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Carter County Tourism Brochure wins award

The Carter County Tourism Council has won an award in the International Association of Visitor Information Providers 2020 International Best Brochure Competition as a 1st Place Regional Winner. 

The Carter County, Tennessee brochure was nominated for this award by Print Distribution Service. The brochure is available in over 300 of Print Distribution Service’s racks in the Knoxville metro, Tri-Cities, and North Carolina High County areas.

“We are extremely grateful to Print Distribution Services for nominating our brochure for this award,” said Director of Tourism Luke Freeman. “This brochure has been a great resource for getting the word out to potential visitors about all the great things there are to see and do in Carter County.”

Tourists can find almost all the information they need when visiting the area in the brochure, like places to stay, local attractions, and great places to eat and it is included in the relocation and visitors packets which in 2020 were mailed to over 1,100 people who were looking at visiting, moving, or retiring to Carter County. 

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