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Originally Posted by Teamdarb View Post
Generally, in the circle which I am in, many folks start chat aiming for either southern Texas or any place below Okeechobee, FL. I have also noticed the migration depends on social media exposure as well. This probably explains the Arizona reference. The last two years folks have been trekking to northwestern Arkansas due to the agressive mountain bike ads. That place will always have a stigmata tough to beat. Now with the recent changes in government the normal places have lost much of their star struck appeal. I have heard this year the place to be may be Nevada.
How does social media exposure play a part? And what stigma does NW AR that is tough to beat even though people are going there?
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