Quincy, Fla. – Today, the Gadsden County Tourism Development Council (TDC) is launching a new website and tourism campaign, highlighting the county’s top activities and attractions.
The newly designed website, eGadsden.com, includes an extensive list of places to stay and things to do, an events calendar, an easy-to-use itinerary-builder and an interactive blog written by Gadsden residents spotlighting local attractions.
“I am really proud of eGadsden.com, because it gives tourists a simple place to go online and find everything they need for visiting Gadsden,” said Jeff DuBree, chair of the Gadsden TDC. “It is updated constantly with new events or places to visit, so there’s always new things to experience.”
From a world-renowned arts center and music theater to family-friendly festivals, Gadsden has something to offer visitors with diverse interests who are seeking an authentic Florida experience.
For travelers looking for an outdoor adventure, Gadsden boasts unique topography and state parks with activities like hunting, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, swimming and skydiving.
The website is as a one-stop shop, featuring detailed information about Gadsden’s abundant natural, historical and cultural assets, allowing visitors to build customized itineraries that suit their individual needs or family interests.
“We want visitors to know that Gadsden is not only an authentic and affordable place to stop over as they are travelling through the state,” said Charles Chapman, Director of Gadsden County Public Works. “It’s also the ideal destination for a weekend getaway.
Along with the new website, the county is unveiling its new image: “Unspoiled. Unexpected.” Gadsden residents are encouraged to participate in the tourism campaign by submitting information about local events and their favorite attractions.
“Our new logo and brand evokes a sense of tradition and encourages people to take a closer look at Gadsden’s natural beauty and historic charm,” said Grace Maloy, executive director of the Gadsden Arts Center. “Gadsden is home to some of the leading art venues in the region and offers diverse opportunities to experience small-town southern hospitality.”
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