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From Daytona with Love



TORSH is going on tour this year, and our first stop is in Daytona! And by tour, we mean we will be at FASA Leading for Foundational Learning Conference and AELC Training Camp connecting with early childcare providers, practitioners, and other leaders. Over the years, we’ve been able to invest in this community and hear about the many challenges you’re facing. Especially now as the world tries to move forward from the destruction the pandemic has made in the early childhood education space.

While you’re attending the show for education and inspiration from your peers, it’s important to get out and explore Daytona. With that in mind, our team put together their top five plus must-see and must-do lists in no particular order.


#1 The Beach, Boardwalk & Pier

Who doesn’t love a beach? And when you add in fun activities and yummy food, the Daytona beach area is a good time if you go solo or with a friend!


#2 Shopping

Whether you want to do a little window shopping or pick up something festive from a boutique. There are many options if you explore the shopping district, Volusia Mall, Tanger Outlets, and ONE DAYTONA. Shop till you drop!


#3 Daytona Speedway Tour

While you just missed DAYTONA 500, you should stop by and get a tour. It’s a great opportunity to go behind the scenes of the world center racing epicenter.


# 4 Golfing

The savviest golfers know that Daytona Beach area golf is truly one of Florida’s premiere destinations. There are nearly 20 golf courses to choose from. If you have time, make a special trip to LPGA International, a highly-acclaimed 36-hole facility.


#5 Galleries & Museums

While we have to visit MOAS (Museum of Arts & Sciences) any time we are in town, there is no shortage of places to stop. Explore news collections, see interesting artists, support the local community, and, most importantly, take in the culture.


Bonus Meet with TORSH

Ok, we had to add this in; after all, we are on tour! We’d love to connect with you if you plan on attending FASA and/or ALEC events this quarter.

Stop by our table, or if you want to schedule some time to talk with an EIC specialist today, sign up here.

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