Destination Spotlight 41 & 114: Baton Rouge

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Listen to our Destination Spotlight on Baton Rouge

 
Jill Kidder, CEO
Visit Baton Rouge
www.VisitBatonRouge.com

For your next travel adventures if you enjoy coffee and would like to experience a fun “Coffee Trail” via a unique Travel Passport to earn a prize, where would you go?  The answer is Baton Rouge, Louisiana!   If you enjoy Museums when you travel, and want to see a full-sized shrimp boat, Louis Armstrong’s bugle and Mardi Gras artifacts all under one roof, where would you go?  The answer is Baton Rouge, Louisiana!  If you enjoy visiting State Capitals on your travels, do you know where you’ll find the Tallest Capitol Building in America?  The answer is Baton Rouge, Louisiana!   If tailgating or game day fun interests you, do you know where you’ll find 1 of the best College Football Towns in the USA?  The answer is Baton Rouge, Louisiana!  When you think of the 18th State in our nation, that was admitted to the Union in 1812 — New Orleans likely immediately comest to mind, but we say a trip to the “Bayou State” must include Baton Rouge!  And during our live broadcast of America’s #1 Travel Radio Show on 14 October 2023, we decided to check-in on the “Red Stick” city to get an update on happenings there with the CEO of Visit Baton Rouge Jill Kidder.  To hear our exclusive “Destination Spotlight”  conversation with her, that aired across the USA via our now 530+ weekly stations broadcast RMWorldTravel with Robert & Mary Carey and Rudy Maxa, simply click on the play arrow immediately following this text …

 

 

 

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Paul Arrigo, CEO
Visit Baton Rouge
www.VisitBatonRouge.com

For our 41st “Destination Spotlight” we turned our focus to Louisiana’s Capital City nicknamed “Red Stick.”  Located in the 18th State in our Nation, admitted to the Union in 1812 — Baton Rouge is a gem of a place located in the heart of Bayou country, and filled with history, an eclectic culture and delicious foods.  It’s also home to LSU’s “Mike the Tiger” and if you’ve never experienced this habitat it’s worth a visit.  In this latest edition of our ongoing series, on 9 March 2019, Paul Arrigo, the CEO of Visit Baton Rouge joined us to share some snippets of what makes his home city a worthy destination for travelers.  From its festivals to unique neighborhoods, we discussed an array of things that engage visitors and you can hear the full interview, now archived on our website here …