If you could see one business come to the local area what would that business be? I think it would be awesome to have an indoor waterpark come to the local area. The waterpark would be a massive waterpark with a hotel attached to it. I also think that some restaurants that the local area doesn't have would be great. I think Sonic, Popeyes, and Whataburger would be really cool to bring to the local area. Whataburger is a southern restaurant and they are really good.

Many people would like to see a Dave & Buster’s come here and an indoor go-cart track. I think both of those places would be good to bring to the local area. The Bis-Man community doesn't have a lot to do in the winter months for locals. As far as food goes it’s always interesting how other towns in North Dakota have these restaurants before the capital city does. It would be nice if Bis-Man would get restaurants before any other town in the state gets them.

Bis-Man has been expanding over the last ten years and I think it's really going to blow up even bigger in the next ten years. Maybe we will get an indoor go-cart track and a big waterpark. These would be awesome to get but either way, Bis-Man is a great community to live in and the people here are great. It's not often that a person gets to live in great communities.

 

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