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Experience AZ Digital Issue

Experience AZ: Spring-Summer 2013

ARIZONA PACKS ADVENTURES FOR EVERYONE, EVERY DAY

Michael Gossie, Managing Editor
Ten years after moving to Arizona from upstate New York, people still ask me what I like the most about living in the Grand Canyon state. My answer is always the same:

“I haven’t had to shovel snow once since I moved here.”

But if I lived a couple hours north, the yearly snowfall would give my home turf in upstate New York a run for its money. That is what makes Arizona great: Where else can you get a sunburn in Scottsdale and ski in Flagstaff on the same day?

Arizona offers something for everyone, every day.

From hiking and biking to shopping and spas, Arizona provides the opportunity for experiences that create memories that last a lifetime.

That’s what Experience AZ is all about. We want to guide you the the greatest adventures and experiences to make your visit to Arizona one that you will never forget. Based on votes from our readers, we have listed the five best dining experiences, tours, attractions, and places to visit in a variety of categories.

Want to know my personal fab five Arizona adventures? Hiking to the waterfalls of Havasupai. Running the P.F. Chang’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon. Relaxing at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain. Going to the Scottsdale Culinary Festival. And when friends visit, I always take them to Los Dos Molinos.

So get ready for the adventure of a lifetime. And use Experience AZ to guide you to a visit or vacation that will make you want to come back time after time to keep crossing the must-see hot spots off your Top 5 lists. And when you find a favorite, be sure to vote for it by visiting ExperienceAZonline.com so others can share in your amazing memories.

Michael Gossie, Editor in Chief

Michael Gossie, Editor in Chief

 

Experience AZ: Spring-Summer 2013:
Best of Arizona. Your Guide To The Top 5.

Experience AZ Magazine Now Online

Traveling To Arizona Just Got Easier With Experience AZ Magazine’s New Website

Experience AZ Online, Home Page

Celebrating its debut last week, ExperienceAzOnline.com is designed to help local and out-of-town travelers plan their Arizona itineraries with its unique “Where to Eat,” “Where to Stay” and “Where to Play” features.

Experience AZ Magazine took to the web on June 1, 2011 by launching ExperienceAzOnline.com, a 24-hour resource for everything that is uniquely Arizona. The website blends the trusted resources of Experience AZ Magazine with the convenience of the Internet.Experience AZ Online, City Page, Scottsdale, Ariz.

ExperienceAzOnline.com was designed to meet the overwhelming demand from readers for an up-to-date, easily accessible online guide to Arizona.

One of the key features of the website is that it breaks Arizona down into regions — Central, South, North, West and East. Cities within those designated regions feature listings on “Where to Eat,” “Where to Stay” and “Where to Play,” as well as up-to-date weather reports and upcoming events in the area.

Experience AZ Online, Home PageOn ExperienceAzOnline.com you’ll always find articles, blogs and timely deals and travel offers exclusive to Experience AZ. Visitors to the site can even share their Arizona experiences by submitting blogs, photos and more.

From the desert to snow-capped mountain ranges, discover everything Arizona has to offer. When planning your next Arizona adventure, visit ExperienceAzOnline.com!

For more information, contact, AZ Big Media at 602-277-6045.

 

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About Experience AZ:

Experience AZ is an annual tourism publication listing places to see, stay and play throughout the state of Arizona. The publication has been printed since 2005 and has a circulation of 35,000 state wide.  Experience AZ is published by AZ Big Media. AZ Big Media also publishes AZRE: Arizona Commercial Real Estate, Scottsdale Living, Ranking Arizona, Arizona Business Magazine and People to Know. It also hosts the Arizona Home & Building Expo and the Scottsdale Home, Art & Garden Show.

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