Morris County Tourism Bureau Wins Tourism Award For New Website Design For www.morristourism.org
MORRISTOWN, NJ—The Morris County Tourism Bureau, a destination marketing organization that positively affects the economy of Morris County by promoting and encouraging tourism to this area’s exceptional historical, cultural and recreational destinations, has received the New Jersey Governor’s 2010 Tourism Award for its new redesigned website – www.morristourism.org.
According to the N.J. State Department of Tourism, www.morristourism.org exemplifies “the best of the state’s tourism industry.” The award was presented during the 2010 Governor’s Conference on Tourism at the Trump Marina in Atlantic City.
The Governor’s Conference on Tourism is a joint venture hosted by the New Jersey Department of State’s Division of Travel & Tourism and the New Jersey Travel Industry Association.
The award came for the thoughtful, creative and functional design of www.morristourism.org, developed in collaboration with web designers, Giulia Iannitelli from Innovative Marketing Designs and Robert Rosetta, AboutNewJersey.com. The website highlights the many national historic attractions of Morris County including Historic Speedwell, birthplace of the telegraph, the Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms, nationally recognized as a force in the American Arts and Crafts movement and Morristown National Historical Park, home of Jacob Ford, Jr. and the winter encampments of Washington’s army during 1779 and 1780 at Jockey Hollow.
Beyond its historical treasures, the website encourages visitors to plan day and overnight visits to the County’s plethora of award-winning arts and cultural activities at some of NJ’s most prestigious institutions. The website introduces visitors to the area’s professional theatre, art galleries, high-caliber museum exhibits, as well as film, performance art and musical events at its various entertainment venues.
The new website also takes the opportunity to target business visitors to Morris County, a major regional business hub, as well as corporate planners and company officials seeking meeting locations with dramatic historical and cultural offerings.
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- Deidre Schunk
- Information and Office Manager
- Morris County Tourism Bureau
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