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Is the ROUTE 66 ADVERTISER  going GREEN?
YES, we are.  And why not?
We love The Mother Road, but we also love Mother Earth.
By publishing the ADVERTISER Online, we hope to eliminate the use of
tons of newspaper and the gas it takes to deliver the magazine along the Route.
Saving our natural resources helps the planet we live on!
Reaching our readers around the world and saving our sponsors money is also a good thing!
I’d like to recognize all the great publications and persons behind them that have brought the Historic Mother Road to her present popularity. Books, videos, tour guides, maps, state and local tourism guides, Route 66 Associations of state and national level and abroad publications and organizations as well.

My first few years of traveling the Route and trying to document and learn as much as I could, found me toting my satchels of Route 66 videos, guidebooks and maps with me on all my trips. This I did so I wouldn’t miss a thing. It also helped to share knowledge with other travelers I would run into and exchange sites that they visited on their journeys. It never hurts having the pictures of icon places, proprietors, writers and artists with you when you run in to them for autographs as well.

I subscribed to the Route 66 Magazine, published by Paul & Sandi Taylor, and had the pleasure of running into them on my first couple of road trips. I mentioned previously how essential it is to carry the “Here It is” Map Series with you. Thanks to Jim Ross and Jerry McClanahan for that. More recently we learned of the Route 66 Pulse on our mission trip (last January) for the Route 66 Advertiser. The Pulse is published by Jay Bernhardt and Assoc. Publisher Jason Bernhardt. They have a phenomenal staff and support group that will surely keep you as well as all interested in what’s going down on the Route. With all this said, subscribe to a few today, learn what interests you and maybe you’ll join some organizations as well or contribute in you own way. There’s plenty of road out there for all to enjoy. Join a group and find some unity with the Mother Road and all the mentors and proprietors, large and small, that have helped form the most historic highway in the world.

As for us at the Route 66 Advertiser, we look forward to more contributions of news, editorial, stories, and photos of the old road that you or a loved one experienced recently or in years gone by. We like it to be known as well that we offer free promotional commentary news etc. for nonprofit groups and organizations. Accordingly featured is each of the Route 66 State Associations in this guide, and more recently news from the National Parks Service & Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program. “Reuniting the Children of the Mother Road” is our mission and we encourage you to subscribe to our paper or just pick it up free all along the Route and patronize the small Ma & Pa places that you’ll find in the guide.

Jim Michalec
Cruise On In To The Star Motel & Restaurant
Here is a stop to target on your Route 66 travels for whatever it is that brings you to Pulaski Country. It may be nearby attractions in Waynesville or Fort Leonard Wood, home to the U.S. Army’s Engineers School. On the other hand, it might be something as simple and silly as a green giant frog perched on a hillside overlooking Route 66 travelers in near by Waynesville. The Star Motel and Restaurant has been a family-owned business for years. The new owner is living up to the traditions of this great stopping place and at the same time, making it meet the new requirements of today’s travelers. Wireless Internet is now available in all rooms as well as the lobby. The restaurant is owned and operated by the motel owner, and he has renovated the kitchen and still serves homemade styled meals. They also have a daily breakfast special of two eggs, bacon, hash browns and toast or biscuits for $4.19, served from 6:00 am to 11:00 am. A snack shop is located right in the lobby, for those of you that might arrive late. There is a nice outdoor pool that the whole family will enjoy and best of all it’s located right on Old Historic Route 66. Therefore, whether you have time to stop for the night or just a great homemade meal at the restaurant, the Star Motel and Restaurant have you covered. They offer daily, weekly, and monthly rates; as well as group, military, and contractor discounts. The restaurant is open seven days a week, and the motel has non-smoking rooms available, and microwaves and refrigerators. So, cruise on in to the Star of Route 66.
Here is our Logo/emblem for our club "Route 66 Corvette Cruisers" and our web site address is Rt66corvettecruisers.com  We started our club in January 2007 with a goal to hold events, cruises, car shows and parties to enjoy our Corvettes and the fellowship of other car enthusiasts.  We choose our club name due to the fact that Route 66 is located right here in our home area linking the Tri-states together. The history of the old historic highway has many memories and our club wanted to create new memories traveling together on Route 66.  Many people associate the old highway with Corvettes....so what better name could we have chosen.   We have taken some trips on the old Route 66 highway and are planning several more in the future. We will be happy to place your web site link on our club's web page for people to visit. Thank you for your interest in our club and helping promote the historic Route 66! Sincerely yours,Mike Highley President of the Route 66 Corvette Cruisers Club417-438-4427 mikehighley@hotmail.com

Here is a stop to target on your Route 66 travels for whatever it is that brings you to Pulaski Country. It may be nearby attractions in Waynesville or Fort Leonard Wood,
home to the U.S. Army’s Engineers
School. On the other hand, it might
be something as simple and silly as
a green giant frog perched on a hill-
side overlooking Route 66 travelers
in near by Waynesville.
The Star Motel and Restaurant has been a family-owned business for years. The new owner is living up to the traditions of this great stopping place and at the same time, making it meet the new requirements of today’s travelers. Wireless Internet is now available in all rooms as well as the lobby.
Cruise On In To The Star Motel & Restaurant....our featured new advertiser!
The restaurant is owned and operated by the motel owner, and he has renovated the kitchen and still serves homemade styled meals. They also have a daily breakfast special of two eggs, bacon, hash browns and toast or biscuits for $4.19, served from 6:00 am to 11:00 am. A snack shop is located right in the lobby, for those of you that might arrive late. There is a nice outdoor pool that the whole family will enjoy and best of all it’s located right on Old Historic Route 66. Therefore, whether you have time to stop for the night or just a great homemade meal at the restaurant, the Star Motel and Restaurant have you covered. They offer daily, weekly, and monthly rates; as well as group, military, and contractor discounts. The restaurant is open seven days a week, and the motel has non-smoking rooms available, and microwaves and refrigerators. So, cruise on in to the Star of Route 66.
St. Robert / Waynesville, MO.... home to Fort Leonard Wood, US Army's Engineers School