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  • Route 66, Midwest culture charm international tourists, study finds

    The culture of Historic Route 66 and Midwesterners intrigue Australians, Europeans and other international tourists particularly, according to a new study of tourism along the 2,400-mile route that connects Chicago to Los Angeles.

    The culture of Historic Route 66 and Midwesterners intrigue Australians, Europeans and other international tourists particularly, according to a new study of tourism along the 2,400-mile route that connects Chicago to Los Angeles.

    Photo courtesy of Bruce Wicks

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      The culture of Historic Route 66 and Midwesterners intrigue Australians, Europeans and other international tourists particularly, according to a new study of tourism along the 2,400-mile route that connects Chicago to Los Angeles.

      Photo courtesy of Bruce Wicks

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      Joy Huang, a professor of recreation, sport and tourism, led the study that focused on understanding the international market of Route 66.

      Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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  • To contact Joy Huang, call 217-244-9716; email joyhuang@illinois.edu