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Clint Gesling had a wonderful opportunity to discuss Brunswick’s upcoming Wildcat Catfish Tournament, August 7, on Catfish Weekly
Visit the Wildcat Catfish Tournament for more information and help spread the word by liking us on Facebook.
Not a fisherman, visit Brunswick that weekend to see the boats and some HUGE catfish. While you are in town, leave plenty of time to visit the unique shops and enjoy some fabulous dining in downtown Brunswick.
Check out the broadcast at the following link:
“I am embarrassed to say that I have lived in Richmond, Mo for twenty plus years and this was my first visit to your town. It was absolutely delightful. Great places to shop and great places to eat but most of all —- great people! Everyone I encountered was so friendly and nice without exception. What really impressed me was the pride of the people of your community for their town. I had the privilege to spend some time visiting with the owner of the dime store and the lady at King Hill. I learned about the town and about pecans. The afternoon went so fast. I don’t usually send notes like this but I wanted to let you know what a pleasure it was to visit Brunswick. I will most definitely be back.” Linda P
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Experience the unexpected in Brunswick. The people of Brunswick have put passion into action and are creating a town that has become a destination.
You’ll find a variety of unique offerings in their shops, delicious tastes in their restaurants and people who are genuinely glad to share the day with you. At every turn you will find an excellence and attention to detail that you might only expect to find in the “big city.”
Once you see what Brunswick has to offer, you will want to come back and explore this charming town time and time again. Spend some time in Brunswick – it is worth your time, because the people of Brunswick have made it worth theirs.