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More than 185 pages packed with valuable ideas and case studies. By Rosemary McCormick.
Bloomington is active and alive…even in the heart of a Minnesota winter. You
won’t notice the cold while strolling through the 520 stores in the Mall of America or experiencing one of the many exciting events the “MOA” hosts throughout the year. The city blooms each spring and summer with popular outdoor destinations such as
the Minnesota Valley National Valley Wildlife Refuge and Richardson Nature Center. The entire family will enjoy the Hyland Play Area as it offers visitors of all ages and abilities the opportunity to climb, swing, hang and slide through nature. With
something for everyone, every month of the year, Bloomington seems to have it all.
The “biggest”, the “oldest”, the “tallest”, the “largest”…fill in the blank and
Atlanta has it for you to visit and enjoy. That includes an art and culture scene filled with festivals, music, theater & dance, museums and visual arts. From unique neighborhood
galleries to the High Museum of Art, which presents some of the nation’s most extraordinary exhibits, you'll be able to explore Atlanta’s diverse arts offerings to create the “greatest” cultural adventure of your own.
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Sheila ArmstrongPresident, US Cultural & Heritage Tourism Marketing Council 843-341-6392 email@example.com