When you attend the F-16 TCG Worldwide Review in Ogden, you’ll have the opportunity to meet exhibitors and guests during the exposition. International delegations, U.S. Military, and contractors will participate in productive government and contractor briefings during the day. If you are looking for opportunities to increase your business leads, you may man a booth, pass out brochures and marketing material, and take every opportunity to tell others about how your business is supporting the warfighter.
If you are not exhibiting, you are likely still attending the briefings and visiting exhibitor booths to collaborate on innovative support ideas. The F-16 TCG WWR has scheduled multiple social events to bring attendees together for networking in a more relaxed environment.
In the evening, when the last business card is dropped into a giveaway bowl and you’ve finished your last conversation of the day, what are you going to do? Ogden is a great city that is full of entertaining opportunities. If you are looking for something more than just retreating to your hotel room, check out this list we put together below of great entertainment and amusement ideas.
Nightlife – About fifty miles away from Ogden in 1869, the Golden Spike connected the first transcontinental railroad, resulting in Ogden becoming a boomtown. Ogden’s historic 25th Street, is a destination for travelers seeking some of the best food in the state, shopping at more than twenty independent retailers, relaxing spas, art galleries, and or just a great tasting cold brew. Visit Ogden’s 25th Street for Dining, Shopping, and just to Relax/Play
Concert – If you arrive early enough on Sunday afternoon, visit Snowbasin Resort, located approximately 35 minutes outside Ogden, for their Blues, Brews & BBQ event for free live concerts. Enjoy some great tasting BBQ and chill out with one of the several local brews on tap. Snowbasin Sunday Concerts
Walking Tour of Ogden – Grab some exercise and see Ogden on foot. Learn more information about the various tours and see maps of the Walking Tour of Ogden, UT.
Dinosaur Park – Yes, there is a dinosaur park in Ogden and it stays open Monday-Sunday 10 am – 5 pm. Go back in time by visiting the special exhibits and check out their gift shop to find a gift for the kids back home. Dinosaur Park
Union Station – Located at the end of 25th Street, Union Station, a historic train station, contains four museums and two galleries. One of the two museums at Union Station is the Utah State Railroad Museum. Ogden’s Union Station
Hill Aerospace Museum – Ogden, UT is home to Hill Air Force Base. Founded in 1981, Hill Aerospace Museum sits on 30 acres of the base. Hill Aerospace Museum
This short list above does not include everything there is to do in Ogden but provides a great start to several local opportunities. You can follow the links we included below to find even more ‘things to do in Ogden’. Don’t forget, just 45 minutes down the highway from Ogden is Salt Lake City.
Duotech at the F-16 TCG
Stop by Duotech’s booths at 150, 151, and 152 and ask us about radar upgrades for your F-16 and the ARES Radar, the Affordable AESA. Visit our website at TCG.DuotechServices.com to see what we are bringing with us to this year’s F-16 TCG World Wide Review.
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Union Station – Photo by Tricia Simpson