The 2017 Official Winston-Salem Visitor Relocation Guide Just Released

The 2017 Official Winston-Salem Visitor Relocation Guide Just Released

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2017-02-24

 Visit Winston-Salem recently published the 2017 Official Winston-Salem Visitor & Relocation Guide.

This year's guide was produced in partnership with Pace Communications - well-respected throughout the industry for the former USAirways in-flight magazine and visitor guides including Santa Barbara and Hilton Head. 

"This year's guide is a comprehensive destination magazine with strong editorial and images showcasing Winston-Salem's spirit of innovation, culinary arts, rich culture, and our vibrant downtown," said Richard Geiger, president of Visit Winston-Salem. 

Approximately 100,000 copies of the 72-page Visitor Guide are given to visitors already in market and consumers considering a vacation or relocation to the Winston-Salem area. The guide is provided to area hotels and attractions, visitor welcome centers throughout North Carolina, and Visit North Carolina's international offices in the U.K., Canada and Germany. 

The Visit Winston-Salem Convention and Sports sales staff also distributes the guides to key meeting planners, group tour operators and sporting event organizers at industry trade shows and as a result of sales calls. On the leisure marketing side, the guide is included in press kits for regional and national journalists, in addition to being distributed at media missions along the East Coast and in Canada.

The 2017 Official Winston-Salem Visitor & Relocation Guide will also be available to preview online at VisitWinstonSalem.com.

To request a box(es) of visitor guides please contact Sara Mecham, senior visitor information specialist, at 336.728.4205 or email her at Sara@visitwinstonsalem.com

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"This year's guide is a comprehensive destination magazine with strong editorial and images showcasing Winston-Salem's spirit of innovation, culinary arts, rich culture, and our vibrant downtown," said Richard Geiger, president of Visit Winston-Salem. 

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Winston-Salem is centrally located in North Carolina between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean beaches. It is easily accessible by car via Interstate 40, Business Interstate 40, Interstate 77, Interstate 85 and U.S. Highway 52. Scheduled air service is available through Piedmont Triad International Airport just 20 minutes east of Winston-Salem. Accommodations range from bed and breakfasts to luxury hotel rooms. For more information on Winston-Salem, call toll free 866.728.4200; go to visitwinstonsalem.com; or stop by the Winston-Salem Visitor Center, 200 Brookstown Avenue in the historic Brookstown Mill area just south of downtown Winston-Salem.

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Contact

Marcheta Keefer
Director of Marketing & Communications
Visit Winston-Salem
336.728.4211
Marcheta@visitwinstonsalem.com

Brittany Norton
marketing and media representative
Visit Winston-Salem
3367284229
brittany@visitwinstonsalem.com

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