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Arizona’s hospitality industry embraces global market

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Arizona has the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley and Sedona, but to promote these natural wonders to international travelers is no walk in the park. To showcase Arizona around the globe, it takes detailed research, strategic planning, effective branding and marketing, a global network of industry professionals — and the power to erase any lingering negativity… Read More →

Kiehl's Since 1851 Arrives in Scottsdale

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by in Beauty | Scottsdale News

The Store Kiehl’s Since 1851, the venerable New York-based purveyor of fine quality skin and hair care preparations, opened its very first retail store in at Scottsdale Fashion Square. Kiehl’s is proud to offer visitors and the Scottsdale community the opportunity to discover the brand’s efficacious skin, hair and body care products, personalized customer service… Read More →

10 Top Arizona Landmarks And Sights

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Despite the typical images of a colorless and dry land that the word “desert” brings up in our minds, Arizona has a lot more to offer than varying shades of brown. Arizona landscapes and sights are unique and often breathtaking. They show the long, rich history of Arizona before buildings and people. Here are the… Read More →

Top 5: Arizona Parks & Monuments (Fall-Winter 2012)

Top 5: Arizona Parks & Monuments, Experience AZ, Fall-Winter 2012

The Top 5 Arizona Parks & Monuments — as voted on by Experience AZ readers: Montezuma Castle National Monument P.O. Box 219, Camp Verde, AZ 86322 (928) 567-3322 nps.gov/moca An enduring legacy of the prehistoric Sinagua. The 20-room stone, timber and adobe dwelling is 80 percent intact, making it one of the best-preserved cliff dwellings… Read More →

Top 5: Arizona Monuments & Parks (Spring-Summer 2012)

Top 5 Arizona Monuments & Parks (Spring-Summer 2012)

The Top 5 Arizona Monuments & Parks — as voted on by Experience AZ readers: Montezuma Castle National Monument P.O. Box 219, Camp Verde, AZ 86322 928-567-3322 nps.gov/moca An enduring legacy of the prehistoric Sinagua. The 20-room stone, timber and adobe dwelling is 80 percent intact, making it one of the best preserved cliff dwellings… Read More →

Monument Valley

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by in Play

Countless photographs, paintings and movies filmed in this area have made the towering sandstone buttes of Monument Valley a universally recognized symbol of the majestic natural beauty of the American West. Wind and water carved away most of a vast layer of rock that once covered this area of northern Arizona and southern Utah, leaving… Read More →

10 Top Arizona Landmarks And Sights

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by in Around Arizona | Lists | Travel

10 Top Arizona Landmarks And Sights Despite the typical images of a colorless and dry land that the word “desert” brings up in our minds, Arizona has a lot more to offer than varying shades of brown. Arizona landscapes and sights are unique and often breathtaking. They show the long, rich history of Arizona before… Read More →

Arizona Launches Innovative Media Campaign To Bring Back Tourists

Monument Valley in Arizona, part of the Arizona Office of Tourism's new marketing campaign - AZ Business Magazine Jan/Feb 2011

Arizona has gotten a bad rap as of late, with the added national backlash from the passage of SB 1070 making it even tougher for the state to climb out of the recession. But the Arizona Office of Tourism is fighting back, and it has only one word for you — monumental. It’s part of… Read More →