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Hold that tiger!
When headed to Death Valley for the big game this season make a weekend of it. Leave early and hit the thrill rides at Carowinds theme park. Or get behind the wheel of some serious power at the BMW Performance Driving School. If you're coming up I-85 hit the town in Greenville, SC. This bustling hotspot has garnered national attention for its shops, art galleries and top-notch restaurants.



The city brings its A-game.
At the University of South Carolina game this fall allow plenty of time to explore the city of Columbia's lively downtown. The state capital's Vista area is a former warehouse district transformed into a thriving arts community. Retired textile mills and rustic railroad stations now serve as trendy restaurants and stylish nightspots. And the aptly named Five Points, at the intersection where 5 streets meet, is a lively and eclectic blend of locally owned shops and dining spots.



Football and much more on the coast.
When you're on your way to see the Chanticleers of Coastal Carolina make a slight detour and steal a night away on picturesque Hilton Head Island. Shop charming boutiques and enjoy world-class cuisine. Or take the short jaunt to the beautiful waterfront city of Beaufort, SC and be enfolded amidst the romantic convention of antebellum South.

Arts & Crafts Festival.
Peruse fine arts and crafts while enjoying delicious Lowcountry fare to the sounds of the area's top musicians at the Atalaya Arts & Crafts Festival, Sept. 23-25. Click here to learn more.

Savor the date.
Tickets for the 2012 Charleston Food & Wine Festival are on sale now. The festival, running March 1-4, celebrates the Lowcountry's exceptional chefs and distinguished cuisine.

Weekend Getaway. On us.
Enter to win a quick escape to South Carolina's capital city and discover Columbia – on us.

Shark's Perfect Predators
Limited Time Only! "Sharks" takes visitors beyond the superstitions surrounding sharks and shark attacks – exploring their daily struggle to survive.
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