Vermont Attractions Association Member Video 10min

Vermont Attractions Association Member Video 10min

Real Estate Tips:
Keep in mind that there are investment opportunities past just traditional stocks and bonds. Commodities are an asset class with both risks and rewards but can provide hedges against inflation. Also look at real estate income trusts to invest into the real estate market without being tied to individual pieces of property. Make sure that any money you invest is done so with a specific goal in mind. If you just want to preserve capital and beat inflation a little, stick with money markets and bonds. If you are saving for retirement far in advance, look for growth stocks. If you want income streams, look for dividend stocks and real estate income trusts.

3 Popular Attractions In Vermont

  • Vermont Teddy Bear Company : Gift shop in Shelburne, Vermont.
  • Vermont Facts

    • Until 1996, Vermont was the only state without a Wal-Mart.
    • Montpelier is the only state capital without a McDonald's.
    • Vermont is a state in the United States of America.
    • Vermont is considered one of the most progressive states in the United States. Vermont was the first state to abolish slavery, grand women voting rights and legalize same-sex marriage.
    Burlington, Vermont
    City of Burlington Church Street Marketplace

    Official seal of Burlington, Vermont

    Official logo of Burlington, Vermont

    Nicknames:

    BTV, The Queen City[1][2]
    Location within Chittenden County

    Location within Chittenden County
    Burlington is located in Vermont

    Burlington
    Burlington
    Location within Vermont

    Burlington is located in the United States

    Burlington
    Burlington
    Location in the United States

    Coordinates:

    44°28′33″N 073°12′43″W / 44.47583°N 73.21194°W / 44.47583; -73.21194Coordinates: 44°28′33″N 073°12′43″W / 44.47583°N 73.21194°W / 44.47583; -73.21194[3] Country United States U.S. state Vermont County Chittenden Region New England Settled 1783 Organized (town) 1785 Incorporated (city) 1865 Government

    Mayor Miro Weinberger (D) •City Council
    Members [4][5]
    • Zoraya Hightower (P)
    • Gene Bergman (P)
    • Joe Magee (P)
    • Sarah Carpenter (D)
    • Ben Traverse (D)
    • Karen Paul (D)
    • Ali Dieng (I)
    • Ali House (P)
    • Perri Freeman (P)
    • Jack Hanson (P)
    • Mark Barlow (I)
    • Joan Shannon (D)
    Area

    City 15.49sqmi (40.13km2) •Land 10.30sqmi (26.69km2) •Water 5.19sqmi (13.44km2) Elevation

    200ft (61m) Population

    City 44,743 •Rank U.S.: 870th •Density 2,900/sqmi (1,100/km2) •Urban

    108,740 (U.S.: 285th) •Urbandensity 1,760.8/sqmi (679.8/km2) •Metro

    214,796 (U.S.: 203rd) Time zone UTC−5 (EST) •Summer (DST) UTC−4 (EDT) ZIP Codes
    05401–05402, 05405–05406, 05408
    Area code(s) 802 FIPS code 50-10675 GNIS feature ID 1456663[3][8] U.S. Highways US 2.svg US 7.svg State Routes Ellipse sign 127.svg Website www.burlingtonvt.gov

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    The Vermont Attractions Association (VAA), founded in 1957, represents Vermont's finest family destinations. Focusing on education as a component of the visitor experience, VAA members statewide meet high standards while offering unusual experiences in the areas of agricultural tourism, art, excursions, galleries, guided tours, history, museums, recreation, shopping, and specialty foods.