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Open my world: Who’s who at TREX18

August 28, 2018

This week in “Open my world,” we discover a true piece of South Dakota history, witness one of the West’s most spectacular geological wonders and visit the heart of Alaska’s rugged interior. These tour supplier and DMO partners—and so many more—are promoting their product at Travel Exchange ’18, Nov. 4–8. Connect with them in Milwaukee!

Explore Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska
Attending TREX18: Tyler Chiles
Fairbanks is the gateway to your authentic Alaskan adventure. Come be energized in summer’s land of midnight sun and be enthralled by winter’s unsurpassed display of Northern Lights. See award-winning exhibits of Alaska’s cultural and natural history. A tour transports you to the edge of the Last Frontier, Denali and the Arctic wilderness. Connect with Tyler at Travel Exchange ’18 in Milwaukee to learn more about interior and arctic Alaska.

Garden of the Gods Visitor & Nature Center
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Attending TREX18: Penny Whalen
Explore Colorado Springs’ paradise in one magical stop. Garden of the Gods Park is a registered National Natural Landmark. Imagine dramatic views of 300-foot towering sandstone rock formations. This world-class visitor center is the region’s most-visited attraction with a 12-minute, HD show: “How Did Those Red Rocks Get There?” Shop for Colorado made items in the on-site gift shops and plan a meal in the café. Find Penny in Milwaukee to plan your visit.

Wall Drug Store
Wall, South Dakota
Attending TREX18: Lucy Hoffman
Wall Drug’s Western Art Gallery Restaurant seats 520 people. The iconic attraction also has a Frontier Town Mall that sells cowboy boots, gun holsters, camping supplies, Black Hills Gold jewelry, a rock shop and bookstore. The Backyard contains a 14,000 square foot building with historical photos and displays. Be sure you bring your camera to have your picture taken on the giant jackalope, by the miniature Mount Rushmore or the covered wagon. Find out more by meeting with Lucy at Travel Exchange ’18.

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