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How Columbia, SC CVB uses Twitter
Active since: Nov 13, 2007 – over 5 years
Columbia Metropolitan CVB: Official guide to Columbia, SC. Tweets about #famouslyhot attractions, restaurants, shops, hotels, meeting facilities, events + more.
KLJamieson: Thanks @wxrykris @wxry and @varholy for having @columbiasc on to chat about #NTTW ! Keep spreading the word about this #famouslyhot region!
Columbia, SC (about 6 hours later): @kljamieson @wxrykris @wxry @Varholy Yes, thanks so much!
WIS...: TRAVEL MATTERS to us in #famouslyhot @ColumbiaSC! #TravelRally #TravelTuesday @TravelSC http://t.co/nzLfZVPya2 http://t.co/sAjB4HCjYX
Columbia, SC (about 4 hours later): @wis10 Thanks so much for the #famouslyhot #TravelTuesday support! Awesome signs!
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How Columbia, SC CVB uses Facebook
Experience Columbia, SC - The New Southern Hot Spot. Find visitor information, things to do and a full calendar of events at www.experiencecolumbia.com.
How Columbia, SC CVB uses YouTube
Most viewed, favorited, commented and rated instructional bowtie video on the web, produced by Columbia Metropolitan Convention & Visitors Bureau. Lucky Levinson of Brittons of Columbia demonstrates how to tie a bow tie. Brittons of Columbia: [LINK] Become a fan on Facebook: [LINK] Follow us on Twitter: [LINK]
Every year in September the Greater Columbia Marine Foundation hosts the largest Mud Run in North America. The race attracts thousands of people from all over the Southeast, the nation and beyond. The Ultimate Challenge Mud Run is over 4.2 miles, and has 30 obstacles that have to be crossed by each team requiring team work and a lot of determination. The 4.2 mile course is an all-terrain race conducted on dirt roads, improved and unimproved trails through the training area. These trails include mud holes, walls, trenches and other obstacles that require swimming, crawling, climbing and jumping. Some people come to compete, but many come just to complete! Last year there were 1800 four person teams that participated in the event, with 3,600 teams that will participate this year! [LINK]
Have you met Columbia, South Carolina yet? Official tourism video for the Columbia region from the Columbia Metropolitan Convention & Visitors Bureau. Attractions ~ Restaurants ~ Hotels ~ Sports ~ Shopping ~ Meeting Facilities ~ and more.
Take some time to explore the abundant natural beauty of the Riverbanks Region in Columbia, SC. Spend an afternoon fishing on beautiful Lake Murray, kayak down one of our three rivers or enjoy a nature walk through nearby Congaree National Park, a breathtaking place which contains one of the country's last remaining stands of old-growth forest, including bald cypress and loblolly pines that reach to 165 feet. The great Columbia outdoors has much to offer the outdoor enthusiast. For more information about Columbia, visit www.columbiacvb.com
There's so much to see & do in Columbia, South Carolina. Riverbanks Zoo & Garden, SC State Museum, Columbia Museum of Art, Historic Columbia, EdVenture Children's Museum, Cayce Historic Museum, Fort Jackson Museum, Lexington County Museum, & more. For more about the region, visit [LINK]
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