Fitzpatrick Named Executive Director of Lake of the Ozarks Tri-County Lodging Association

Lake of the Ozarks, MO – During it’s June meeting, the Tri-County Lodging Association Board of Directors, representing and acting on behalf of the Lake of the Ozarks Area Business Districts of Camden, Miller and Morgan Counties, named Lagina Fitzpatrick Executive Director of Lake of the Ozarks Tri-County Lodging Association (TCLA). Prior to being named […]

Welcome Back

Orange County is beginning to feel like its former self. Restaurants and bars are open, buzzing with students, visitors, and townies. The simplest things – a drink, a meal, a walk downtown – feel celebratory. Our fare-free buses are filling up with vaccinated riders. It’s a return to what we think of around here as […]

Consumer Travel Index Points to the Return of Group and Celebratory Travel

Adventure brand dives deep into 2021 travel plans and reasons for travel with fascinating results AUGUSTA, Ga. (June 24, 2021) – Aggressor Adventures® announces today the results of its latest Consumer Travel Index, which tracks consumer sentiments on a bi-monthly basis. Traveling to Reunite and Celebrate Following months of FaceTime and Zoom fatigue, far-flung friends […]

Eksplor creates engaging games for Arkansas travel destinations

Submitted by Eksplor Gaming Eksplor Gaming recently released its first series of games to promote travel to regions and destinations as part of a program designed with Arkansas’s Department of Tourism.  To view the games, visit: Eksplor is a startup venture that creates digital games to help travel destinations engage their visitors in both educational […]

Carrboro’s Heritage Embraces Preservation of the Town’s Early Architecture

Affectionately known as “The Paris of the Piedmont,” Carrboro was first settled in the late-1800s along a University of North Carolina railroad spur and quickly became a mill town. Today, 20,000 people call it home.  The town’s railroad depot, first textile mill, and a former grist mill, all listed in the National Register of Historic […]

Test your Arkansas knowledge with new digital games

Travelers in The Natural State have a new way to enhance their explorations. A new series of digital games will help visitors delve deeper into Arkansas destinations and test their knowledge about the state. To view and play the games, visit: Featuring interactive content and activities, the games are designed for use before visiting […]

Arkansas State Parks Reopens Shooting Range at Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area

(ROGERS, Ark.) – The shooting range at Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area reopens at 8 a.m., on June 18, 2021. The redesigned shooting range has five shooting lanes, including one lane designed for wheelchair use, is 100 yards long, and is free for the public to use. “Outdoor recreation is so important to Arkansans and is […]

June 16: A Letter From NATJA’s CEO

Happy Summer! While we are only a few days away from the “official” date, we wanted to extend greetings for what seems to be a full re-opening for the United States. It is our hope that our Canadian members will soon be joining us so tourism can rebound on what is likely to be a […]

Legacy of LGBTQ Community Celebrated During Pride Month

LGBT Pride Month occurs in the United States to commemorate the Stonewall riots, which occurred at the end of June 1969. As a result, many pride events are held during this month to recognize the impact LGBT people have had in the world. Leaders and influencers who lived the history of LGBTQ rights in Chapel Hill, […]

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