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Trashiest Spring Break Destinations!
Trashiest Spring Break Destinations!

Depending on what you’re looking for on your springtime vacation one website reveals places you may want to avoid, or put at the top of your list. CoedMagazine.com conducted some research to find the trashiest spring break destinations, the rankings are based on the number of Hooters restaurants, tattoo parlors, liquor stores and strip clubs in each area along with the percentage of bars with crazy closing times and took into account lackadaisical open container laws. The top five trashiest spring break destinations from most to least are: Las Vegas, Nevada, South Padre Island, Texas, Daytona Beach, Florida, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and Orlando, Florida.

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