The Seneca County Chamber of Commerce announced the release of its 2020-21 visitor guide and digital flip-book this week.
The publication is dedicated to promoting tourism in Seneca County and the Finger Lakes region.
“We are very proud of this commemorative edition,” said Chamber President Jeff Shipley. “It not only helps market the area as a premier visitor destination, but it also celebrates the important contributions that our community has made to the women’s rights movement.”
The 64-page magazine is considered the ultimate resource for visitors to Seneca County, as it highlights an array of things to do and places to stay in the local area. According to a 2019 tourism study for the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance, Seneca County was found to be the most visited county in the region, making tourism promotion vital to the local economy.
In addition to providing visitors with an overview of the top visitor attraction categories, the guide features a full directory of dining, lodging and recreation-based businesses. It also features information on the community’s largest annual events and festivals.
One of the most unique sections of the guide includes profiles of local, modern-day women in tourism. The information is meant to provide the audience with a better appreciation for the local area and highlight some of the personalities that make our area a great place to live, work and visit. Included with each profile is also a vignette of a historical woman, who made an important contribution to the women’s rights movement in a similar field of expertise.
The Official Seneca County Visitor Guide is available at many of the area’s visitor centers and information kiosks. It is also available for electronic download or viewing at www.discoverseneca.com. For more information, contact the Chamber at (315) 568-2906 or email firstname.lastname@example.org