2011 Enchanted Mountains Activities Guide Advertising

News from Tourism, Posted on Wed, 09/08/2010 - 10:10am

Be a part of promoting the Enchanted Mountains of Cattaraugus County in Western New York! Tourism is the fastest growing industry in New York State. Increase your exposure to visitors by advertising in the Enchanted Mountains Activity Guide, the largest marketing tool for Cattaraugus County.

Cattaraugus County Department of Economic Development, Planning and Tourism is seeking advertisers for the 2011 Enchanted Mountains of Cattaraugus County Activities Guide now in production. A minimum of 165,000 new guides will be printed for distribution in our major market areas. It will contain at least 48 full color pages. The guide will once again highlight our county with a thematic layout of its assets, attractions and events.

In addition to the two rest areas in Bemus Point and Allegany, we have a far-reaching distribution that includes Toronto, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Buffalo Niagara Region, Rochester, Chautauqua County, as well as locally in businesses around the county. We attend over 20 shows that highlight our guide as well as the Erie County Fair and the New York State Fair. Guides are mailed to all who request them from our website www.EnchantedMountains.com and to those that respond to the county’s advertising which is placed in strategic locations within our target market area.

Our guide reaches a large portion of the traveling market, so your advertising dollars are well spent, and it costs just a fraction of a penny per issue to have your name before hundreds of thousands of potential tourists and residents.

Sizes for advertising include full, half (horizontal), quarter and eighth page. Advertising in the Enchanted Mountains of Cattaraugus County Activities Guide is restricted to tourism related businesses and attractions. The county reserves the right to refuse advertising for any reason.

For more information and to receive an advertising packet, please call Deb Opferbeck, Tourism Specialist at 716-938-2242 or Becky Smith, Tourism Assistant at 716-938-2307.

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