– 21 – Visit VermontTourismNetwork.com for more information about Vermont and these businesses. NORTHERN VERMONT Vermont Teddy Bear Company Shelburne Join our fun-filled Vermont Teddy Bear factory tour and see how the best Bears in the universe are made. We'll take you behind-the-scenes where you'll see first-hand howwe hand craft our legendary Bears with love – from cutting their fur to stuffing themwith 100% recycled stuffing. After the tour, you can browse our magical Bear shop and make your very own Friend for Life®! Vermont Teddy Bear is conveniently located on Route 7 in Shelburne, approximately seven miles south of Burlington. Dates of Operation: Open year-round, extended hours in the Summer through Columbus Day. Closed on Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter, Independence Day and New Year's Day. Early closings on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve. Plan on spending about 1 1/4 hours touring and shopping. Group Policy and Rates: $4.00/adults, $3.00/seniors, children 12 and under free. Advance reservations recommended for groups of 10 or more. Driver and escort complimentary. Handicapped-accessible, ample coach parking. Contact: Vermont Teddy Bear, 6655 Shelburne Rd. (Rte 7), Shelburne, VT 05482 • 802-985-3001 email@example.com • www.vermontteddybear.com AttrActiOn Burke Mountain Hotel & Conference Center at Burke Mountain East Burke Have you ever seen the sun from East Bowl in the morning? Or touched the icy waters of Lake Willoughby. Have you biked down Mountain Road at first light? Or heard the brooks roaring in the spring. If you’ve done any of this, you’ll get it. If you’ve never been here, maybe you never will. Our four-season adventure hub provides endless outdoor adventures as well as exquisite indoor amenities to enjoy. We invite your groups to experience East Burke, Vermont. One of the greatest gifts of our little corner is the natural beauty and infinite opportunity for experience. Whether you like the outdoors or indoors, winter, summer, spring, or fall, our knowledgeable staff can point you in the right direction. From skiing our 50 trails and glades, mountain biking over 100 miles of trails on or around Burke Mountain, hiking Mt. Pisgah, snowshoeing, paddling, swim-holing, paragliding….well, you get the point. There are a million little experiences to be had here in the “Last Little Corner of Vermont”. Resort Amenities Contact: Group Sales, Burke Mountain, 2559 Mountain Road, East Burke, Vermont, 05832 • (802) 626-7400 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.skiburke.com lODging • Restaurant/Pub/Café • Retail/Arcade/Fitness Center • Outdoor Heated Pool • Ski-in/ski-out • Downhill (lift-serve) Mountain Bike trails or cross-country mountain bike trails on Kingdom Trails • Guided Nordic skiing, snow- shoe, kayaking, hiking, historic discovery hikes, hang gliding, fishing, ice climbing, snow mobile, paddle boarding.