Why Drive the Byway

In response to a request from some local tourism business owners, the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association has put together a one-page flier called, ‘Why Drive the Byway’.  The colorful flier answers the questions that visitors frequently ask, such as:

 

What is a byway?

Are there 'Paul Bunyan things' along the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway?

Are there things to do with our family along the route?

If we just want to take a drive, will we be able to see lakes?

Where are the big pine trees?

The flier is meant to be a partner piece with the popular Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Tour Map/Guide.  The free guide gives further details about sites along the route, shows the location of the byway towns and provides an easy to follow driving map.

Designed by JM Plein Consulting, ‘Why Drive the Byway’ picks up the signature Paul and Babe look that has now become familiar to so many through other byway projects also designed by Pleins, such as the interpretive panels and the byway website. The flier is available as a pdf to any area organizations, businesses or individuals. To get your copy, contact the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association.  Provide your name and email address.  ‘Why Drive the Byway’ is a great resource to have if you’re a resident responsible for entertaining visitors, a business answering customers’ questions or an organization supporting and promoting the area.

To join the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association or to donate toward the byway's many community projects, download a membership form. Or join online.

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Published Date: 
Saturday, March 1, 2008
Published By: 
the Lake Country Echo