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Tourism Tuesday July 14, 2020

State launches ‘Revive Alabama’ grant program Travel to Montgomery Gulf Coast small towns place as winners Spend an Alabama summer outdoors July 9 marked 160 years since Clotilda arrived in Mobile Bay Southeast Tourism Society reschedules inaugural Domestic Showcase Alabama Tourism Partner Pointer ______________________________________________ State launches ‘Revive Alabama’ grant program From the article by Howard […]

Tourism Tuesday July 7, 2020

Public television will air Bicentennial Park documentary on Aug. 16 Liberty Bell tolls for sites where history is alive and ringing Ben and Erin Napier announce the town selected for new HGTV series ‘Home Town Takeover’ Gulf Shores/Orange Beach tops Lonely Planet’s hottest summer destinations The perfect weekend getaway: Montgomery from Atlanta Alabama self-drive vacation included in […]

Tourism Tuesday June 30, 2020

Ivey extends Safer at Home order; beaches remain open Demand for beach vacations over July 4 ‘stronger than ever’ Space Camp resuming in Huntsville after virus shutdown Mobile lodging community creates the first tourism improvement district in the state Muscle Shoals music landmarks’ plans for surviving Flat Rock Park a ‘natural wonder’ for recreation and […]

Tourism Tuesday June 23, 2020

Free Alabama Vacation Guides available One-of-a-kind culinary science center rising on Auburn University campus Tourism officials hope the worst is behind them Tuscaloosa tourism agency director’s contract extended Alabama chef launched her food truck festival on Juneteenth Flint Creek Canoe Trail opens Lost airline luggage sold online for the first time by 50-year-old company PBS show taped […]

Tourism Tuesday June 16, 2020

Hotel occupancies rising, travel rebounding in metro Group tours looking to March 2021 before fully returning Intermark Group hosts webinar series on marketing during a crisis Interior Secretary Bernhardt visits Alabama Free Alabama Vacation Guides available USA Today calls on people to educate themselves about the history of civil rights Helen, a new concept from chef Rob […]

Tourism Tuesday June 9, 2020

Alabama Tourism Department Natural Wonders await adventure OWA and Wind Creek casinos reopen 2020 Alabama tourism conference and welcome center event cancelled Tuscaloosa Tourism and Sports bringing events back to city Inaugural Alabama Bass Trail 100 Series sells out in less than two days Drives to cruise this Summer Explore Alabama’s Outdoor Adventures Alabama Tourism […]

Tourism Tuesday June 2, 2020

Returning, and awakening, to the beauty of rural Alabama Apple’s Tim Cook promotes donations to Montgomery’s EJI Florence and Muscle Shoals highlighted as part of Natchez Trace Parkway Wetumpka’s Jasmine Hill Gardens closes after more than 90 years in River Region From Dauphin Island with love’: How this beach town made one family’s vacation unforgettable […]

Tourism Tuesday May 26, 2020

Not every restaurant is concerned about safe distancing for customers From bust to boom: Alabama beach rentals fill up, but will the good times last? Native American history, world-class architecture and natural beauty also abound Pandemic slams door on Montgomery’s tourism boom A state park that rivals national parks Alabama Tourism Partner Pointer ____________________________________________________________ Not […]