On the western edge of North Dakota with the Badlands as its backdrop, sits the historic town of Medora. This one of a kind town is better known as North Dakota’s #1 tourist destination. Medora is surrounded by breathtaking, unspoiled nature with Theodore Roosevelt National Park acting as its backyard. Known for its western culture, visitors will find this historic hub filled with an endless array of activities and events for all ages. Whatever your hobby may be, Medora has it all.
Fayetteville, North Carolina is a patriotic community located just off I-95 halfway between New York and Florida. Thanks to nearby Fort Bragg, this is a diverse community with great food, places for adventure, a deep rich history, hundreds of special events and much more.
Fort Wayne is Indiana’s second-largest city and a vibrant urban center, with a small town hospitality that is genuine and immediately identifiable. We are known for being the home of one of the nation’s best Children’s Zoos, the largest public genealogy library, our urban riverfront experiences, the Vera Bradley Outlet Sale (a destination for more than 45,000 women annually) and more.
The Quad Cities is a family of communities on the storied Mississippi River. With a love of local, independent arts, culture, and creativity, the Quad Cities is an authentic place with an eclectic music, art, culinary, sports, outdoor recreation, and entertainment scene.