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08/17/18
The most unique hotels in all 50 states

Link to Coverage: https://www.orbitz.com/blog/2018/07/the-most-unique-hotel-in-all-50-states/ 

The article highlights Magnolia Hotel in Omaha, mentioning that it was formerly the Aquila Court Building and designed to mimic the Bargello in Florence, Italy. The writer, Aly Walansky, also includes that the hotel was named to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974, and the faces of George and Aquila Cook can still be seen on the front of the hotel building today. An image of the hotel courtyard is also included. 

About Orbitz: Covers a wide range of domestic and international destinations. Coverage includes travel tips, and deals or benefits like frequent flyer programs. Regular features and areas of coverage include beaches, business travel, family, nightlife, romance and more. Unique Monthly Visitors: 3,794,506

08/16/18
Want to be BFFs with Mother Nature (Like Hair Braiding Tight)? These 4 Immersive Escapes Will Get You There

Link to Coverage: https://www.wellandgood.com/good-travel/immersive-nature-trips/

This article, titled “Want to be BFFs with Mother Nature (Like Hair Braiding Tight)? These 4 Immersive Escapes Will Get You There,” is a roundup of places to experience Mother Nature in her finest hour, encouraging readers to move beyond their comfort zones to have new experience that may transform and change perspective.Comstock Premier Lodge is listed first on the list of four experiences, including a link to their site. The lodge is highlighted as something straight out of The Oregon Trail and suggests opting for the combination ranch and lodge property tour for lots of wildlife sightings.

About Well + Good: Serves as a wellness wire service and covers fitness, nutrition, beauty products, and overall health and wellness in New York City and Los Angeles. Dedicated sections include Good Sweat, Good Looks, Good Advice, and Good Food. Offers detailed information, tips and news. Unique Monthly Visitors: 1,240,751
08/14/18
Meet the Man Making Modena-Style Balsamic Vinegar in Rural Nebraska

Link to Article: https://www.saveur.com/george-paul-johnson-vinegar-nebraska

The article, titled, “Meet the Man Making Modena-Style Balsamic Vinegar in Rural Nebraska,” is a full feature on the vinegary that tells George Paul’s story from the use of sustainable, energy-efficient processes that are part of Sandhills tradition, to how the vinegary plays a part in other local businesses in Nebraska.

About Saveur: Intended for sophisticated, upscale lovers of food, wine, travel and adventure. Examines the gourmet world of food, revealing its origins, its regional and cultural diversity, and profiling the people who create the world's best culinary delights. Includes verticals on style and home.

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08/01/18
The Best Rooftop Bar in all 50 States

Link to Articlehttps://matadornetwork.com/read/best-rooftop-bars-us/

The article, titled “The Best Rooftop Bar in all 50 States,” spotlights Barry’s Bar and Grill as the best rooftop bar in the state of Nebraska, with mention of its view of Memorial Stadium and its Husker pride; giving Barry’s the nickname “The Nebraska Bar.” The coverage includes a link to Barry’s Bar & Grill and an image of the packed rooftop.

About Matador Network: Matador Network is an online travel publication that features content by travel experts including writers, travel filmmakers, athletes, and photographers. Content covers culture, people, places, music, sports, travel tips and much more.
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07/31/18
The Surprising Birthplace of 20 Favorite Food and Drinks

Link to Article: https://www.rd.com/food/surprising-birthplace-of-favorite-foods-and-drinks/  

The article highlights Hastings, Nebraska as the birthplace of Kool-Aid, and describes the history of the fruit drink. The writer also suggests learning more about the founder and history at the dedicated exhibit within the Hastings Museum, including a link to Hastings Museum’s website.

About Reader’s Digest: Reader’s Digest is an American general-interest family magazine, that offers a unique stream of advice, stories, humor and user-generated content that connects on a personal level with a rapidly growing audience of readers. Topics covered include: health and medicine, personal finance, food, travel, relationships, personalities and celebrities and more.  

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