The Nebraska U.S. Route 6 Tourist Association is a
Not-for-profit IRS 501 (c) (3) "Public Charity"
dedicated to the cultural preservation and economic
development of inner cities, small towns and
rural communities located along the Grand Old
Fed. ID No. 91-2136205
We are on file with the Nebraska Secretary of State as an approved Not-for-profit "Public Charity".
Have to see in-order to appreciate!
(That Special Stop along the 6 in Lincoln, Nebraska.)
Welcome to Shoemaker's Travel Center
(An official Sponsor of the
Please contact us regarding any special community events you would
posted on our web site. Email:
Small Town Law Enforcement
Small Town Cops, a NET News documentary, considers the changing role of police work in Nebraska’s small towns and rural areas. Even in the safest communities where everyone knows everyone else, police are trained to prepare for school shootings, encountering drug traffickers, and facing an increasing number of calls involving mental illness. In Small Town Cops, experienced and newly-trained officers explain what’s changed and why the still believe in serving their communities and keep them safe.
(the video link below 56:39) Small Town Cops - YouTube
Malerie Yolen-Cohen, Travel Writer and Member walking with
Roger Bratt, Webmaster for the Ashland Historical Society.
(Picture by Suzi Nelson, Editor & Mgr. of the Ashland
Gazette - June 13, 2011)
Malerie's book about her Route 6 adventures will
be available this Spring.
Learn about great places to visit, eat and stay
when traveling the 6.
TOMORROW AND BEYOND
Economic Development and Cultural Preservation
“Route 6 was a critical transportation and communications link in the
development of Nebraska and neighboring states. I hope to preserve the
memory of that contribution and look forward to working with the
citizens of Nebraska to make the Cornhusker portion of Route 6 the
central hub of the Association and the extended Route 6 community.”
A major challenge for the Nebraska Association is to create economic
growth in the inner cities, small towns and rural communities.
High school and college students are encouraged to join the
Association’s internship program. There are no Sponsorship dues for
full-time students or active military personnel.
To learn more about the Nebraska Association and how you can become a
sponsor contact us at
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Gretna is the first City in Nebraska to establish Historic U.S. 6 Route sign along the old alignment. 2011 Thank You!!