Here we have a destination retailer that feels entitled to ask for tax incentives. Is Cabela's that unique in its merchandise and displays that it really thinks it will be a sustained shopping adventure for the outdoorsy types?
Maybe it will be a draw to convention visitors or a stop for people trucking their way north to the real michigan wilderness?
See what has happened since tax incentives became the game to play in attracting industry! Officials think it will be a good thing for the local economy, in what way? Besides the little chain fish that will spawn in the surrounding environs, how does it benefit a non cabela's shopper who lives in the region?
Will Michigan take Cabela's bait?