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We knew that: Door County makes Fodors.com 10-best list

5:52 PM, Mar. 28, 2013  |  Comments
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Fodor's, a worldwide provider of travel guides and information, has named Door County one of the 10 Best Small Towns in America.

The announcement came in a story released March 19 on Fodors.com.

In selecting Door County as one of the 10 Best Small Towns in America, Fodor's noted that while Door County isn't technically one town, the county "... is made up of notable small towns, each more charming than the last."

Door County was joined on the list by two other Midwestern locales including Traverse City, Mich., and Galena, Ill. Other well-known destinations that made the list were St. Augustine, Fla.; Sedona, Ariz.; and Provincetown on Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

"We're honored to have been included on this 10-best list from Fodor's," said Jon Jarosh, the Door County Visitor Bureau director of communications and public relations. "Anyone who lives here or has visited Door County knows what a special place it is, and this sort of national recognition gives us a great opportunity to introduce our destination to travelers who have yet to experience the magic that is Door County," he said.

According to Jarosh, a few national media outlets have already picked up the story, and he has heard from others who have seen the story on both the east and west coasts and down in Florida.

For more information visit www.Fodors.com.

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