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Summer travel tips

If you’re traveling North Dakota this summer, look for state tourism personnel in unlikely places – like rest areas and gas stations.  We’ll be out-of-the-office Fridays in July, providing traveler assistance in terms of route and destination information as well as asking for brief travel information – like how long you’ve been planning your trip and if you’re traveling for business or pleasure.

And speaking of travel tips – here are a few resources to keep in mind as you’re planning your summer getaway.

Several travelers have been asking about flooding affecting their favorite North Dakota city or attraction.  The Tourism Division is keeping tabs on all affected routes and sites.  If you have questions, we can help.  Call our travel counselors at 1-800-435-5663.  Here are some hot updates:

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And a quick “congratulations” to North Dakotan Amy Anderson who finished 63rd in her first professional golf tournament – the U.S. Women’s Open.  Golf the legendary courses that Amy has played in North Dakota – affordable, accessible, scenic golf in the state with the most courses per capita.


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Great resources for North Dakota info

There are a lot of websites out there “claiming” to be official.  And when you’re looking for accurate information – you don’t want to waste valuable time.  Our office (North Dakota Tourism) can be a portal for individuals seeking a variety of info on North Dakota.  Here’s a brief list of some of our go-to resources.

Travel Information

Business and Job Information

Remember to also sign-up for the Department of Commerce newsletter.  This is a great resource of business news, opportunities and upcoming events.

A great deal more information can be accessed through the official state website.  And as always – one call to 1-800-HELLO-ND (1-800-435-5663) puts you in touch with real travel counselors at North Dakota Tourism.

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Posted by on May 25, 2011 in ND in the News


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