Yesterday Milwaukee County Supervisor candidate Jason Haas, who’s running for the vacant seat in the 14th supervisory district, unveiled his idea for the SuperPass, which would allow those who purchase the SuperPass access to all of Milwaukee County’s attractions.

“I am very excited to introduce the SuperPass idea,” Haas began. “With the annual purchase of a SuperPass, families and individuals would gain access to all of Milwaukee County’s great attractions: the Zoo, the Domes, Boerner Botanical Gardens, Cool Waters, and more.”

Haas continued, “With creativity and innovation, we will strengthen our local economy and create prosperity for our families. We must find many ways to save money, increase tourism – internal and external – and bring the County new revenue. I’m confident that this plan will do just that.”

Obviously I’m biased, but I think this is a great idea, not just because it will make it easier for folks to access Milwaukee County’s attractions, but because it will raise revenue for the county in the process.

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