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Come experience Clarksville, Tennessee
Come experience Clarksville, Tennessee

| 12/09/2010

Nestled in the mountainous region of Middle Tennessee, Clarksville is a city full of personality and charm.  No matter the season of the year, Clarksville-Montgomery County has something for the whole family to enjoy. Discover all that the town has to offer, including a thriving River District and Downtown, an internationally award winning festival and a Christmas light show. Clarksville-Montgomery County has also had a long, successful relationship with the soldiers and their families stationed at Fort Campbell.  Clarksville strives to show constant support to members of the military and their families, with discounts being offered at ma... Read More...

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Cache Valley, gateway to Yellowstone and Tetons
Cache Valley, gateway to Yellowstone and Tetons

| 12/09/2010

Northern Utah’s Cache Valley is a winter wonderland for adventurers and families of all ages. Just 90 miles north of Salt Lake City, the area is easily accessible from the international airport and is also a great gateway to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Plan to stay in Logan, the largest of 22 towns in this beautiful mountain valley. This hub provides a great launching point for all your adventures. Take a sleigh ride through a herd of up to 600 elk at Hardware Ranch Elk Refuge, just 30 minutes southeast of Logan in Blacksmith Fork Canyon. The refuge provides food for these magnificent animals during the winter months. This... Read More...

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It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year....at the Aquarium

| 12/09/2010

Fall has arrived and although the crowds have disappeared, the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher is still in full swing with their indoor and outdoor programs. Read More...

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Living history on the Waccamaw River
Living history on the Waccamaw River

Carl White | 12/09/2010

Kingston Township was named in honor of Great Britain’s King George II and officially opened for settlement on February 26, 1734. This was part of South Carolina Governor Robert Johnson’s “Township Scheme” to increase security within 100 miles from Charleston along the waterways. Among the first were the “Poor Protestants from Ireland” that chose to make their new life in Kingston Township. The lands were marked by sprawling groves of life oaks trees, pine woodlands, a maze of swampland, numerous wildlife and a dark and lazy river know as Waccamaw. Read More...

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Redefining adventure — Berkeley County
Redefining adventure — Berkeley County

| 12/09/2010

If you’re looking for the “Southern Jewel” everyone is talking about, you’ve finally found it! Berkeley County, South Carolina, located just minutes from Downtown Charleston and 1 ½ hours from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is cradled in what is quickly becoming known as the “emerging new south” and offers visitors a 12,000 year old education.   Churches and History Berkeley County is rich in history, and legends. Many who visit the area tour the historical churches located throughout the county. These churches date back from the 1700s and have been immaculately maintained so locals and visitors can step back into time. The St. Ste... Read More...

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Be part of the story at Colonial Williamsburg

| 12/09/2010

Colonial Williamsburg offers visitors unique opportunities to discover 18th century life in colonial Virginia. By visiting this beautifully restored 18th century town, guests will have the opportunity to learn firsthand about the roots of American independence. Read More...

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Front Royal — northern gateway to Shenandoahs

| 12/09/2010

Embrace winter and all its beauty this year in Front Royal, Virginia. Front Royal is recognized as the northern Gateway to Shenandoah National Park and the Canoe Capital of Virginia. Steeped in rich history and natural beauty, this thriving community boasts attractions and amenities for everyone — all within a stone’s throw of the Nation’s Capital. Major attractions include Shenandoah National Park, Skyline Drive, Skyline Caverns and Historic Downtown. Read More...

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Opportunity for Veterans with Schneider program
Opportunity for Veterans with Schneider program

| 12/09/2010

Schneider National, one of the nation’s largest truckload carriers, recently launched a small business owner program designed to help members of the military become successful owner-operators. The new offering from Schneider Finance, the company’s truck financing affiliate, is designed to specifically meet the needs of military personnel while recognizing their service. The Schneider National Military Owner-Operator Program is open to veterans and members of the National Guard and Reserve. A Class A Commercial Drivers License (CDL) and six months of experience are needed to be eligible. Schneider will recommend driving schools for individ... Read More...

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