County Visitors’ Association Makes Things Easy For Tourists

From Potter County Today

More people than ever turn to the internet to plan their vacations, register for accommodations or map an itinerary. Those targeting Potter County have everything they need right at their fingertips. In partnership with local businesses and state officials, the Potter County Visitors Association operates a fully integrated website. PCVA is also taking advantage of internet-based “social networking” for low-cost, modern promotion.

PCVA Executive Director David Brooks said the organization has battled through state funding cuts and other economic challenges to partner with statewide and regional groups in making things as easy as possible for anyone looking to visit Potter County. The website is at visitpottercounty.com.

Anyone looking to visit Potter County can learn about snowmobile trail conditions, music festivals and special events, lodging, dining, local attractions and more. “Our website allows a visitor to map his itinerary, book a room, obtain discounts from a local gift shop and learn about local history, all online,” Brooks said. With U.S. Route 6 cutting through the heart of Potter County, PCVA has linked its site with the Pa. Rt. 6 Tourist Assn. and the Pennsylvania Wilds state tourist initiative.

Article courtesy of the Potter County Commissioners.


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