LINCOLN, Neb., 2016-Aug-15 — /Travel PR News/ — The Official 2016 Fall/Winter Nebraska Travel Guide is now available to those looking to explore the state. This is the first time, the Nebraska Tourism Commission has produced a Fall/Winter Travel Guide, allowing the publication to provide more date targeted opportunities and show out-of-state tourists that Nebraska is nice, year round.
The Fall/Winter guide is filled with beautiful photography of the state, great information, and is endorsed by Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts, who wrote a welcome letter to visitors in the front of the guide. Ricketts said, “Each year visitors just like you discover the unique attractions Nebraska has to offer. On behalf of the people of Nebraska, I encourage you to explore our growing state, and we hope you enjoy everything it has to offer.”
Nebraska Tourism Marketing Director, Angela White said, “The guide is a helpful tool for travel planning and also provides exposure to Nebraska’s amenities and attractions throughout the state. Inside, travelers will find features on the state’s western heritage, historical sites, music and sports venues, outdoor adventures, art museums/galleries and more. It is also filled with a variety of listings for things to see and do, restaurants and places to stay, like campgrounds, bed and breakfasts and hotels.”
Tourism is Nebraska’s third largest industry and generates more than $4.5 billion in expenditures. The industry employs nearly 45,000 people statewide. The free 128-page Fall/Winter Guide can be ordered at VisitNebraska.com, where an online version can be viewed too.
The top ten states requesting Travel Guides in 2015:
8. New York
For more information about travel, events and unique destinations in Nebraska, order your free travel guide today at VisitNebraska.com. Then stay connected with Nebraska Tourism on our Visit Nebraska Facebook page, on Twitter, on Pinterest and on YouTube.
The mission of the Nebraska Tourism Commission is to expand Nebraska’s dynamic and diverse travel industry making it more viable by creating awareness, attracting increased visitors which results in greater tourism revenue and economic gain throughout the state. To learn more, go to VisitNebraska.com.
SOURCE: Nebraska Tourism Commission