Provincetown Tourism Office Launches New Website

PROVINCETOWN, Mass., Aug. 9 /PRNewswire/ — Where can you go to find information about one of our nation’s greatest treasures? It’s available right at your fingertips: http://www.provincetowntourismoffice.org/

The Provincetown Tourism Office launched its website today featuring an in- depth look at this historic fishing port, where the Pilgrims first landed in 1620. Offering a pictorial glimpse of Provincetown, the website also features an annual calendar of events which illustrates Provincetown truly is a year-round destination.

Funded by Provincetown’s Tourism Fund, the new website has information about America’s oldest art colony and the abundance of activities available to visitors, including links to art museums, theatre, the Pilgrim Monument, National Seashore as well as transportation to and from Provincetown.

Lynne Davies, Chairperson of Provincetown’s Visitor Services Board (VSB) designed the website with the support of various members of the VSB and Interim Tourism Director Bill Schneider. The VSB selected KISS Computing, Inc. of Eastham, MA to develop and host the website, which includes a special page for travel journalists to review articles, press releases and photos that clearly establish how photogenic Provincetown is … and that a picture is worth a thousand words.

“The VSB is very excited about the website,” said Lynne Davies, Chairperson, “and the new direction this will take the Town. The new site is user-friendly and provides the visitor one central online source for informational links to the many wonderful options available. The Tourism Office will also be publishing an informational e-newsletter,” added Ms. Davies. “The VSB recognizes the importance of e-commerce to promote and enhance tourism in Provincetown and we will continue to develop new ways to capitalize on our enhanced e-commerce presence.”

To help promote the website launch, visitors to the site can navigate to an entry form for a chance to win a round-trip ferry ticket to Provincetown. The Tourism Office will be drawing one name each week until the end of September, and complimentary transportation will be provided by Bay State Cruise Company and Boston Harbor Cruises, both of whom offer daily fast-ferry service to Provincetown from Boston from May until mid-October.

Provincetown, nestled at the tip of Cape Cod (approximately 125 miles from Boston) is truly like nowhere else.

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