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Recent Press

Press hits, or public relations results, are another key component supporting Connecticut tourism partners. Whether it's coverage on a news program, a feature in a travel magazine, a weekly radio round-up or giveaway, PR continues to be a creative and powerful measure for driving tourism. Here are a few examples of how our PR efforts have supported partners:

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Travel & Leisure
Travel+Leisure
USA Today
USA Today
HuffPost
HuffPost
Summer Bucket List
CT Office of Tourism & Fox 61's Summer Bucket List


An average of 800–1,000 partners a year from every corner of the state are featured in public relations efforts.

The Office of Tourism's public relations efforts result in around 1 billion impressions a year.

View recent press releases.

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Recreate classic romantic scenes at these real life movie locations

Travelocity.com

Online article highlighting romantic movie locations.

Published: 2020-01-31

Featuring: Mystic Pizza


CT Winter Bucket List: The American Clock and Watch Museum

WTIC-TV Online

Online article highlighting the American Clock and Watch Museum.

Published: 2020-01-29

Featuring: American Clock & Watch Museum


Tell Me Something Good About Connecticut: National Plan for Vacation Day

WRCH Lite 100.5

Weekly radio and online spot highlighting things to do and see in Connecticut.

Published: 2020-01-28

Featuring: Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo | Goodwin Park | Graduate New Haven | Manor House Inn | Spicer Mansion | The Blake Hotel | Town of Stratford


20 Chefs Dish On 20 Food Travel Trends For 2020

Forbes Online

Online article highlighting food travel trends.

Published: 2020-01-23

Featuring: Town of Westport


Tell Me Something Good About Connecticut: Outdoor Fun/Events

WRCH Lite 100.5

Weekly radio and online spot highlighting things to do and see in Connecticut.

Published: 2020-01-21

Featuring: Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo | Connecticut's Old State House | Elm City Social | Mohawk Mountain Ski Area | Town of Stratford | White Memorial Conservation Center Museum