New York – -(Ammoland.com)- Greetings shooting sports media!
I am looking forward to seeing YOU in Chautauqua, New York at the 2016 AGLOW conference! Please stop by (my booth) and say “hi” during Monday afternoon's “Destination Outdoors” and I'll tell you all about two awesome, unique outdoor destinations in Missouri.
EXPLORE THE “BEST RECREATIONAL LAKE” IN THE NATION: CENTRAL MISSOURI'S LAKE OF THE OZARKS
This “fun lake” was just voted the “Best Recreational Lake in the Nation” by USA TODAY readers and attracts almost 5 million visitors each year. Covering over 54,000 acres, running 92 miles end to end, the Lake of the Ozarks is the premier outdoor vacation destination in Mid-America.
The Lake hosts over 500 amateur and pro bass fishing tournaments every year. Some of the best turkey hunting in the nation can be found at the Lake of the Ozarks. The affordable, family friendly lake area offers activities for anyone of any age.
Play championship golf on the Lake of the Ozarks Golf Trail, visit wineries, relax at a soothing spa, enjoy all types of outdoor recreation, shop at Missouri's largest outlet mall, take a cruise around the Lake, pilot your own pontoon boat, cool off in a cave, hike in one of our two beautiful state parks, experience regional cuisine, fine dining and much, much more! At the Lake of the Ozarks, you can be as lively or as laid-back as you want to be.
Bring your family, bring your buddies, your colleagues and friends to discover why everyone loves Central Missouri's fun lake.
“DUCK, DUCK, GOOSE” HUNT IN COLUMBIA
Home to the University of Missouri, Columbia is a vibrant college town with urban amenities and small town charm. But there's more to Columbia than you might expect.
The 4,286-acre Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area, known for shorebird and migratory game bird viewing, attracts numerous species of birds, making this a top site for duck, teal, goose and dove hunters. Columbia also boasts eight public hot spots for anglers, with several conservation areas outside of the city limits that offer trophy casting opportunities. Green spaces, city parks, Rock Bridge Memorial and Finger Lakes state parks and a number of conservation areas, along with the 240-mile Katy Trail State Park, attract outdoor enthusiasts year around.
And, given Columbia's proximity to Rocheport and the Missouri River, kayakers and canoeists can find campgrounds and outfitters for all their on-the-water recreation needs. And, when you're not in the fields or on the water, concerts, music festivals, film festivals, food and art festivals take place in Columbia throughout the year. Come see for yourself what makes Columbia so special.
About The Beenders-Walker Group
The Beenders-Walker Group specializes in public and media relations, destination marketing, creative communications and legislative issue campaigns. We also provide assistance with image building; electronic and print marketing; and successful sales techniques. Many of our clients depend on our award-winning photography and video production to make their campaigns come alive. We are located in the heart of downtown Jefferson City, Missouri. www.tbwgroup.net