Gear up for new fun in Bowling Green in 2015! Several attractions are making special additions. New major national events are coming to visit! Here’s a list of all the new #gearedforfun happenings in
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Bowling Green is Geared for Foodies as we celebrate Duncan Hines’ birthday month! Celebrate our native travel writer and food critic learning more about his life in Louis Hatchett’s “The Man Behind
Thursday, February 20, 2014 11:26 AM by Telia Butler
Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines and gear up for what’s new in Bowling Green in 2014.
It is certainly the year of the Corvette! America’s favorite sports car was awarded the 2014 North
Our hearts are going out to our Corvette family today as the folks at the National Corvette Museum assess the damage from this morning’s sinkhole incident inside the Skydome. While we are saddened by
Thursday, October 17, 2013 1:33 PM by Telia Butler
It’s all about America’s favorite sports car—its history, how it’s made, what sets it apart from all the rest and being immersed in the complete Corvette experience. The GM Corvette Assembly Plant
June 30, 1953 marked the day that the first of 300 Corvettes rolled off their Flint, Michigan assembly line. It wasn’t your average Tuesday. Few ever envisaged that the car would evolve into an
At last count, Bowling Green has 35 hotels, more than 2,800 rooms, four bed and breakfasts and two campgrounds. The latest lodging buzz is around two of the newest properties that offer unique visitor
Duncan Hines is much more than a cake mix.
He was a man with a vision for higher quality dining in the United States. He was a man who raised the standards for more products than we can name.
You don’t have to spend Bowling Green’s winter months cooped up in hibernation! There’s so much going on with BG’s entertainment and theatre scene that you won’t want to miss.
For instance, how would
Families visiting the Bowling Green and Mammoth Cave, Ky. area often pass right by the landmark yellow dome and red spire of the National Corvette Museum because they assume there’s not much in the