National Travel & Tourism Week 2020

National Travel & Tourism Week 2020

For Distribution:

May 4, 2020

 

Contact: Ashley Chenault

443-988-2557

achenault@qac.org

 

Queen Anne’s County Department of Economic and Tourism Development

Celebrates National Travel & Tourism Week

The Queen Anne’s County kicks off National Travel and Tourism Week (May 3 – 9, 2020). We are excited to celebrate the small businesses, attractions, restaurants, and historic sites that serve as economic drivers and support the economy of Maryland.

The official theme for National Travel and Tourism Week (NTTW 2020) is The Spirit of Travel Cannot Be Broken. So this year, in acknowledgement of NTTW 2020, Queen Anne’s County Office of Tourism celebrates the week with the tagline #QACPROUD. We are thankful to employers and employees that provide visitors and residents with experiences that can only be found in Queen Anne’s County.

Included below is a social media itinerary in SALUTE to the hospitality sector. Follow the #QACPROUD industry party on our official social media platforms.  @VisitQueenAnnes

#SpiritofTravel #VisitQAC #VisitQueenAnnes #QACPROUD

 

Kent Narrows Waterfront AerialTuesday, May 5, 2020 QACPROUD: Attractions & Best Kept Secrets Queen Anne’s County is a lifestyle that always feels like vacation. Appreciate the tranquility of the waterfront views, hearing the sounds of nature and the miles of pastoral landscape.Follow along as we virtually highlight iconic attractions around Queen Anne’s County.

close up of young boy on kayak

 

 

 

Wednesday, May 6, 2020 QACPROUD: Outdoor Adventures

We take pride in describing the Stories of the Chesapeake Heritage Area as “Maryland’s Tastiest Catch.”  Whether you are a catching a fish, crab, bird sighting or a sunset, there are so many ‘flavors’ to satisfy the appetite of an outdoor enthusiasts. Bike the Cross Island Trail, charter a boat or kayak the Kent Island and Corsica River Trails – the Chesapeake Bay makes for an awesome playground!

Thursday, May 7, 2020 QACPROUD: Chesapeake Country National Scenic Bywaymother and daughter at visitor center observation tower

#DidYouKnow The Chesapeake Country National Scenic Byway celebrates life on the eastern shore? The Byway links together some of the region’s (Cecil, Kent & Queen Anne’s Counties) most unique resources – its working landscapes, waterfronts historic towns, recreation sites, natural areas and provides travelers with opportunities to learn about the areas rich history and culture. Follow the byway virtually or visit the website Click HERE Cruise along as we take you on the ultimate virtual road trip. #RoadTrippinThursday

view of chesapeake bay beach club from fire pit with blue sky

 

Friday, May 8, 2020 QACPROUD: Pop-up Vacation

Start planning a STAYcation now! Our waterfront hotels,  and historic inns, with décor inspired by local heritage, offer fantastic views of the Chesapeake Bay. The dock to dine restaurants, and the public beaches make for popular destinations for both travelers and tourist alike.

Celebrate AGRITOURISM: The journey to the farms, working waterfront, vineyards, breweries, and distilleries is a worthy trip. We are thankful for the farmers, watermen, fishermen, distillers and brewers, that supply the community with produce, fresh seafood and craft beverages.

out door patio of bridges restaurant on the eastern baySaturday, May 9, 2020 QACPROUD: Made with Local Flava

Celebrate (or discover) the local hangouts and family owned businesses that are inspired by local ingredients to produce traditional eastern shore recipes. We invite you to taste your way through Queen Anne’s County, as we share unique stories on the history of local restaurants.

FREE ADVICE: Always add Old Bay © or J.O. Brand Crab Seasoning

 

Support the local restaurants! For current carryout offerings Click HEREbushel of crabs in front of the chesapeake bay with chesapeake bay bridge in the background

 

 

 

 

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