The state tourism slogan is “Still Revolutionary”, and there is plenty that revolves around what state leaders hope will be a lucrative fall travel season.
This week, the state launched a new campaign to attract more visitors from near and far called “Fall for Connecticut”.
The Tourism Office sourced the state’s social community, industry partners and some notable residents to come up with the “100 Ways to Fall for Connecticut”, which highlights popular sights and activities in every corner of the state.
“We asked our partners, our social community, we asked a lot of people to give us their ideas about how they feel about Connecticut,” said Randy Fiveash, the Director of the Tourism Office.
Fiveash noted that Connecticut should be considered for any fall foliage trip, “So many people used to be think you had to go north of here to really see the fall but you don’t have to go any further north than Connecticut,” he said.
To see the new list of “100 Ways to Fall for Connecticut” click http://ctvisit.com/dontmiss/details/1275