La Crosse is Western Wisconsin’s largest city and is right along the Mississipi River. This proximity to one of the midwest’s largest rivers helped the city develop into a busy industrial manufacturing and distribution center in the 1800s. Although manufacturing declined over the 20th Century, there is still a busy local economy that employs most of the city’s residents.
Our performance lead generation is designed for La Crosse businesses looking for the best way to spread the word about their services to potential customers. As a busy trade center for the Wisconson-Iowa and Minnesota borders, La Crosse is getting a lot more competitive as the midwest continues to expand.
By taking a 100% results-oriented approach to creating customized lead funnels for your business, we’re able to ensure that our leads are some of the best in the business. This means that you’ll be able to spend more time selling and less time wasted talking in circles with disinterested clients.
If you’re ready to take advantage of your company’s prime position in one of the state’s busiest small cities, then contact our sales team today to schedule your consultation and discuss your options for competitive growth moving forward into the new year.
La Crosse is predominantly White and is known for having a strong working-class population. It’s also home to a satellite campus for the University of Wisconsin which currently has around 10,000 students enrolled. In recent years, La Crosse has also developed into a central location for healthcare and even features a Mayo Clinic college.
Based on the latest report from the U.S. Census Bureau, there are currently 51,227 occupants in La Crosse city. Here are the latest racial demographic results:
- 2.5% Black/African American
- 90.1% White
- 2.1% Hispanic/Latino
- 3.9% Asian
The median income for La Crosse residents is just over $43,500 annually, and the percentage of the population at or below the poverty line is 23.4%
- The city’s tap drinking tap water won the best natural tasting water award in September of 2007.
- The first white settlement was in 1841 when Nathan Myrick, New Yorker moved to the area for fur trading.
- The name La Crosse is of French Origin. Named after the French explorers saw the Indians playing a game later known as “la crosse.’
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