Introducing the Clermont County Pizza Trail
Batavia, OH– On Wednesday June 17, the Clermont County Convention and Visitors Bureau will release the Clermont County Pizza Trail. The Pizza Trail is a mobile passport that includes six local pizza hotspots in Clermont County- and the best part is, the pass is FREE for you and your family to enjoy. This passport is designed to give a visitor, or a local an incentive to get out and discover the flavors, sights and sounds that make up this community.
“We wanted to launch a new initiative that would have a positive impact on our Clermont County restaurants. We see this trail as a wonderful way to show off our county’s local dining and unique flavors,” stated Jeff Blom, President of the Clermont County Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Interested in completing the trail? All you have to do is register online at discoverclermont.com/pizza. Register your pass for free and start discovering the best slice in Clermont. Tip: Add the Pizza Trail icon to your home screen for easy access. Once you have redeemed the pass at four locations on the trail you will automatically be entered to win a giveaway that includes all the Clermont swag you want with all the pizza making potential you need. A winner for the giveaway will be selected on November 16, 2020, which gives you plenty of time to fully embrace the trail.
Once you have registered your passport embark on your tasting journey through the county with exclusive discounts guaranteed to have you ordering that extra appetizer. Along the trail you will find a variety of locations covering Clermont from top to bottom, including The Works in Loveland, Padrinos, Little Miami Brewery and Joe’s Pizza Napoli in the City of Milford, Joe Luigi’s in Owensville and The Green Kayak along the river in New Richmond. Each location offers its own delicious slice for you to try.
On average, food and beverage consumes between 16%- 27% of a vacation budget and for Clermont County to capture that economic impact at local establishments, while creating a fun and unique experience for the visitor is important.
“We look forward to seeing visitors experience these restaurants and locals exploring more of Clermont County to try a new pizza place they have not yet enjoyed. Our goal is always to increase visitor spending in Clermont, so this is a fun way to do that,” added Blom.
Sit back, relax, and dig in- just promise us you won’t use a fork…
Download your passport and begin discovering the best slice in Clermont at www.discoverclermont.com/pizza.