by LCVB staff member Jerry -Lake Metro

February 2018 Newsletter

Introducing Lake County’s new tourism brand, Remarkable Lake County, OH. The brand was created to highlight our vast intrinsic resources, such as Lake Erie, heritage, and wine region. In addition to the Instagram image campaign; “#RemarkableLakeCountyOH,” the brand campaign includes a concentrated effort to engage the community and focus on 10 primary areas: Agriculture, Attractions, Cities/Villages/Townships, Events, Fine Arts & Education, Heritage, Lodging, Outdoors, Restaurants, and Wineries/Breweries & Distilleries.
Remarkable. Lake County, OH introduces its Brown Bag Gathering series February 13, at the Kirtland Temple. Brown Bag Gatherings is a six-part series to invite tourism stakeholders and interested parties to learn about specific areas of tourism. Series topics include Heritage Tourism, February 13, noon, Kirtland Temple, April is Wine Tourism, June is Outdoor Tourism, August is the importance of Event hosting, October includes our Lodging partners, and December will be a photo show of posted images as part of the #RemarkableLakeCountyOH photo wave Instagram campaign.  .

Join the Wave!
While experiencing these moments and exploring the tourist spots of Lake County we invite all to share these images on Instagram and tag #RemarkableLakeCountyOH. In addition to random images, the Visitor’s Bureau will be announcing a photo theme for each month. At the end of each month the Visitor’s Bureau will award a $25 (Lake County) prize to the “best” image. Whether you’re traveling to different restaurants, bars, outdoor activities, or simply shopping in Lake County OH, we want to see your pictures! Do not be shy—show us why touring Lake County OH is so enjoyable and why your experience should be seen by us, as well as many others.
Read more here..

Grand River Valley Madison
Welcome Area Water Tower

“After nearly five years in limbo, the future is finally looking brighter for the dilapidated water tower at the Interstate 90/State Route 528 interchange in Madison Village. The 90-year-old, 128-foot structure has finally found salvation at the doorstep of dismemberment, thanks to one Lake County official’s vision and the cooperation of the village it calls home and four Northeast Ohio organizations.” Read more here..

Arts and Culture Fund Grants

The purpose of the Lake County Visitors Bureau Arts and Culture Fund Grants Program is to provide grants for the presentation of high-quality arts and cultural events that further regional impact of, and public awareness of, arts and culture in Lake County, OH. Grants are provided for projects or event to be held between May 1, 2018 and April 30, 2019. To apply or learn more about Arts and Culture Fund Grants refer to:

Lake County Community BBQ

August 2018 the Lake County Visitors Bureau will host the 2nd annual community BBQ; look to the sky’s (newsletter) next month for more details about this exciting event.

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