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 BRISTOL – The Town of Bristol, is inviting you to experi- ence the big things this little town has to offer. Its new, all-in-one tourism web page, www.visitbris-, is a guide to the many places people can dine, stay the night, shop, and enjoy the out- doors in Bristol.
The guide offers an overview of the Town of Bristol and a menu of activities, from where to go swimming to where to grab a drink after a day of hiking. The site includes information about local restaurants, brew- eries, retailers, inns, local parks, and outdoor activities, as well as directions to the town and links to the Town of Bristol residents’ page and Bristol Business page.
To make finding the locations on the site easier on the ground, Bristol has launched a wayfind- ing badge program. The badges
on the website each represent a different aspect of Bristol’s hos- pitality industry, such as Dine, Shop and Boat. The businesses listed on the site also display their corresponding badge on the door or within their establishment. Visitors can head to the website to learn more about the business.
“We’re excited to have an easy way for visitors to find the many spots us Bristol locals have grown to love,” said Christina Goodwin, Bristol Town Administrator. “We hope our badge program brings the Bristol business community closer together and provides a new avenue they can use to pro- mote what they do.”
Businesses that would like to be listed on the www.visitbris- website should contact Cade Overton at bristolmedia@ and include their business name, location, phone
number, website address.
For more information about
the new website, badge wayfin-
ding program, or Bristol, N.H., please contact Christina Goodwin at
Bristol, NH, was incorpo- rated in 1819 and is located on the southern portion of New- found Lake, the fifth-largest lake in the State. Bristol is located just 25 five miles northwest of Con- cord, New Hampshire's capital. It has a year-round population of approximately 3,300 and a seasonal summer population of approximately 6,500 inhabitants. Bristol offers all the benefits of small-town living, remaining close to major recreational at- tractions and business centers. Town employees, those involved in local government, and all of the many volunteers who give so generously of their time, are dedicated to providing the best possible service to our residents, businesses, and visitors.
Bristol Launches New Tourism Webpage
to Guide Visitors Year-Round
The all-in-one site highlights the many things to do in the Newfound Lake Region
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