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Celebrating the Catfish Festival

09, October 2014: Labor Day is always considered as a big event, with most cities and towns organizing big events in order to honor the workers. While some would settle for barbecues and stakes grilled in their front yard, there are those who would like to celebrate the day with something worth remembering.

In 1983, the small town of Kingsland in Georgia have decided to organize a Labor Day festival. While the food was great and the whole community enjoyed all the festivities, they felt that there was a need to come up with a mascot; which they did – the catfish. From then on, the city celebrated Labor Day with catfish-inspired activities and delectable food including the Southern Fried Catfish. Tourists that come over for the said festival can also enjoy the parades and the exhibits. A number of stores are also set up in order to sell antiques and various crafts.

Tourists interested in enjoying the Catfish Festival can choose from a number of Kingsland GA hotels that litter the area. One of the hotels in Kingsland GA that you might want to consider is the Red Roof Inn.

Guests of the Red Roof Inn in Kingsland Ga can take enjoy a number of amenities including free wireless Internet connection, free continental breakfast, access to the swimming pool, free parking, and free expanded cable. The hotel also allows guests to bring their pet.

If you want more information about the different amenities that Red Roof Inn has to offer, head to http://www.dodbusopps.com/96625/23.htm The site provides a list of activities that you might want to consider when you visit Kingsland, GA. You can also find a quick reservation form at the top of the page.

For Media Contact:
Red Roof Inn Kingsland, GA
1363 Highway 40 East,
Kingsland, GA 31548
Phone: 912-729-1130

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