Rockland County Hits the Streets of Manhattan with Promotional Buses for Tourism

In a vibrant move to boost tourism, Rockland County has launched an eye-catching bus campaign in the heart of New York City. Throughout November and December, a fleet of specially decorated buses will traverse the bustling avenues of Manhattan. The initiative, aimed at attracting holiday visitors to Rockland County, comes at a time when the city buzzes with energy and potential tourists.

The driving force behind this initiative is the county’s Director of Tourism & Economic Development, Lucy Redzeposki, and her dedicated team. Their efforts in this creative outreach are expected to significantly raise the profile of Rockland as a must-visit location during the holiday season. The county extends its gratitude to the team for their strategic vision in placing Rockland firmly on the tourist map.

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