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Proximity to one of the country’s national parks and monuments can offer a unique opportunity to attract visitors to your town with a little strategic planning and creative content marketing.
There’s more than 80 million Millennials in the U.S. alone, and they’re coming into the years of their prime buying power. Today’s savvy DMO won’t want to overlook this enormous niche market!
It's said that anyone who drinks from the Hassayampa River, which winds its way through the town of Wickenburg, can never tell a lie again.
There's never been a more opportune time to book your meeting in a city that is a “best of” on many surveys from restaurants to natural beauty.
If you're feeling at a crossroads, you might well be in Golden Valley, Arizona. The unincorporated community sits along the original route historic Route 66 at its junction with two other significant roadways.
Known as the Apple Capital of the World, Winchester is home to a wide array of orchards where you can bring the whole family to pick your own apples and enjoy a tasty treat. Plus, you’ll love checking out all the traditional colonial buildings in and around this Virginia town for a taste of local history.
Residents in Williamson own more vehicles than 97 percent of other Americans, but no doubt that's because dirt roads leading into the adjacent Prescott National Forest beg exploration with ATVs and other four-wheel drive vehicles.
Nicknamed the "Valley of the Sun," the Greater Phoenix area sees more sunshine than any other metro area in the country. That in and of itself is enough to entice people to lay down roots, but Arizona's capital also features a desirable combination of a thriving job market, a relatively low cost of living and plenty of ways to enjoy the nice weather.
Known for its historic heritage dating back before the Revolutionary War, Fredericksburg's historic sites, quaint shops and chef-owned restaurants mean there's no lack of things to do in your off time.
The second Sunday of each October, thousands of white sails billow across the Gulf of Trieste while hundreds of thousands of spectators look on.
If the surroundings look strangely familiar in Gold Canyon, Arizona, it's probably because you've watched some of the many Western movies and TV shows filmed in the area.
Tucked among the attractions, you'll experience food as remarkable as the local sights.
From diving with sharks to snorkeling with stingrays, there’s plenty of once-in-a-lifetime adventures to check off your bucket list.
The Verde Valley was a hotbed of Native American settlements for centuries before white settlers arrived. Inevitable clashes between natives and newcomers prompted the establishment of a military fort to protect the settlers. The present day town of Camp Verde grew out of this initial settlement, now covering more than 42 square miles on both sides of the Verde River.