May 3, 2012
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Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation
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Medora showcased in Midwest Living magazine
Medora, N.D. – Flip through the current issue of Midwest Living and you’ll see familiar North Dakota landscapes and attractions. The North Dakota Badlands, Medora and area destinations were showcased in a feature travel story in the regional publication’s May/June issue that recently hit the news stand.
The six-page spread includes vibrant images of Bully Pulpit Golf Course, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, the Maah Daah Hey Trail and other places to eat, stay and play. Midwest Living’s Travel Editor Kendra Williams narrates her visit to Medora, highlighting attractions like the Medora Musical, Theodore’s, Rough Riders Hotel and other locally owned businesses.
“It’s quite spectacular to have the North Dakota Badlands, Medora and local tourism businesses highlighted in a feature story of Midwest Living,” said Randy Hatzenbuhler, president of the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation. “This is a great opportunity to create awareness about the wonderful vacation offerings in western North Dakota, from our world-class golf and mountain biking to family-friendly entertainment and history. Midwest Living reaches our key target markets, and I’m excited to see the effects of this article.”
Midwest Living is a regional publication that celebrates the interests, values and lifestyles of Midwestern families. It provides readers – almost one million strong – with region-specific information, focused on travel and events, food and dining, home and garden, as well as lifestyle features. Its stories cover Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, North and South Dakota, Ohio, Wisconsin and Missouri.
The online version of the article New Frontiers, which features the Medora area, can be found at: www.midwestliving.com
Medora is located at the entrance to the South Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. As North Dakota’s #1 vacation destination, Medora offers family entertainment in an Old West atmosphere.