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Passport to Your National Parks Companion Guide: Southeast Region (Passport to Your National Parks Companion Guides)by Randi S. Minetor
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The coveted Passport stamp - the symbol of the Passport To Your National Parks® program, one of the most successful and enduring customer affinity programs ever to emerge from a marketing executive's desk - has moved from its humble beginning as a souvenir of happy National Park travels to become a goal in itself. Today, more than 1.3 million families own the little blue book that developed into a national pastime, and more than 100,000 of these books sell in National Park bookstores every year.
So successful is this program that there are now nearly 1,500 stamps available in the 388 U.S. National Parks! This collection of Passport To Your National Park Field Guides will tell you exactly where to find them all, extending the pleasure of your travel experiences by taking you beyond the entrance of each park and into areas you might never discover on your own. You'll see more of each park, you'll gain a better understanding of why the U.S. Department of the Interior preserves these natural, historic and cultural places, and you'll come home with a sense of accomplishment and a burning desire to hit the road again as soon as possible - because there are more stamps out there, more places to see, and more two-lane blacktop roads to conquer.
Everything you need to know to find your way to every Passport cancellation stamp throughout the National Park System in the Southeast.
PASSPORT TO YOUR NATIONAL PARKS® COMPANION
This comprehensive book is the first guidebook to tell where to find 191 Passport To Your National Parks® cancellation stamps at more than 70 National Park System sites in Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Included are the exact locations of each stamp--many of which are hard to find--with detailed directions and stamping tips, as well as interpretive content to help collectors enjoy each national park visit.
About the Author
Randi Minetor is an avid Passport stamp collector, having personally traveled to more than 225 properties in the National Park Service system and collected hundreds of cancellation stamps. Through her communications and public relations firm, she helped produce Passport Explorer, "big brother" to the best-selling Passport To Your National Parks® Passport book.
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