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Discover Juneau Eagle Farts! Feed Your Mind & Bellies in Alaska

Attention: Tourism and PR industry professionals. You Need Market Visibility. We Can Help You Get It. IFWTWA will connect you with top journalists to promote your region. If you run a professional tourism agency, hotel, public relations firm, theme park, convention and visitor’s bureau, destination management organization, tourist board or other entity with a big footprint in your area, you know your venue: your city, your region, your country. But how do you get the word out to potential guests and visitors? Consider an Associate membership with IFWTWA and engage directly with our experienced writers, bloggers and content creators. "We Don't Just Talk: We Do"


Big Blend Magazine page spread Juneau Alaska & IFWTWA

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IFWTWA Absorbs Cajun and Louisiana Creole Culture

Imagine a five-day immersion trip into the heart of Louisiana. A group of eight IFWTWA journalists toured the best Lafayette has to offer. The Southern spirit was ever present as they were absorbed into the Cajun and Louisiana Creole culture. 

Captain Tucker petting an alligator

From swamp boat tours to rum tasting, zydeco breakfasts, regional dinners, and a cooking class at the famous Tabasco Factory, IFWTWA participants had an impressive hands-on experience they can’t wait to share with their readers -- read our member's stories here

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Tour the Kentucky Bourbon Trail with Mint Julep Tours

"For whiskey enthusiasts, a visit to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail is a premier trip to make. For bourbon fans, it’s Mecca. Ninety-five percent of the world’s bourbon is made in Kentucky where the limestone encrusted spring-fed waters contribute to the flavors of these delicious whiskeys."  Nancy Zaffaro

Lux Row Distillers Rick House photo by Nancy Zaffaro

Nancy ZaffaroConfetti Travel Cafe is a long-time bourbon fan. This was not her first visit to the region, but on this trip, she was traveling solo, arrived in Louisville during very heavy rains and had only one day to spare. Taking one of Mint Julep Tours’ all-day Bourbon tours was the way to go. Find out more: Tour the Kentucky Bourbon Trail with Mint Julep Tours
 

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