June ‘Discover Arkansas’ now online

The June edition of “Discover Arkansas” is now available at www.arkansas.com/discover-arkansas. Published by Arkansas Tourism, the monthly digital publication highlights events, activities and trip ideas in The Natural State.  Now is the best time to rediscover Arkansas! With safety as a top concern of the summer, more travelers will embark on road trips closer to home […]

Video: North Little Rock debuts “My City”

The City of North Little Rock has debuted a new video, “My City,” featuring North Little Rock small businesses and the local community. Local poet and entrepreneur, Chris James (The Roots Art Connection, Arkansas Theatre Festival, House of Art), narrates the video with an original poem about his love for North Little Rock as familiar North Little Rock community […]

Al fresco dining in North Little Rock

With the coronavirus limiting dine-in for restaurants, it almost seems like North Little Rock – home of walk-up barbecue stands and dairy bars – was made for this. As Arkansans, we’re used to eating outdoors. We’re used to withering humidity and only packing up a picnic when there’s five seconds between a flash of lightning […]

Summer Sundays are Open on Florida’s Historic Coast

St. Augustine, Fla – (June 2, 2020)…Florida’s Historic Coast is safely welcoming visitors back to Northeast Florida to take in the history, enjoy the 42 miles of beach, to relax with friends and family and, most importantly, to make new memories. While local businesses are taking extraordinary measures to ensure visitors’ experiences here are safe, […]

June 1: Letter from NATJA CEO

Where do I begin? Just as many of our destinations were beginning to emerge from some of the darkest weeks we have experienced in our lifetimes, we have been catapulted into another type of darkness, one rooted in centuries of institutionalized racial discrimination.

Take a Trip to Branson – No Need to Pack

Join Explore Branson for a virtual and interactive FAM tour as we bring our city to life through highlights specifically for you and your attendees.  Get a Real Feel for Our Destination From Wherever You Are As the entertainment capital of the Midwest, this slice of the Ozarks is awesomely under the radar—just enough to keep […]

Destination Health & Safety Guidelines Messaging

Industry Partners: We are keeping a pulse on the latest measures in place and news related to COVID-19 in Puerto Rico, to continuously update our messaging and inform our marketing. Communicating our Health and Safety measures will be critical to instill confidence, as consumer sentiment data shows this will be a major focal point for future […]

2020 June Featured Journalist: Aaron Gulley

Aaron is a veteran magazine editor and writer, with over 20 years experience in the business. He established his career with staff editorial positions, progressing through the following titles: PC Computing, MacWeekly, Wired, Rock & Ice, VeloNews, and Outside Magazine. In 2009, he left his full-time position at Outside to pursue a writing career. Since […]

2020 June Featured Destination: Winchester-Frederick County CVB

The Winchester-Frederick County CVB is the official tourism and film office for the Winchester, Virginia area. Perfectly situated in the Northern Shenandoah Valley and just over an hour west of Washington D.C., our area enjoys significant American history (e.g. Civil War, George Washington, Patsy Cline), a beautiful and vibrant Old Town walking mall, farm markets […]

2020 June Featured Journalist: Andrea Granahan

Andrea Granahan is a freelance magazine writer, editor, and photographer. She has worked with outlets such as the Navigator, the Sonoma Coast Quarterly, Fishermen’s Newspaper, The Paper, and more. Her outstanding work has also been recognized by the California Newspaper Publishers Association, the National Newspaper Publishers Association, Lincoln Steffens Investigative Reporting, and the Manalli Literary […]

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