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We send two emails a month to consumers who have requested information on seasonal topics, activities, and events. It's just one more way we are effectively reaching our audience with compelling content.
Approximately 100,000 consumers get our emails each month
About 20,000 consumers open each mailing
Emails link to one to six different articles, deals and events
Overview: I wanted to make sure you saw our latest email announcing our new Tourism Insights: Tips for Recovery program. This is an important, proprietary program designed to give Connecticut restaurants, hotels, attractions, and events data-driven ideas to improve business now.
Overview: The end of fall is fast approaching — have you made the most of the season? Luckily, there’s still time to safely enjoy Connecticut’s fall favorites. From hard cider sipping to foliage hiking, small town shopping to rope swinging, here are 31 things to do this November.
Overview: Halloween may look different this year, but we can still get into the spooky spirit, safely! All month long, Connecticut towns are offering safety friendly experiences unlike any from years past. From drive-thru musicals and pumpkin mini golf, to tours that’ll give you goosebumps, here’s how to enjoy tricks and treats in 2020.
Overview: The air is getting crisp, leaves are beginning to change, and the perfect fall is calling — and can be found right in Connecticut! From foliage fun to pumpkin picking, autumn adventures to fall flavors, wineries and breweries to Halloween haunts, here's how to find the quintessential New England fall, all in one state.
Overview: This year’s Big E may be cancelled, but your Connecticut Building favorites are still on! We’ve created a brand-new Connecticut Building experience so you don’t have to be on the fairgrounds to savor the Big E’s best treats.