New Blog Launched for Black Hills Travelers
October 15, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel NewsPIERRE, SD (Oct-2007) - Travelers have a new Internet resource to help them get acquainted with the Black Hills and plan their trips to the region. The Black Hills Travel Blog, located at http://www.blackhillstravelblog.com, went online in a soft launch last week. The blog is updated six times a week with feature-style articles, personal travel experiences, site profiles and practical tips that are meant to foster interest in the region among travelers and help them plan vacations to western South Dakota. The posts are written by Black Hills residents and avid travelers, including published travel writers.
The site is backed by several regional travel organizations, including the Black Hills Air Service Task Force, Deadwood Chamber of Commerce, the Rapid City Convention & Visitors Bureau, Black Hills Central Reservations, the Custer Chamber of Commerce, the South Dakota Office of Tourism and the Black Hills, Badlands & Lakes Association. The site was created by Deadwood-based TDG Communications.
Readers can subscribe to the blog's feed by RSS or e-mail. The feed is published by FeedBurner, and can be accessed at http://feeds.feedburner.com/TheBlackHillsTravelBlog.
The Black Hills are a mountain range in western South Dakota and eastern Wyoming. The four granite presidents of Mount Rushmore National Memorial, the sheer cliffs of Devils Tower National Monument, the eroded bluffs of Badlands National Park, and Harney Peak, the highest point in North America east of the Rocky Mountains, are among the region's more dramatic locations.
For more information, contact:
Dustin Floyd, TDG Communications - 605.722.7111, firstname.lastname@example.org