For Immediate Release
Contact: Lea Filson, 508-245-6003, email@example.com
DESTINATION PLYMOUTH COUNTY ANNOUNCES NEW NAME
Destination Plymouth County will rebrand to ‘See Plymouth’ in time for its new See Plymouth 2020 Commemorative Guidebook
Plymouth, MA (January 1, 2020) – Start looking for See Plymouth signs around and about the county and town of Plymouth. That is the new name and look that the boards of tourism for the town of Plymouth and the Plymouth County CVB have decided to use going forward. Instead of Destination Plymouth County, the new name will now match the organization’s website URL.
“It only makes sense to use the same name to prevent confusion for our visitors and local residents,” said Jim Saunders, President of Plymouth County Development Council, the organization that runs Plymouth County CVB. “We also like the cleaner looking logo that simplifies who we are.”
New materials will go along with the new look including a new guidebook and a new easier to use website. Once completed, the new 2020 Commemorative Guidebook will be sent to every resident of Plymouth and sent throughout the County. Along with the guidebook that will include information on the town of Plymouth and Plymouth County, a series of See Plymouth Mini-Maps will also be offered.
“We hope everyone will like the new look, easier to use website and mini-maps,” said Executive Director of See Plymouth, Lea Filson. “It is all being prepared in time for the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower voyage and founding of Plymouth.”
Guidebooks and Mini-Maps are scheduled to be available by April 2020. They will be available in both the See Plymouth Waterfront Visitors Center, and the state Visitor Information Center at route 3, Exit 5, as well as at hotels, restaurants, and attractions.
Destination Plymouth board President Kevin Martin is encouraged that a new simplified way to promote tourism is happening. “Tourism includes both visitors and the support of the local community, and we think all those who invest in tourism will be happy with our new name.”
For more information or tourism materials, stop by 134 Court Street – Plymouth, MA 02360, call 508-746-0100, or go to SeePlymouth.comhttp://www.seeplymouth.com/
About See Plymouth
See Plymouth is a Destination Management Organization for Plymouth, MA and Plymouth County, MA. It is responsible for promotion of the town and region as a travel destination. It fully markets the town of Plymouth as a vacation destination and provides and ensures optimal visitor services. It is one of 16 Regional Tourism Councils (RTC) in the Commonwealth, working in conjunction with the MA Office of Travel and Tourism, a state agency under the umbrella of The Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development. See Plymouth operates the Massachusetts Visitor Center located at Route 3, Exit 5 in Plymouth and the See Plymouth Waterfront Visitor Center in the Town of Plymouth. www.SeePlymouth.com; www.twitter.com/seeplymouth; www.Instagram.com/seeplymouth; www.YouTube.com/SeePlymouth. Facebook.com: search Destination Plymouth County.