Knoxville, TN – Visit Knoxville and the Knoxville Chamber are pleased to announce the release of the 2016 Knoxville Visitors and Relocation Guide. The flip-book guide, produced for a second year in partnership with the Knoxville Chamber, has a print distribution of 225,000 copies and is available in digital form at visitknoxville.com and knoxvillechamber.com
The 2016 guide focuses on the 225th Anniversary of Knoxville. It includes feature stories on the History of Knoxville and Knoxville’s Diverse Diversions. Additional stories focused on Knoxville’s Outdoor, Music, Culinary and Brewery scenes can be found in the Visitors section of the guide. The Relocation section includes additional information on healthcare, education and Knoxville’s phenomenal quality of life. Readers will also find maps and stings for attractions, restaurants, hotels, shops, entertainment and museums. li
“This guide just keeps getting better as Knoxville grows and we have more great stories to tell our visitors and potential residents,” says Kim Bumpas, President of Visit Knoxville. “This venture with the Knoxville Chamber is a win-win as this guide provides numerous reasons why Knoxville is a great place to visit and live.”
“We are very proud to once again partner with Visit Knoxville on this important publication. As the marketing agents for the city and county, it only makes sense for the Chamber and Visit Knoxville to partner on a publication that not only attracts visitors to the area, but also provides them with valuable information about living here,” states Mike Edwards, President/CEO of the Knoxville Chamber.
The Visitors and Relocation Guide will be distributed free to the 14 Welcome Centers across the state of Tennessee as well as area satellite locations including the Downtown Visitors Center at 301 S. Gay Street, the Outdoor Adventure Center, UT Visitors Center, the Market House on Market Square and the Knoxville Chamber.
Visit Knoxville (Knoxville Convention and Visitors Bureau) is the official CVB for the City of Knoxville and Knox County. Visit Knoxville is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, private company that works together with the community, business leaders and local and state government to further develop Knoxville as a premier leisure, meetings and travel destination.
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