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New Visitors Guide Puts Greater Ontario at Center of the Map

July 15, 2013 Destination North America No Comments Email Email

If Southern California is your playground, the Greater Ontario region – at the center of it all – is your hub.

That’s the underlying theme threaded throughout the Greater Ontario Convention and Visitors Bureau’s 2013-14 Visitors Guide, an annual publication released today to promote the region, its activities, restaurants, retail outlets, hotels and attractions to leisure travelers and tour groups from outside of the area.

It’s a comprehensive guide that showcases things to do and places to go, along with a little bit of Banner 250x250pxhistory and insight into the region. The guide will be displayed at local hotels and venues, welcome centers at the Ontario Convention Center and Ontario Convention Center]Ontario Mills, airport and travel locations, and will be distributed to travel agents and agencies both domestic and international. A digital version will be incorporated into a comprehensive leisure ad campaign, and posted on a new GOCVB website due for unveiling soon.

Did you know that Evel Knievel made his daring 1971 motorcycle jump here, or that Greater Ontario is home to California’s oldest winery, which dates back to 1839? Where else can you enjoy surfing and skiing all in one day?

Apart from interesting facts about the region, the Visitors Guide contains suggested itineraries, listings of annual events, arts and entertainment venues, dining and nightlife options, hotels, and tips to getting around in Southern California.

“This is the most comprehensive Visitors Guide ever produced for this region,” said Michael Krouse, President and CEO of the Greater Ontario Convention and Visitors Bureau. “It spotlights not only the multitude of offerings available here locally, but illustrates in a compelling way how practical it is for travelers to Southern California to use us as a basecamp during their stay.”

Located just a short drive from world-famous beaches, Hollywood, Disneyland Resort, and mountain and desert retreats, Greater Ontario is the ideal jumping-off point to all that Southern California has to offer.

Krouse points out the importance of a series of maps that clarify the region’s geographic proximity to points of interest throughout Southern California. The Visitors Guide is a valuable resource on not only what to go and see, but how to get there.

“By choosing Greater Ontario as a home base for vacations, visitors can see more and stress less knowing they are getting the best in value and convenience by staying here,” Krouse added.

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