Content marketing is the practice of developing written pieces, video, photography, infographics and more for the web. Content may live on CTvisit.com, be sent in an email, or be shared across social media platorms, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest. Here are a few of the ways we are using content to promote our partners.
If you had told me that one day I’d be googling “where to dine in an igloo” and bundling up to go eat outside in the dead of New England winter, I would have never believed it, yet here we are! Restaurants, wineries and breweries have really stepped up their game in these “unprecedented times” and given a whole new meaning to the phrase “outdoor dining.” From fire pits to igloos to BYOB (blankets that is!), the following places are all ready and waiting for your arrival. Just don’t forget your scarf, hat, and mask of course.
It’s no secret that the pandemic has turned our lives upside down, including the way we dine, play, and travel – but that hasn’t stopped these businesses from opening new ventures during these difficult times. We’ve rounded up a few of the new experiences that have popped-up in the last year, all of which have been designed with safety in mind. From new Covid-safe dining models to unique ways to relieve stress, check out these new options invented with a little help from Mother Necessity.
Featuring: Aquila's Nest Vineyards | City of Bridgeport | City of Middletown | City of New Haven | NewSylum Brewing | Parkville Market | Sift Bake Shop | Six Summit Gallery | Smash Avenue | The Essex Public Market & Food Hall | The Lloyd | The Vault Virtual Reality | Town of Fairfield | Town of Greenwich | Town of Mystic | Town of Newtown | Young Buns Donghnuts
As they say… we are all Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, so if you are looking for an authentic Irish meal and a properly poured Guinness to celebrate with, we are happy to help steer you in the right direction! And if you would rather earn your beer with a light workout, or even celebrate via a drive-through parade, we have got the details on those options too. Get your green (masks) ready and read on for our best ways to celebrate the season.
Are you long overdue for a fun family outing? I’m not talking about a trip to Target or even a stop at that same playground down the block, I’m talking something unique and exciting that both kids and adults will truly enjoy. Sound good? Read on and then hit the road!
These days tourism can be so much more than ticking a few places off your list. In fact, visitors to Connecticut often seek out lessons, classes and workshops to enhance their experience. No grades or tests, but you (or even your kids) may go home with a new skill, insight or even a handmade souvenir!
Featuring: Black Hall Outfitters - Old Lyme | Branford River Paddlesports, Kayaks and Tours | Captain Morgan's Boat Training & Charters, LLC | City of Milford | Collinsville Canoe & Kayak | Fascia's Chocolates | Fired Up | Florence Griswold Museum | Gold Rush Farm LLC | Grace Farms | Greenwood Glass Blowing Studio Gallery & School | Jones Family Farms | Le Rouge Handmade Chocolates by Aarti | Lee's Riding Stable | Lime Rock Park | Mead Farm | Mystic Seaport Museum | New England Science & Sailing | Painting with a Twist | Spring Meadow Farm | The Wine Press | Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park | Town of Bethlehem | Weir Farm National Historic Site