New Tourism Website for
Gettysburg and Adams County
All Your Gettysburg Travel Information
(1/10) The Gettysburg Convention & Visitors Bureau, the
official Tourism Promotion Agency for Gettysburg and Adams County, PA, launched
their new destination website, www.gettysburg.travel earlier this year. The new
site was designed by Connelly Design Studio located in Gettysburg,
The Gettysburg Convention & Visitors Bureau (GCVB)
launched under the .travel domain as a way to elevate the Bureau from other
Gettysburg websites. .travel is the Internet top level domain exclusively
dedicated to businesses, organizations and individuals in the travel and
tourism industry. Updated daily, the GCVB provides current and upcoming events,
information on tours and attractions, dining, shopping, and accommodations. The
website also offers specialized maps, a growing photo gallery, news, and a
brief overview of area history.
New to the gettysburg.travel website is a Trip Builder
function, allowing a user to create and save an itinerary for their planned
visit to Gettysburg and surrounding Adams County. The site also features a
packages section and a listing of current specials available. Visitors can
still visit the site to request a Visitor Guide to be sent to their home.
Visitors can also sign up to receive an electronic newsletter, "Destination
Gettysburg" that will launch in the first quarter of 2007.
Group Tour Operators and Leaders as well as Meeting and
Convention Planners will find a special entry on gettysburg.travel. The new
site aims to help drive these groups to the specific tools they will need to
plan their visit to the Gettysburg area. The Media as well will find a special
section. News releases, facts and figures, as well as high resolution images
are available online for journalists to use.
"The new website incorporates everything we heard
visitors wanted," said Norris Flowers, GCVB President, "it is always evolving
to provide the best information in the best format. Connelly Design Studio has
done a fantastic job helping us bring to life the site we wanted and needed."
For additional information on www.gettysburg.travel and
the Gettysburg Convention & Visitors Bureau, please contact Stacey Fox at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on planning a visit to Gettysburg or surrounding Adams
County, visit www.gettysburg.travel or call 800-337-5015.
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