Spring is right around the corner, which means warmer weather, more time outdoors, spring break and summer vacations not too far away. It may still be a little too cold outside to take a trip to the beach or an amusement park, but it is not too early to start planning the trip. 
  {mosimage}Throughout the winter months, many of us sit bundled up in our living rooms imagining ourselves in a warmer setting. We want to go to the beach, spend the day on the boat, take the kids to the amusement parks and just be out and about. The ultimate questions we often ask ourselves during these cold months are where do we want to go and what do we want to do? The annual Tickets and Tours Travel Extravaganza is the perfect event to get all these questions, and more, answered.
  The fair features vendors from some of the most popular vacation spots and attractions all along the east coast. You can visit booths and talk with the various representatives about what they have to offer. After stopping at a few booths, you are certain to have all the information you need to make the best decision about your upcoming getaways and summer vacation.
  There is more to the 17th Annual Travel Extravaganza than simply information gathering. There will also be prize drawings throughout the event. You can win weekend getaways, tickets to amusement parks, gift bags, discount coupons and much more. The 2009 Travel Extravaganza will be held on Thursday, Feb. 26, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., inside the Officers’ Club at Fort Bragg. 
  If you plan on taking a vacation or even just getting away for a long weekend, stop by the Tickets and Tours Travel Extravaganza to discover the many places you can go and things you can do.
  For more information, please call 396-TRIP/TOUR.

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