We've made it through the first month of the new year and there's already plenty going on! Luckily we've got an extra day for all of the February fun this year and even better news, Punxsutawney Phil declared an early spring arrival so warm temps and longer days are just around the corner.
Read on to find out what's new at the PWCVB and with you, our partners.
Last month, the PWCVB launched the newest self-guided walking tour in the "Providence Walks" series, Early Black History, during a press event at The Center for Reconciliation. The tour was developed in collaboration with The Center for Reconciliation, Stages of Freedom and Rhode Island Historical Society and features local landmarks, such as the Roger Williams National Memorial and the Stephen Hopkins House, but looks at them through a decidedly different lens. The materials are available in print at the PWCVB’s Visitor Centers as well as digitally at goprovidence.com/earlyblackhistorytour.
The PWCVB is busy promoting things to do for Valentine's Day and February Vacation, along with where to find some Winter Fun in general. Our Valentine's Contest is running now and is giving away a pair of tickets to see the legendary Ms. Lauryn Hill in concert at The VETS.
The Spring/Summer issue of the PWCVB's visitors guide, GoProvidence, will be on the shelves April 1. GoProvidence, the primary fulfillment piece of the PWCVB, is produced twice a year and is in the hands of thousands of visitors, meeting planners and convention attendees. Don't miss out on the chance to advertise your business to these potential customers. Click here to book your ad now or contact Christine Phillips at cphillips@GoProvidence.com.
The Good Will Engine Company is the brainchild of a creative and visionary team of local artists and designers who have deep roots in the city and are seeking to create a lodging experience that captures Providence’s uniquely passionate and often irreverent soul. Part hostel, part performance venue, it offers a space for everyone to come together and experience some of what makes the Creative Capital so special.
Keep on track with your healthy eating resolutions with the newest eatery to open up in downtown Providence. Offering more than 60 fresh ingredients and countless combinations, Saladworks plans to open by the end of March at 75 Fountain St.
Designed and written by the editors of Rhode Island Monthly, your Ultimate Summer Survival Guide will be the local resource for residents and visitors to have their best summer yet. New for 2020, total distribution will be 125,000 copies. That's 40% more copies distributed through VisitRhodeIsland.com, the state’s tourism office. To learn more about promoting your business in this guide, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call Kieran Keating at (401) 649-4888 before March 12.
IN THE NEWS
There's a lot of great news in the press about Providence and our destination in general. Check out some recent headlines below:
"Rhode Island Launches First-Ever ‘Hotel Week RI’" — Travel Pulse
"If you’re going to get snowed in, these are good places to be" — The Boston Globe
WHAT'S COMIN' TO THE PROVIDENCE/WARWICK AREA
2020 Ocean State Classic