The fourth group of Sell Your Way to the USA incentive winners are back from exploring Grapevine, Texas and the highlights of Oklahoma state. The three Kiwis had a tasty time sampling wine (of course!) and more in the US states, flying American Airlines Premium Economy direct from Auckland to Dallas Fort Worth.
Sell Your Way to the USA winners Kate Moriarty and Lee Rabbidge from Infinity Holidays and NZ Travel Brokers’ Karen McIntosh hosted by Grapevine Convention & Visitor Bureau’s Madelyn Winter and David Taylor and Oklahoma Tourism’s Todd Stallbaumer. Here’s what they got up to.
Giddy up in Grapevine
The itinerary commenced and concluded in Grapevine, the host city to the gateway of Dallas Fort Worth International Airport.
On arrival, the trio began their trip with a walking tour of the Historic Main Street District and Grapevine Main Station.
The Sell Your Way to the USA itinerary included wine tasting at Bingham Family Vineyards, Messina Hof Winery, Cross Timbers Winery and a unique craft brew tasting experience at Hop & Sting Brewing Co. along with pickleball at Chicken N Pickle.
The group also saw Grapevine’s newest attraction, Meow Wolf’s The Real Unreal art exhibition, visited Historic Nash Farm, walked Grapevine’s Art Rock Trail and explored Fort Worth’s historic Stockyards.
More than OK in Oklahoma
Then it was off to Oklahoma, just one hour’s drive north to the state border from Grapevine.
In Oklahoma City, they toured the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum, the First Americans Museum and the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.
The trio also explored Stockyards City and ate great steaks at the iconic Cattlemen’s Steakhouse.
En route to Tulsa, the Sell Your Way to the USA incentive winners enjoyed Route 66 road-trip highlights, Pop’s Soda Ranch and the Round Barn of Arcadia.
Tulsa’s vibrant music scene came alive with tours of the Bob Dylan Center, Woodie Guthrie Center and the Church Studio.
The group also checked out Greenwood Rising Black Wall Street History Center, the Oil Barons & Underground Tulsa tour and the Choctaw Cultural Center in Durant.
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