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For Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge, TN and Cherokee, NC contact:

Mike Abernathy

For Boone, North Carolina contact:

Brittany Swain

For Maggie Valley, NC, Helen GA and North East GA contact:

Michael Mclaughlin


Sarah Claire

VIC Channel TV 199/Mike Abernathy
Channel 199 Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, and Sevierville,TN
Fun things to do in the Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge area include everything from an aquarium with a spectacular underwater tunnel and a ski resort with year-round ice skating to fascinating museums, go-cart racing and miniature golf. And, of course, one of everybody's favorite things in the Smokies - the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Restaurants here include a myriad of dining choices that offer an abundance of tastes and dining settings. Take in some good, old-fashioned, down-home cookin' with the entire family. Find a romantic hideaway eatery. Discover eclectic international tastes such as Italian, Cuban and Oriental. Let Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge satisfy what you crave.
If there is one thing this area has, it's diversity. Art Galleries. Outdoor outfitters. Mountain woodcarvers and homemade candy stores.  Of course the main attraction here is the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which is the most visited park in the nation.

High Country TV 190/Brittany Swain
Located in Northwestern North Carolina near the Tennessee and Virginia borders, is an area kown as the North Carolina High Country. This area is a wonderful place to visit with four ski resorts in the winter, temperate summers, vibrant springs and beautiful scenery in the fall. Nestled in a breathtaking valley is the hub of the High Country, the town of Boone. Boone, also the home of Appalachian State University, offers scenic country roads, cascading waterfalls, wildlife, and an unsurpassed botanical paradise filled with a plethora of plants matched by few places on Earth. In addition to Boone, the High Country is comprised of a handful of quaint towns and villages filled with world-class shopping, dining, and the nicest folks you'll ever meet.

Maggie Valley Visitor's Information Channel
Maggie Valley, NC
Established in 1808, the 546 square miles of Haywood County include the four towns of Canton, Clyde, Maggie Valley, and Waynesville, all of which are brimming with friendly, small town character. Naturally, with the Blue Ridge Parkway bordering the south and the Great Smokies and Pisgah National Forest on the northern end of Haywood County, the scenery provides unending delight. The grandeur of the mountain vistas is punctuated by 19 peaks rising more than 6,000 feet in elevation. One of these peaks is Cold Mountain, which inspired the national bestseller and movie. Rushing streams provide sparkling clear water, and this area is unique because no water flows into the county; every stream, creek and river in the county originates here. With a full service ski resort, and the natural beauty of spring, summer, and fall, Haywood County is a year-round retreat.

Cherokee, North Carolina
Why do many families who experience a Cherokee area vacation never again vacation elsewhere? Because Cherokee is at the very heart of a four state mountain paradise with thousands of attractions. Not just more than you can see and do in a week, a month or a year but a lifetime of fascinating natural splendors wrapped in the three most treasured brands of hospitality on Earth: Native American hospitality, Southern hospitality and mountain hospitality. The beautiful town of Cherokee is anchored by the world-class  accommodations and games of Harrahís Casino, but beyond the tables and the suites and the unique cuisine are three thousand waterfalls and hundreds of historic sites wrapped in mountains more than a million years old.

Alpine Helen TV 17/TV 99 - Michael Mclaughlin
POB 364
190 white strasse
Helen , GA  30545
Theses videos are the same tourist videos that are being seen by tens of thousands of hotel guests daily from the Visitors' Information Channels TV shows. VIC  provides visitors with interesting facts about each area in an entertaining fashion and offer a glimpse into some of the best tourist destinations in the Mountain South.

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