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    Get Rolling to Bowling Green for the 2011 POCI Annual Convention!

    Where else can you go spelunking, witness an American icon in the works, go for a twisted ride in the air, and get up close and personal with a historic drag strip all in one visit? Nowhere, other than Bowling Green, Kentucky. Legendary cars, wooden roller coasters, vintage railcars, and underground boat tours drive Bowling Green's ability to entertain and educate visitors. Less than one hour north of Nashville, TN, off I-65 in South Central Kentucky, this small city rolls out a red carpet experience for anyone in search of an opportunity to sample the Southern hospitality of a unique town on the move.

    See where America’s favorite sports cars are born as new Corvettes roll off the lines at the GM Corvette Assembly Plant. Visitors are welcome to witness a behind-the-scenes view of an American dream in the making by participating in a plant tour. Also, explore the world's fascination with the famous sports car at the National Corvette Museum, one of Edmunds’ Top Ten Automotive Museums in the World, which features more than 80 Corvettes on display and many interactive exhibits throughout its 115,000 square foot facility. If all that speed makes you long for days of slower travel, then listen to stories of life on the tracks with the push of a button and climb aboard the restored railcars at the new Historic Railpark and Train Museum, located in the renovated 1925 L&N Depot. Bowling Green also is home to the famous cake-mix king, Duncan Hines, so step back in time to the glory days of the automobile and discover how Hines got his start as a travel writer at the Kentucky Museum’s ‘Recommended by Duncan Hines’ exhibit.

    The core of Bowling Green's uniqueness lies deep within (literally). Lost River Cave & Valley offers a fascinating exploration of the region’s cave system and is home to Kentucky's only underground boat tour on the river that Ripley's Believe it or Not claims is the shortest, deepest in the world. If you prefer higher ground, Bowling Green has that as well. Beech Bend Amusement Park's Kentucky Rumbler is hailed as the most twisted wooden roller coaster in seven states and will take you on a funfilled journey that offers a bird's eye view of the park's 40+ rides and newly expanded Splash Lagoon Water Park. Another breathtaking vista surrounds Bowling Green’s historic house museum, Riverview at Hobson Grove, where Victorian décor and Civil War stories abound. The city offers an entertaining lesson in southern living, history, geography, engineering and agriculture. Amidst the rolling hills of Bowling Green's countryside, you'll find beautiful landscapes and opportunities to experience the area's rural heritage, including Chaney's Dairy Farm, where homemade ice cream and arts and crafts satisfy your appetite for Kentucky-made products. Local harvests are shared at seasonal farmers' markets and high atop one of Warren County’s highest elevations at Jackson’s Orchard. Bowling Green is also home to many one-of-a-kind restaurants that offer a tasteful palate of Bowling Green's rural heritage and its blend of new cultures.

    The headquarter hotel will be the Holiday Inn University Plaza in the Hartland Business District, which has several restaurants within walking distance, both casual and full service. With an indoor pool, fitness center, stunning atrium, and an adjacent golf course, you will feel swept away among these comfortable accommodations. The hotel is rated as a Three-Diamond hotel by AAA, and was a recipient of Intercontinental Hotels Group’s Quality Excellence award. Each guest room is complete with the great amenities you expect from Holiday Inn, including cable TV, high speed Internet access, ergonomic workstations and more.

    Can’t wait to learn more? Then contact the Bowling Green Area Convention & Visitors Bureau at (800) 326-7465 or go online to and get excited about Rolling to Bowling Green next July!
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    Paul Bergstrom
    POCI Club Office Mgr.

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