Discover the South with destination experts from the southern U.S. states of Texas, Oklahoma & Louisiana
If you weren’t able to make yesterday’s webinar, the recording is now available on YouTube. And, if you’ve always wanted to see the south, now’s the time to learn more from the experts who live and breathe Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana.
During the webinar, we learned about the vineyards of Grapevine and the Fort Worth Stockyards in Texas, before traveling on to Oklahoma, home to the nation’s longest driveable stretch of Route 66 and a state with deep Native American significance. We ended in Louisiana, a maze of bayous and swamps arching southwest of the iconic destination of New Orleans, the birthplace of jazz with a unique blend of cultures.
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All of the previous webinars are available on YouTube – watch them here. Thank you for your continued support! In the meantime, here’s a little about each of the destinations we covered in the webinar.
See the culturally rich and diverse cities of Texas – www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8556DE987M. It’s true: Everything is bigger in Texas. From portion sizes, pickup trucks, and 10-gallon hats to the thousands of kilometres of rugged, gorgeous terrain. This state encompasses such a wide swath of human experience that exploring all of its nooks and crannies would take months – maybe years.
Experience Western history, Native American culture and Southern charm. Oklahoma lies at a unique crossroads – not just because it’s practically in the middle of the USA, but also because of its fascinating mixture of Western history, Native American culture and genuine Southern charm. With powwows and rodeos, Western museums and country music, Southern comfort food and Route 66 relics, Oklahoma’s cultural medley is genuine Americana. Here’s a glimple of what Oklahoma has to offer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVC2iOlJnio. Please contact Lisa Weigt at Lisa.Weigt@TravelOK.com for personal assistance or explore www.travelok.com for ideas
Great music, food and nature, with a dash of eccentricity. Louisiana features a multicultural, multilingual history, influenced by the people who make up the state. The people of Louisiana came from France, Spain, Haiti, French Canada, the Caribbean, Africa and Vietnam.
New Orleans – New Orleans & Company will help you plan your client’s next trip at no charge to you! For complimentary assistance with booking a group or for more information on New Orleans, please complete our RFP form, visit www.NewOrleans.com/Travel-Professionals or contact Maria Manzella, Director of Tourism, at MManzella@NewOrleans.com.
Shreveport-Bossier – Louisiana’s Other Side is a mixture of the spicy Cajun attitude and wide-open Texas spirit. It’s where Creole meets cowboy. Erica Telsee is available at firstname.lastname@example.org should you require any assistance or visit www.shreveport-bossier.org.
Alexandria and Pineville – In the heart of Louisiana, you’ll discover the beautiful cities of Alexandria and Pineville. A vibrant arts scene, historic landmarks and endless opportunities for outdoor adventure make Central Louisiana a desirable destination. For more information please contact Jerianne Thomas on email@example.com or visit www.alexandriapinevillela.com