Oklahoma

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

A- Overview: “Oklahoma, where the wind comes sweepin’ down the plain, And the wavin’ wheat can sure smell sweet When the wind comes right behind the rain.”. What a fitting depiction Rodgers and Hammerstein penned for this truly remarkable city. Located directly in the center of the state, Oklahoma City stands as a modern marvel surrounded by the endless horizons of the Great Plains. The city had an…


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Ohio

Dayton, Ohio

A- Overview: Dayton, Ohio is known as the birthplace of aviation. In their Dayton, Ohio, bicycle shop Wilbur and Orville Wright, self-trained in the science and art of aviation, researched and built the world’s first power-driven, heavier-than-air machine capable of free, controlled, and sustained flight. The Wrights perfected their invention during 1904 and 1905 in their hometown of Dayton before launching it at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. Wilbur…

Ohio

Columbus, Ohio

A- Overview: Columbus is the largest city in the world named after the great explorer. It is fitting, therefore, that one of the city’s most popular attractions is a full-size replica of Columbus’s three-masted flagship, The Santa Maria, which is permanently moored downtown on the Scioto River and open to visitors. This Ohio State capital city continues to lead the way to the future. State of the art…

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Sandusky, Ohio

A- Overview: Best known for being the home of Cedar Point, many of the Sandusky’s other fine features are often overlooked. First, there is its ideal location on Sandusky Bay and Lake Erie, making it the perfect spot for fishing, boating and sailing. Sandusky is also known for its elegant Victorian architecture and has over 30 buildings that are listed on the historic register. A national survey ranked…

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Cleveland, Ohio

A- Overview: Often cited as a model for urban rebirth and named one of the top 10 international visitor hotspots by Travel and Leisure magazine, the city of Cleveland, located on the shores of Lake Erie, has truly lived up to its image as The New American City. Cleveland’s success story today is fueled by an on-going commitment to growth and a global vision for the future. Cleveland…

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North Carolina

Fayetteville, North Carolina

A- Overview: Fayetteville, North Carolina is an all-American city with a proud past and a promising future. There is much to commend Fayetteville as an attraction for tourists. Residents of the city consider it an ideal place in which to live, work and bring up a family. Fayetteville is known for its gracious hospitality and Southern charm. Thousands of soldiers and airmen reside at Fort Bragg and Pope…

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North Carolina

Durham, North Carolina

A- Overview: Close your eyes and imagine a city set among acres of hardwood and evergreen forests, hills and dales, serene lakes, meandering rivers and streams, and you will have an accurate picture of Durham, North Carolina. Durham is the fourth largest city in the state, and is located about halfway between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the pristine beaches of North Carolina’s Outer Banks. Durham is a…

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North Carolina

Wilmington, North Carolina

A- Overview: Just minutes from the beaches, Wilmington’s picturesque riverfront emerges from the Cape Fear River. Gracing its banks is one of the state’s largest historic districts, numbering approximately 230 blocks. Downtown Wilmington is a place where revitalization has proceeded with honor, dignity and respect, preserving the social and artistic heritage of days gone by. See the historic district’s mansions and landmark buildings via horse-drawn trolley or carriage…

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Charlotte, North Carolina

A- Overview: Charlotte has the air of a congenial southern town, where hospitality is taken seriously and guests are made to feel not only welcome but at home. At the same time, it is a bustling cosmopolitan city, and also home to the NFL Panthers and the NBA Hornets. Charlotte’s outdoor activities include sightseeing in the surrounding countryside as well as a number of more structured events. Charlotte…

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New York

Niagara Falls, New York

A- Overview: The breathtaking beauty of the natural wonder that is Niagara Falls would be enough to attract and hold the interest of almost any visitor. Yet, there is so much more to see and do in Niagara County that one vacation isn’t long enough. Twelve million visitors arrive in the area each year. More than a tourist attraction; Niagara Falls is part of our national heritage. Along…

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