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Mississippi tourism office produces Adventure Guide

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[September 15, 2007]  JACKSON, Miss. -- Tourism Development, a division of the Mississippi Development Authority, has produced a comprehensive Adventure Guide. The over 300-page publication contains in-depth descriptions, maps, phone numbers, Web addresses, outfitters, guides and other helpful information to make a memorable Mississippi adventure trip.

"Mississippi is a great place if you love the outdoors. Our climate, abundant wildlife and natural beauty throughout Mississippi make our state a year-round destination for outdoor adventure seekers," said Craig Ray, director of MDA Tourism Development.

The Adventure Guide is divided up into different sections so one can focus on the activity most interested in or just to browse through everything. And it's the perfect size to throw in a backpack, dry bag or purse.

The new Mississippi Adventure Guide promises to take Mississippi's visitors and locals to places in the Mississippi outdoors that will excite the most seasoned hunters and anglers and equally appeal to the most avid hikers, bikers, wildlife viewers and other adventures.

"This is a guide to everything Mississippi offers outdoor lovers. Whether you're a novice adventurer or highly experienced at your chosen sport or activity, you will find all the details you need to plan an unforgettable visit to Mississippi," said Mike Jones, manager of outdoor marketing for MDA Tourism Development.

To receive the new publication free of charge, visit the "Outdoors" section of and order online, or call 866-SEE Miss (733-6477).

[Text from file received from the Mississippi Development Authority]

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