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Don’t miss these sites along the Natchez Trace

‘COME SEE US’ – The MBJ’s annual Meetings, Conventions and Tourism magazine (Spring 2014 edition)   PHARR MOUNDS, milepost 286.7, are a prehistoric Native American site built between 1 and 200 AD, making it about 2,000 years old. There are eight mounds on 90 acres. These mounds built by Native Americans during the Middle Woodland […] [...]

Rocky Springs: Walking the Trace in the footsteps of ghosts

 ‘COME SEE US’ – The MBJ’s annual Meetings, Conventions and Tourism magazine (Spring 2014 edition) There is something intriguing about ghost towns, and Rocky Springs in Claiborne County is no exception. The town site off the Natchez Trace Parkway exit at mile marker 54.8 on the southern end of the Parkway is very popular with […] [...]

5 must-see places to visit in Natchez

‘COME SEE US’ – The MBJ’s annual Meetings, Conventions and Tourism magazine (Spring 2014 edition) Historic Homes Natchez is all about history and its preservation. There are more than 1,000 structures listed on the National Register of Historic Places and a dozen or so designated as National Historic Landmarks. The gorgeous antebellum homes are remarkably […] [...]

Natchez Grand Hotel is in the heart of the city’s history

‘COME SEE US’ – The MBJ’s annual Meetings, Conventions and Tourism magazine (Spring 2014 edition) The Natchez Grand Hotel and Suites opened in March 2008 and is considered the downtown convention hotel, located right across the street from the Convention Center, which opened a few years earlier. The Natchez Grand Hotel at 111 Broadway Street […] [...]

There are stories behind those stops on Tamale Trail

by Becky Gillette Published: March 27,2014

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‘COME SEE US’ – The MBJ’s annual Meetings, Conventions and Tourism magazine (Spring 2014 edition) Hot tamales aren’t just good to eat, but represent a rich Southern food tradition. That is why the Southern Foodways Alliance, which is part of the Center for the Study of Southern Culture at the University of Mississippi in Oxford, […] [...]

The Tamale Trail: All roads lead to Greenville

‘COME SEE US’ – The MBJ’s annual Meetings, Conventions and Tourism magazine (Spring 2014 edition) Some folks from out West might question how it is that Greenville is known as the Tamale Capital of the World. After all, generally areas of the Southwest and Mexico are better known for tamales. But there is a long […] [...]

MELINDA DUFFIE: Don’t let vacation derail your fitness routine

by Frank Brown Published: March 27,2014

Tags: Come See Us, fitness, Melinda Duffie, vacation

‘COME SEE US’ – The MBJ’s annual Meetings, Conventions and Tourism magazine (Spring 2014 edition) Do you struggle with continuing your exercise program and eating healthy when you are going on vacation? You are not alone! Most people find it difficult to integrate change into their schedule on a daily basis let alone when they […] [...]

Two new casinos like the odds on Mississippi Gulf Coast

UPDATE APRIL 2: Two proposed Coast casinos miss financing deadline ‘COME SEE US’ – The MBJ’s annual Meetings, Conventions and Tourism magazine (Spring 2014 edition) Two new casinos are on the horizon for the Gulf Coast; good news for the sluggish gaming industry and the state’s economy in general. Scarlet Pearl Casino Resort will be […] [...]

Convention destination areas have their own offerings

‘COME SEE US’ – The MBJ’s annual Meetings, Conventions and Tourism magazine (Spring 2014 edition) Casinos on the coast, The King in Tupelo, the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, the Capitol in Jackson — each of Mississippi’s visitor destinations has something uniquely its own to offer meetings and conventions participants. The Mississippi Gulf Coast […] [...]

International Ballet Competition – Schedule and Tickets

by For the MBJ Published: March 27,2014

Tags: International Ballet Competition

‘COME SEE US’ – The MBJ’s annual Meetings, Conventions and Tourism magazine (Spring 2014 edition) INTERNATIONAL BALLET COMPETITION RETURN TO JACKSON IN JUNE IBC MEANS NUMBERS, POSITIVE IMAGE FOR STATE TOURISM USA IBC Schedule June 14 Opening Ceremony: 7:30 p.m. Parade of Nations & Performance by Complexions Contemporary Ballet. June 15-18 Round One: Competitor performances, 2 […] [...]

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