FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE-The Last Green Valley, Inc.’s (TLGV) comprehensive guide to the 35-town National Heritage Corridor in south central Massachusetts and northeastern Connecticut is now available. The 2013 Guide to The Last Green Valley serves as a resource for visitors as well as residents. The 96-page, full-color publication is packed with an abundance of information including area accommodations, campgrounds, museums, restaurants, shops, farms, services and outdoor activities.
The Guide’s information is complemented by substantive editorial content like Wild Life, Notables and Notorious, Great Hikes and Pedals, Tales from Our Towns, and Major Seasonal Events. It also includes A Day for All Seasons, sample itineraries like “Getting Outside Day” (spring), “Shop-‘Til-You-Drop Day” (summer), “A Day with Nature’s Splendor” (fall), and “A Warm-Your-Heart Day (winter).
“I think this is our best Guide to date. It is illustrated with phenomenal photos from our 2012 photo contest,” said Charlene Cutler, Executive Director and CEO. “We have partnered with over 200 businesses to produce this publication. We hope residents and visitors alike will enjoy it and refer to its pages often.”
Each year TLGV receives 7,000 requests from all across the United Sates and mails out the Guide to The Last Green Valley to promote the region. The publication is also made available at key visitor’s centers throughout Connecticut and Massachusetts as well at The Big E and other fairs. Regionally, the 2013 Guide to The Last Green Valley will be delivered to more than 70 TLGV tourism information rack locations over the next two weeks. A complete list of tourism information racks within the 35-town National Heritage Corridor can be found on the website www.tlgv.org. A copy of the new guide can also be obtained by calling 860-774-3300 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Last Green Valley is a National Heritage Corridor – the last stretch of dark night sky in the coastal sprawl between Boston and Washington, D.C. It includes 9 towns in Massachusetts and 26 in Connecticut. A dynamic nonprofit organization, TLGV is a steward of that special place, working to celebrate our heritage, conserve our natural resources and respect our working lands.
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