You’ve likely browsed the magazines and brochures at the Woodstock Visitors Center at Dean’s Store on Main Street, and odds are you follow downtown Woodstock on Facebook. Our town of 30,000 plus now has a Facebook following of more than 20,000. But did you know the Woodstock Convention and Visitors Center has an extensive website featuring places to eat, shop and have fun locally? And that website just got a lot more user-friendly.
Recently the Woodstock Convention and Visitors Bureau worked with Blackairplane, a Woodstock-based digital agency that builds websites and apps that empower organizations. Blackairplane’s multidisciplinary team of builders, creatives and strategists took the idea for the new site from concept to liftoff.
Managing partners David Leggett and Michael Caldwell dedicated a great deal of time and consideration to understanding the needs of residents and visitors who use the site.
The new VisitWoodstockGA.com makes it easier to find places to visit and learn about upcoming events. You will quickly discover why locals often say it feels like something is always going on in Woodstock. The new venue browser lets you see when your favorite venues are open and helps you discover events at your favorite places.
Coming soon to the site: Plan your next trip to Woodstock, Georgia! The new Online Trip Planner is a great way to plan your next trip to get the most out of your next visit all year round.
By Stacy Brown, marketing and tourism coordinator for the City of Woodstock. email@example.com