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Pawhuska, Oklahoma, went from a ‘ghost town’ to a thriving tourist hub thanks to ‘The Pioneer Woman’ — here’s what it’s like to visit

Pioneer Woman

A Food Network show is transforming a small town in Oklahoma.

In 2011, the Food Network aired the first episode of “The Pioneer Woman,” starring Ree Drummond. The show, which was based on Drummond’s popular cooking blog, quickly turned Drummond into one of the most beloved personalities on the network.

Now, a small town near Drummond’s family’s ranch is reaping the benefits of the star’s success.

Pawhuska, Oklahoma — a small town with just 3,600 residents — attracts up to 15,000 visitors a day thanks to the success of “The Pioneer Woman,” Thrillist’s Khushbu Shah reported. Tourists flood read more >>>

Source : BusinessInsider.Com

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