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Brochure reveals ‘What to See and Do on I-22’

DECATUR – The Alabama Mountain Lakes Tourist Association has released a brochure highlighting attractions, waterfalls, murals, festivals and hotels/motels located along Interstate 22 in North Alabama.

The new “What to See and Do on Interstate 22” brochure spotlights 36 places to see and experience either along or within a short distance of the interstate in Blount, Cullman, Franklin, Marion and Winston counties.

The brochure is a four-page handy guide to some of the best places in North Alabama to visit, festivals to experience, must see waterfalls and murals as well as accommodations found along or within a short drive off I-22. Each listing contains a detailed description, address, phone number and website so travelers can easily start planning their next adventure.

“I-22 serves as a Birmingham to Memphis expressway, cutting across rural areas in northwestern Alabama,” said AMLA President and CEO Tami Reist. “This stretch through North Alabama may appear rural, but there are plenty of things to see and do, so we want to encourage everyone to stop, stretch and explore.

“We hope the new brochure will serve as a handy guide to what is offered in the North Alabama region along I-22 and will encourage those traveling through the area to return for more visits.”

A copy of the brochure is available for download at www.northalabama.org, pickup at the AMLA office at 402 Sherman Street in Decatur or by calling 800-648-5381.

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