Revamped Website Celebrates Merrimack Valley Tourism

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Lowell, Mass. (April 25, 2014) – The Greater Merrimack Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau unveiled its completed redesigned website on Monday, April 21, 2014. The new site offers a comprehensive overview of the region, with enhanced search functions and dedicated sections for dining, lodging, event planning and special areas of interest.

The new site showcases a huge range of attractions to appeal to any visitor, including sports, museums, parks, shopping, health spas and more. Whether a visitor is planning family vacation, wedding or corporate meeting, the site offers recommendations to make every event a success.

In addition to attracting tourists, the bureau hopes to attract repeat visitors to the site with an ever-changing listing of fairs, festivals, and exhibits that will appeal to local residents as well as those visiting from further away.

“The Greater Merrimack Valley is such a vibrant region,” says Deb Belanger, executive director of the bureau. “We needed a website to highlight everything we have to offer, and we think this new site delivers. It makes it easy for users to find what they’re looking for—and maybe a little something extra that they didn’t even think about.”

About the Greater Merrimack Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau

The Greater Merrimack Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau (GMVCVB) enhances the economic fabric of the Greater Merrimack Valley by marketing the region as a destination for leisure travel, meetings and conventions, trade shows, special events and group tours. As one of 16 legislatively recognized Regional Tourism Councils in Massachusetts, the GMVCVB works with the other councils and the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism to promote the Commonwealth and increase the number of overnight visitors to the region. Tourism is the third largest industry in Massachusetts, generating over $12 billion in revenue annually.

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Greater Merrimack Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau

Deb Belanger, Executive Director or 978 337 0108

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