Chamber of Commerce distributes new Visitors Guide


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  • Michael Johndrow, executive director of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce and Chamber employees Sarah Armand (left) and Jerrica Lavooy with copies now available of the redesigned Warwick Valley Guide for 2014-2015.



It's all new and all in color this year.

The Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce recently released the redesigned Warwick Valley Guide for 2014-2015.

The publication still includes the list of yearly events, maps and business directory, but this year it has a brand new look.

After 18 years with the previous publisher Corporate Impressions, the Chamber produced the Guide in house.

Chamber employees Sarah Armand and Jerrica Lavooy took over all aspects of the brochure including ad sales and graphic design. Ads are now in full color and organized by business type, with an index directory to navigate each page. The calendar of events is organized in its own section, and the maps are much improved.

"We're very excited about the positive response to the new Guide and we are looking forward to the growth of the publication," said Michael Johndrow, executive director of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce.

"It is no longer just the Tourism Guide, said Lavooy. "The guide now has a visually driven directory with easy to find categories, including services and organizations, so that both locals and visitors can find whatever kind of business they are looking for."

40,000 copies are distributed around the greater Hudson Valley including the Thruway Information Center near Harriman, Woodbury Common Premium Outlets and other locations in Northern New Jersey.

The free brochure is also available in many local businesses including banks, restaurants, lodging establishments, and retail merchants, as well as the Chamber of Commerce office at the South Street Caboose. An online version of the brochure is also available on the Chamber's Website www.warwickcc.org or tourism Website www.discoverwarwickvalley.com.


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