WATERTOWN (WKOW) -- First Lady Michelle Obama visits Wisconsin Thursday.
She'll be in Watertown, kicking off a campaign urging people to drink more water.
While final preparations are underway, some people were wondering, 'Why Watertown?'
Two primary reasons: The name of the town and the quality of the water in Watertown.
That's something the mayor pointed out to the First Lady's team.
"We've won the best water in the state award twice, and they were like 'You're kidding!' This is like a :30 ad before the Super Bowl... it's literally priceless to us," says Mayor John David.
You'll be able to follow along with the First Lady's visit.
We'll stream the event online and have full coverage in our newscasts.
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