Connecticut unveiled Fall for Connecticut– an initiative designed to inspire both residents and visitors to get out and experience something still revolutionary in Connecticut this season. The effort includes the Office of Tourism’s first-ever crowd sourced list of 100 places to go, things to do, where to stay, explore and enjoy in the state; getaway recommendations and tips from industry partners, experts and notable residents; along with an opportunity for people to share their best fall photos for a chance to win a Connecticut getaway.
The State thanks the tourism industry partners who contributed to the 100 Ways to Fall for Connecticut. The list, sourced from the state’s social community, industry partners and notable residents, includes seasonal activities from fall day trips to overnight getaways. Travelers can also browse the new 52 Getaways. The list, tips and tools will all be available on CTvisit.com and the State’s social channels.
These efforts extend the launch of Connecticut’s seasonal advertising campaign. The fall creative, that highlights key fall attractions, destinations and activities around the state will be delivered through TV, digital and print executions. The places and spaces in the ads are all included on the state’s list of 100 Ways to Fall for Connecticut, such as exploring the Housatonic River, antiquing in New Milford, staying at the cozy Hopkins Inn and more. DECD will also run business development digital and TV advertising this fall, which will showcase companies committed to innovation, growth and leadership in their respective industries.