When America has a need to go somewhere new, a travel agency can fill that need.
That’s what the travel agency Minneapolis was trying to do in the 1980s when it tried to build a new “traveler’s office.”
The idea was to create a place for people to gather, shop, and get help with all their travel needs, including the basic necessities like food and lodging.
But the idea was doomed.
The company closed down after a number of years, but not before it was responsible for a number travel advice and travel booking sites.
It also produced some of the earliest travel booking tools, like the first real-time travel booking app in the world, which was also the first app to feature the iPhone’s camera and GPS as well as a built-in map.
Minneapolis became the first city to create its own, independent travel agency in 1985.
That year, the city had its first national newspaper, the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
In 1986, Minneas city council passed a resolution declaring April 14 as the day to create an independent agency.
By 1987, Minnesotans first independent travel guidebook, Minot Travel Guide, was published.
The next decade saw a series of expansions to the Minneapolis and St. Paul areas, with more than 100 new locations opened.
In 1993, the Minnesota Department of Transportation established its first independent agency in Duluth.
In 1998, the first major airport opened in Minneapolis.
But Minnesots first travel agency was in decline, with the Minneos last agency operating from 1990 to 1995.
In 2006, Minneapolis City Council voted to sell the company to the city’s real estate developers.
The company was later sold to the state in 2011.
But the Minnesoteas biggest failure was its handling of its own travel history.
In the early 1980s, Minneapolis was home to the nation’s first and only independent travel book retailer, the Minneapolis Booksellers Association.
In 1983, the company was renamed Minnesos Bookstore, Inc. in honor of Minneso, the state’s largest city.
The Minnesosite bookstore, which opened in 1990, had been established to serve Minnesotes customers in Minneapolis and the surrounding areas.
But after Minnesosi Bookstore closed in 1986, the business went bankrupt.
In 1990, Minnos Bookstore’s successor, Minos Travel, was established, but the company didn’t survive the merger.
The business went out of business in 1993 and is now owned by a private company.
Today, Minnoos Travel is a separate company.
In 2014, Minnos Travel was purchased by Minnesota Airlines.