White horse at hitching post at dawn

Kenton, Oklahoma

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BRAND USA COUNTS AMONG ITS OVER 900 INDUSTRY PARTNERS, INCLUDING THESE Oklahoma ORGANIZATIONS:

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Organizations and Partners

Brand USA’s operations are supported by a combination of non-federal contributions from destinations, travel brands, and private-sector organizations plus matching funds collected by the U.S. government from international visitors who visit the United States under the Visa Waiver Program.

SOME OF THE MANY WAYS BRAND USA PROMOTES Oklahoma

United Stories: Let's Visit Oklahoma
Take a look into some of the unique and vivid attractions that make Oklahoma a must-see state.

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United Stories: Roaming the Roads of Oklahoma
Oklahoma isn’t only a destination, it’s a journey. Follow the Litas, a global community of women who share the love for two wheels, across the vast roads of Oklahoma, and see how desert, forests, lakes and cityscapes come together on this epic road trip.

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Partner Testimonial
Sandy Price, Vice President of Tourism Sales, Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau, talks about how Oklahoma benefits from Brand USA.

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Partner Testimonial
Maria Swindell Gus, Executive Director, Visit Bartlesville, talks about how Oklahoma benefits from Brand USA.

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Oklahoma Sports and Recreation
Oklahoma contains 35 different state parks, which offer myriad opportunities to get out and explore the wonderful outdoors. While you’re there, catch the Oklahoma City Thunder, one of the NBA’s best teams. Every year the Red Earth Festival showcases Native American life from across the United States.

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Inspiration Guide
Brand USA's 'Travel USA' Inspiration Guide helps U.S. destinations attract visitors from the most valuable international markets through a smart mix of online and print exposure.

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Visit the USA
Oklahoma lies at a unique crossroads – not just because it’s practically in the middle of the USA, but also because of its fascinating mixture of Western history, Native American culture and genuine Southern charm.

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Visit The USA: The Blue Whale of Catoosa
Hugh Davis built the Blue Whale of Catoosa for his wife as a 34th wedding anniversary present in 1972. Since then, the smiling whale has greeted visitors cruising down Route 66 and has become a major hub for visitors passing through Oklahoma.

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Visit The USA: Take an All-American Road Trip on Route 66 in Oklahoma
Ready the playlist: Oklahoma is a state you’re going to want to visit by car.

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Visit The USA: Cowboy Culture Across Oklahoma
The cowboy is one of the most iconic symbols of United States Western culture, dating back more than two centuries. The folklore hero is alive and well in Oklahoma, where visitors can learn how the humble cattle herder and ranch hand became larger-than-life figures, permeating pop culture through novels, poems, songs and movies.

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A MORE COMPREHENSIVE SUMMARY CAN BE FOUND ON OUR Oklahoma Fact Sheet

Brand USA partners with Oklahoma to market the state to international visitors with programs in four broad categories: the USA campaigns, cooperative marketing, traveltrade initiatives, and media relations that promote the entirety of the USA to, through, and beyond the gateways throughout the world!

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