Ed and I will be driving to Arkansas and Tennessee beginning early in April. I will be presenting internet marketing workshops for rural business owners in seven communities all over Arkansas and four in southwestern Tennessee.
I need your help.
We seek out little towns doing something special that other small towns should to know about and possibly copy.
As usual, we are planning a trip that will take us down the Blue Highways of the United States and through as many small towns as possible.
Places like Columbia Falls, Montana and their First Best Place project.
Or small business owners who are doing an exemplary job like Jack in Goldendale, Washington.
Or chambers of commerce that are doing a fantastic job of marketing or customer service like Enderby, British Columbia, Canada.
Our itinerary will take us through Nevada, the southwestern corner of Utah, Navajo country in Arizona, New Mexico from the northwestern corner to Albuquerque and on to Clovis.
We’ll go through the center of the panhandle of Texas, and much of southern Oklahoma before reaching Van Buren, Arkansas, location of our first internet marketing workshop on April 16th.
I love driving into a community without any advance knowledge or information and discovering local delights on my own.
But for this trip, we’re on a schedule. So we’re open to suggestions. Do you know of a small town along the route I’ve outlined, that is a must see?
Do you know of a business in a small town along that route that is so outstanding that others can learn from their best practices?
Please, if you do, leave a comment here. And those of you who are too shy to leave comments, drop me an email. The email address is located on my About Page.
Our return trip is open to suggestion.