In Adams County, we know that tourism is big business, bringing in more than $670 million in visitor spending, generating $130 million in tax revenue and supporting more than 7,500 jobs.
Destination Gettysburg is celebrating National Travel & Tourism Week with a variety of events and programs to increase awareness among the community, elected officials and the thousands of workers in the industry.
In celebration of National Travel & Tourism Week, Destination Gettysburg has a variety of programs and events planned for the week, including:
On Monday, May 2, Destination Gettysburg and its members will help the "From the Ground Up" crew and take to the streets of Gettysburg. We'll all meet at 8 a.m. in front of the Majestic Theater. Sign up today!
Emergency Services Recognition
Throughout Tourism Week, the staff at Destination Gettysburg will deliver cookies to police departments in Adams County, Pa., as a "Thank You" for the work they do to make our destination a safe place to visit.
Power of Tourism Luncheon
On Wednesday, May 4, Destination Gettysburg will host a luncheon for elected officials and countywide stakeholders as a way to build relationships and advocacy among countywide offices, organizations and other groups that can benefit through an understanding and partnership with the tourism community.
On Friday, May 6, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., lunch is on us! Come out to the Destination Gettysburg's office on West Middle Street and join us for a free cookout, with a live remote broadcast from Froggy 107.7. There'll be food, entertainment and prizes. Bring your co-workers, bring your friends, bring family - bring anybody.
Destination Gettysburg will also use National Travel & Tourism Week as a way to promote the impact of tourism through social media, media relations and other communications.
For more information on National Travel & Tourism Week events and programs in Adams County, Pa., email Donna White, Director of Member Services at email@example.com.