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New Regional Welcome Centers across New York State to chart a course to new attractions

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  April 5, 2017, 2:52 a.m. | By: Pranati Madhav

 

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Craft breweries, organic eateries, casinos and dueling water slides highlight spring new developments across New York State. New Regional Welcome Centers make it easy to chart a course to new attractions

 

As spring and summer spread their warmth across New York’s rolling hills, high mountain peaks and splashy waterways, the state is blossoming with lively new, one-of-a-kind accommodations, eateries and an ever-growing array of things to see and experience.

It is more inviting to explore the new Welcome Centers being built in every region of the state. Reflecting visitor interest in the state’s fast-growing craft beverage industry and agritourism, a number of the centers will have a Taste NY market selling locally-made and produced food and beverages. Visitors can also enjoy using the interactive I LOVE NEW YORK kiosks. These also provide information on the region’s history and destinations.



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