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15th of December 2017 03:01 PM Link
15th of December 2017 02:03 AM Link
Still curious about what makes Kingman special?
14th of December 2017 11:25 PM Link
This is a thought provoking perspective on Route 66 and historic district revitalization.
14th of December 2017 11:37 AM Link
You are running out of time! Christmas is just around the corner and Southwest Trading Co. has a wide selection of unique gift ideas.
14th of December 2017 12:33 AM Link
Great shop in downtown Kingman. Route 66 Association of Kingman Arizona meet and greet has commenced. Come down for some delicious Mr D'z Route "66" Diner pizza and shop for the holidays.
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14th of December 2017 12:07 AM Link
Come, meet your neighbors!
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13th of December 2017 07:47 PM Link
Looks like Beale Street Brews Coffeeshop is getting a paint job! ❤️
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13th of December 2017 06:04 PM Link
Is it lunchtime yet?
13th of December 2017 11:30 AM Link
It is the 13th day of December. There are only a few shopping days left until Christmas. Have you considered gift shopping at Savon Bath Treats​ in Kingman or Savon Bath Treats Bullhead City?
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13th of December 2017 12:16 AM Link
Pontiac, Illinois makes for another excellent comparative study. An almost continuous rise in sales tax revenues over the course of the past several years, transformation of the historic business district from blighted and empty to a dynamic destination, and new construction of commercial properties are resultant of a visionary plan that links tourism with sustainable economic development and progressive policies.
12th of December 2017 07:14 PM Link
Today is the 12th of December. There are only a few days left to find that perfect gift!
12th of December 2017 06:50 PM Link
As discussions about the airport industrial park continue to be almost daily news stories, I propose a comparative study. Note that the economic development focus in Cuba, Missouri has four linked components - manufacturing, construction, tourism, and forestry.
12th of December 2017 11:09 AM Link
The recently published journal for the Canadian Route 66 Association includes a feature article about the Miles of Possibility Conference in Joliet, Illinois and the presentation on Kingman area tourism made by author Jim Hinckley. As noted in the article, Hinckley emphasized the renaissance of the historic district and referenced numerous businesses including Black Bridge Brewery, Rickety Cricket Brewing, Floyd and Company Real Pit BBQ, Diana's Cellar Door Wine Bar, Southwest Trading Co., as well as the developments at Grand Canyon Caverns & Inn, the mural and neon sign projects initiated by the Route 66 Association of Kingman. Hinckley's trip to the conference was made possible through the Jim Hinckley's America crowdfunding initiative, and sponsorship from the Route 66 Association of Kingman, Scott McCoy, owner of the Gold Doctor, and Steve LeSueur of MyMarketing Designs. Hinckley has tentatively agreed to speak on tourism and economic development at the 2018 Miles of Possibility Conference in Carlinville, Illinois and the Route 66 International Festival in Shamrock, Texas, and about Route 66 in the southwest at the European Route 66 Festival in Zlin, Czech Republic. #jimhinckley Timothy Blake Schritter Diana Caldon Scott Dunton Sr. Jamie Marie Jamie Scott Stehly Kingman City Council Travis Lingenfelter
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11th of December 2017 11:03 PM Link
The end of the year lends itself well to reflection, and to looking toward a new year filled with promise. To say the very least, 2017, from the perspective of tourism and related marketing, has been the best of times and the worst of times in Kingman. Of course, that can be said for every year. The debut of episode one of the video series Jim Hinckley's America: A Trek Along Route 66 developed by… [ 913 more words ]

https://promotekingman.com/a-most-amazing-year-a-year-filled-with-promise/
11th of December 2017 10:46 PM Link
Make plans for this weekend!
11th of December 2017 01:24 PM Link
To add some context to the discussion about construction of an arch to welcome visitors to Kingman, and the ever increasing estimate of cost, here is how other Route 66 communities addressed the issue. (thank you Rhys Martin for the Tulsa photo) https://kdminer.com/news/2017/dec/07/beale-street-arch-has-lost-some-luster/
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10th of December 2017 05:25 PM Link
Our partners at Grand Canyon Caverns are in the news, again. 😃
10th of December 2017 12:59 PM Link
Well, this is quite interesting
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10th of December 2017 05:36 AM Link
In case you missed this. 🙂 Crazy Ray's Twisted Tee's
10th of December 2017 05:30 AM Link
Here are some great photos from one of our Facebook Lives at Woods Saddlery
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