Adams County was well represented at the recently concluded Cincinnati Travel, Sport and Boat Show which ran from Jan 15-24.
Approximately 5,000 brochures, maps, event calendars and Adams County Visitor and Community Guides were distributed from the booth.
“Awareness about Adams County is up considerably in the Cincinnati market,” according to Tom Cross, Executive Director of the Adams County Travel and Visitors Bureau.
“It’s interesting to hear to what people are inquiring about, camping, cabins, hiking, Serpent Mound, the Amish Community, the Wheat Ridge Herb Festival, Jack Roush Day and of course deer hunting were the subjects most often asked about. It seems that everybody loves Adams County.”
Cross credits the awareness to the award-winning marketing the Bureau has been doing with the Cincinnati area TV stations for the past three years.
“Attendance appears to be up significantly for the Cincinnati Travel, Sport and Boat Show,” said Cross. “There were good crowds every night and being there talking to potential visitors really gives one the sense of what brings people to Adams County.”