Collection Agency in the Upper Peninsula, Michigan
The Upper Peninsula of Michigan is located across the Straits of Mackinac from the lower peninsula of the state and has unique cultural, geographical and wildlife differences from the rest of the state.
Facts about the Upper Peninsula of Michigan:
Area: 16,377 sq. miles
Cities of the Upper Peninsula: Marquette, Sault Ste. Marie, Escanaba, Menominee, Houghton
Counties of the Upper Peninsula: Houghton County, Ontonagon County, Marquette County, Menominee County, Delta County, Chippewa County, Keweenaw County, Mackinac County, Iron County, Gogebic County, Baraga County, Dickinson County
Nickname for Upper Peninsula Residents: Yoopers
The Upper Peninsula was first home to Algonquian speaking Native Americans. The French traveled to the area in the 17th century and created fur trading posts in Sault Ste. Marie and St. Ignace. The area was fought over by Ohio and Michigan in the Toledo War. Michigan agreed to give up Toledo to Ohio in exchange for the Upper Peninsula.
Today, the main industry of the Upper Peninsula is tourism. Some of the best things to visit include: Pictured Rocks, Mackinac Island, Oswald’s Bear Ranch, and multiple waterfalls like Agate Falls.
As a provider of debt collection services in Michigan, we have helped businesses in the Upper Peninsula collect delinquent accounts using our time-tested strategies. Place a claim today or give us a call!
Statistical data from wikipedia.org