections from most major U.S. cities. It's just more than an hour flight to Chicago and Denver.
In addition to the world headquarters in Omaha, our other sales offices are strategically located to best meet our customers' needs. Main sales locations are:
Omaha was ranked:
- #6 - Metro Areas With the Biggest Growth in the
Percentage of Adults with College Degrees,
ten years to 2010 (Brookings Institution &
"Wall Street Journal," September 2011)
- #9 - Top 10 Places to Live for 2011
(RelocateAmerica™, August 2011)
- #4 - Best Cost of Living ("Business Facilities,"
July and August 2011)
- #5 - Top 5 Food Processing Industry Growth
("Business Facilities," July and August 2011)
- #1 - 10 Best Value Cities for 2011
("Kiplinger," July 2011)
- #5 - Best Cities for Young Professionals
("Forbes," July 2011)
- #3 - Places with Good Jobs and Cheap Housing (Yahoo!® Finance, July 2011)
- #20 - Best Places for Business and Careers
("Forbes," June 2011)
- #2 - Best Cities for Recent Grads
("The Daily Beast," June 2011)
- #12 - Best Places for Young Adults to Get
Started ("The Business Journals,"
- #8 - Best Cities for Families
("Parenting," June 2011)
- #21 - Best Cities for Job Growth — Large Sized
Cities (NewGeography.com, May 2011)
- #10 - Fastest Selling Cities in America
(Realtor.com, May 2011)
- #19 - Healthiest Housing Markets for 2011
("Builder," March 2011)
- #1 - America's Most Affordable Cities
("Forbes," January 2011)
- #2 - Best Cities for Business
(MarketWatch.com, December 2010)
- #2 - 15 Best Cities to Restart Your Career
(BusinessInsider.com, October 2010)
The Greater Omaha area was ranked among the 20 strongest-performing metro areas for the first and second quarters of 2011 (Brookings Institution, June and September 2011).
Papillion, part of the Greater Omaha MSA, was named #5 on America's Best Places to Live 2011 (CNNMoney, August 2011).
Omaha was listed as one of 10 Great Cities for College Grads ("Kiplinger," May 2011).
Omaha was named one of the Best Places to Retire (Forbes, March 2011).
Omaha was listed among Seven Cities That Have Caught Start-Up Fever (Details, February 2011).
Omaha was named one of America's Lowest-Risk Housing Markets (SmartMoney.com, January 2011).
Omaha was named one of 10 Up-And-Coming Startup Hubs From Around the World (Grasshopper® Group, January 2011).