Tag Archives: Branson

Branson in Running to Host SoMeT

Branson is one of 13 cities in the running to host the Social Media Tourism Symposium (#SoMeT13US is the hashtag to follow on Twitter). The host city of this tourism-focused, social media conference will be chosen via tournament-style voting on Facebook. “Branson is ideally suited for this conference. With new flights on Southwest Airlines it is easy to get here. ... Read More »

Branson Offers Plenty of Winter Fun

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You want to take a trip to Branson, but it’s the middle of winter and most live performers are on their annual break. So, there’s nothing to do there, right? Wrong. Branson offers plenty of things to do year-round, even during the winter months when the majority of live shows are on hiatus. What can you do? Well, you could ... Read More »

Check Out What’s New in Branson in 2013

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Branson, located in the Southwest Missouri Ozarks, is one of America’s favorite vacation destinations. The family friendly shows and entertainment options, beautiful scenery and lakes, as well as the Missouri hospitality, draw nearly 8 million people each year to our little town. TripAdvisor, USA Today, the Associated Press and others have called Branson one of the best places in America ... Read More »

Honoring Service on Veterans Day

What we now call Veterans Day was originally known as Armistice Day. Throughout Missouri, the United States, and the world, we take time on this date to remember and honor our military veterans, those who survived and those who didn’t, past and present. In 1926, the United States Congress passed a resolution requesting President Calvin Coolidge issue a proclamation calling ... Read More »

Remembering Andy Williams

Today, as I reflect on his passing, I am so thankful for the incredible opportunity to have known Andy Williams. Although I have been a consistent fan of his musical talent, I became more enamored when I met him on a golf course in 2002; we shared notes about living on Lake Taneycomo. We delighted in noting lake life was ... Read More »

An Early Morning on Table Rock Lake

The sun had not yet risen, and the slightly more than gentle breeze had the air temperature hovering somewhere between cold and go-get-a-big-jacket cold. Thus began a recent fishing and photography expedition on beautiful Table Rock Lake in Branson. Led by our outdoors expert and professional fisherman Scott Pauley, we hit the water before sun-up in search of lunkers. The ... Read More »

Five Ways to Cool Off in Missouri

High temperatures across Missouri have been breaking records for the last couple of weeks; as of this writing, the forecast high today in Jefferson City is 107. The hot weather has people wondering where they can go and what they can do to beat the heat. Fortunately, there are plenty of options in Missouri to help you stay cool on ... Read More »

Thinkin’ About Hidden Treasures

As we celebrate Branson’s Centennial anniversary, it’s easy to focus on the obvious reasons folks from all over the world have for visiting Branson. There are the live-music shows. New shows such as it at the Hughes Brothers Theatre and founding shows such as the Baldknobbers Jamboree and the Shepherd of the Hills Outdoor Drama; national stars such as Jim ... Read More »

Ribbon-Cutting at Dewey Short Visitor Center

The following is an excerpt from the April 23 Ozarks Water Watch newsletter. It was written by David Casaletto, executive director of Ozarks Water Watch. The wait is almost over! The US Army Corps of Engineers Little Rock District announced the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Dewey Short Visitor Center in Branson will take place this Friday, April 27. The ... Read More »

Remembering the Titanic

This is an excerpt from the a story told by Jaynee, Titanic’s First Class Maid and one of the faces of Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson. This post commemorates the 100th anniversary of the sinking of Titanic, which hit an iceberg in the late-night hours of April 14, 1912, then sunk in the early morning hours of April 15, 2012. ... Read More »