Question: What does baseball and North Dakota "Champagne Music Maker" Lawrence Welk have in common?
Answer: The 1-2-3.
April brings warmer temperatures, longer days and the excitement of long weekends spent across North Dakota. Ample hiking, biking and kayaking pursuits exist for the outdoor adventurists. History buffs can lose track of time at significant landmarks and museums around the state. North Dakota’s cities welcome visitors to explore their unique shops and galleries and to eat in their restaurants. So, get busy planning your North Dakotan summer adventure.
April in North Dakota is a happy time: Snow is melting, temperatures are rising and locals are eagerly anticipating the warmer months ahead. Gardeners and yardwork lovers can choose from several home shows to learn more about the latest in lawn and garden. Spring fever brings people out and about for live entertainment like a concert or the circus. April represents a fresh time of year and with that comes the desire to learn something new, like maple tapping or photography. Come find your version of fun in North Dakota this April.
Bismarck, N.D. – North Dakota Tourism today shared results from a Strategic Marketing and Research Insights study evaluating the effectiveness of the 2016 creative campaign and marketing promoting tourism in North Dakota.
Findings by the Indianapolis-based company show tourism advertising influenced 354,000 non-resident trips and visitor spending of $328.3 million through incremental and repeat trips. Further, non-resident visitors contributed $18.7 million to North Dakota’s tax base.