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Calling all 2014 Coshocton County events

| August 6, 2013

COSHOCTON – It’s time to send in your 2014 events to the Coshocton Visitors Bureau (CVB) for possible free inclusion on the visitors bureau website (www.VisitCoshocton.com)  and other free event listings available in magazines, newspapers, online and other media.

Jan Myers, Director of the Coshocton County CVB, would like to see as many of Coshocton’s festivals and events included in the various outlets she has available to help promote Coshocton County.

“We are interested in any event that would draw visitors to Coshocton County as well as those that are of local interest,” said Myers. “It is helpful for our office to know about festivals or events going on in the county since we often get calls from event organizers asking if there is anything going on a particular weekend to avoid conflicts before making their plans.”

Myers adds that the sooner she has information about an event, the more likely she is able to help promote it.

“We have to send many of our event listings out a year in advance to be considered for publications,” she said. “We have been pretty successful in the past few years at getting Coshocton featured in numerous top publications because we get the information out in a timely manner.”

Send your 2014 event information to the Coshocton Visitors Bureau by Wednesday, Aug. 21, in the following format:

  • Event name
  • Event location and physical address
  • Contact name, phone, email
  • Date (s) and times of event
  • Admission/parking charge
  • Website if available
  • Brief description of the event (one to two sentences is fine)
  • Photos (preferably digital) if available

Mail or e-mail your event information to The Coshocton CVB, 401 Main St., Coshocton, OH 43812 or [email protected]. You can also drop your information off at the CVB office located at 401 Main St. For information, call 622-4877.

 

 

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