hopkinsvillechristiancountyconventionHOPKINSVILLE, Ky. (2/28/14) — The Hopkinsville Christian County Convention and Visitors Bureau and Red Pixel Studios are excited to announce the launch of the new CVB website, that went live earlier this week.

Cheryl Cook, executive director, said the CVB team has been hard at work making sure we showcase the wealth of adventure, history and mystery that Hopkinsville and Christian County has to offer.

"Introducing our new visithopkinsville.com web site is one of the many new exciting projects our Convention & Visitors Bureau has developed to continue to enhance tourism throughout our city and county," said Jeff Smith, CVB board chairman. “The web site features a vast array of local events, an interactive and easy navigation format and colorful themes providing each potential visitor with power-packed information. The visitors guide, now easily available on the site, allows each visiting guest to have all our community information at their fingertips for ease in immediate decision making. Promoting tourism throughout our state, specific to Christian County and the City of Hopkinsville, enhances our community presence and provides important revenues and exposure to our local area. Our new web site is an additional step in continuing our efforts to develop and grow the awareness of the activities and events located right in our own back yard.”

The new site design showcases new facets of the community such as walking and cell phone tours, allows for easy access to the calendar of events and newsletter sign up, and is a fully responsive design. A fully responsive design means that viewers will see the website change based on what size device they are using. All of the content will be available, but depending on if it is a mobile device, tablet, or computer, it will be easier to use and navigate.

The Visit Hopkinsville video was shot last August as part of a coop program offered by the state and Miles Media.

“We are very pleased with the way the video turned out and we have received very good feedback from the public,” said Cook.

Please take a look around the new VisitHopkinsville.com and let us know what you think.

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