Connecticut unveils revamped state tourism website

By Kevin Zimmerman

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The Connecticut Office of Tourism has launched a redesigned and rebuilt website, CTvisit.com, with information on over 4,000 places to visit, stay and eat in the state, along with listings of vacation deals and events.

The revamped site, which took nearly a year to develop and involved the state’s various tourism businesses, local associations and other state agencies, is built on a content management system that allows tourism partners to manage their own free feature page where they can edit their information, post events, add deals, and update images in an effort to keep its content fresh.

“Connecticut now has a state-of-the-art website to support our $14 billion tourism industry, which supports 80,000 direct jobs,” said Catherine Smith, commissioner, Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development, adding that the new site “makes it easy for visitors to find and explore our state’s rich array of destinations, which will help keep tourism a thriving industry in Connecticut.”

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