February
17

For Immediate Release

Contact: Tammy Johnson
Branson Tourism Center
417.334.4400
TammyJohnson@BransonTourismCenter.com

Branson Business Receives International Competition Award Presented in Mexico

Branson, MO – Branson Tourism Center’s Graphics Department was recently recognized when their Main Street Lake Cruises brochure was named a first-place Regional Winner in the International Association of Professional Brochure Distributors 2013 International Best Brochure Competition.

From a possible field of more than 19,000 brochures representing the Association membership, entries were narrowed down to a list of 73 in Mexico City. These nominated brochures were then evaluated through competitive comparisons using specific criteria.

The attractive, user-friendly brochure contained the most useful information about the yacht cruise, dining, and marina operation, while showcasing the natural beauty and wildlife of the Branson area; wildlife that includes American Bald Eagles.

Main Street Lake Cruises is conveniently located at Branson Landing adjacent to historic downtown Branson, Missouri. They offer a variety of lake cruises for groups or individuals, including romantic Dinner Cruises, beautiful Sunset Cruises, historic Sightseeing Tours, as well as Holiday Cruises and Special Events like the popular Cruise with the Stars.

For more information or to schedule a cruise, please visit www.mainstreetlakecruises.com or call
877-38BOATS (2-6287).

For more information on services provided by Branson Tourism Center, visit www.BransonTourismCenter.com or call 800-990-2024.

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