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Tourism Group Names Azalea Festival Top Event

By Staff Reports, posted Feb 15, 2019
The Southeast Tourism Society recently named the N.C. Azalea Festival one of the group’s Top 20 Events in the Southeast for April this year.
 
The festival, which this year falls on April 3-7, features more than 30 events attended by several hundreds of thousands, according to organizers.
 
Georgia-headquartered Southeast Tourism Society is a nonprofit group that promotes travel and tourism in 12 Southeastern states. Officials pick 20 events per month to spotlight, and the list is published on the websites for Southeast Tourism Society and Travel Media Press Room.
 
“The Top 20 Festival and Event Program is celebrating 34 years of spotlighting the best festivals and events in the Southeast,” Monica Smith, president and CEO of the Southeast Tourism Society, said in the announcement.
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