Plumesworthe is a vaguely-Northern East Coast town, just 200 miles from Pensburg. Much like their newspaper the Plumesworthe Storyteller, they have a grand reputation for blustering and boasting about being the best at everything. Try telling that to their grossly underpaid, heavily-overworked, tan-wearing cops.
Poshton, the largest zone in Plumesworthe, is a stylish, glamorous area, and the happy home of many illustrious industries. The kings of the financial world, Krony-U-Case Credit Union and Viralcard Credit, make their home there. They serve as major employers in Plumesworthe. NNN News, a multimedia giant, as well as its offshoot RvnBks, a highly-esteemed book publisher, are headquartered there. The elegant and luxurious Long-Black-Hill Regency Hotel chain started there. The elusive, shrouded-in-mystery Equanimity Insurance Firm is a prominent employer in the region. On the far edge of Poshton sits the magnanimous Prostrate & Ramble product manufacturer. Roach’s Mart, a growing chain of popular discount retailers, was founded there by Matt Roach. Khan Glomerate, an umbrella corporation housing many other businesses, was also founded there by 2020 presidential candidate Vladimir Khan. Graffito's started in Plumesworthe.
Plumesworthe barely excels at sports, but regularly claims to be the greatest athletic city, ever. The Plumesworthe Johnsons are the baseball team; in hockey, they have the Plumesworthe Billies. Basketball and football are the Plumesworthe Jimmies and the Plumesworthe Johnnies, respectively. Rounding out the elite-in-their-own-eyes major league lineup are soccer’s Plumesworthe Dicks.
Plumesworthe reminds one of a fantastic champagne or a fine wine, poured and served in a red plastic party cup to drunken college coeds.
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