Votes are in, and the top 10 Fan-Favorite still revolutionary Connecticut destinations and attractions have been chosen! With more than 1,800 nominations, The Mark Twain House, The New England Air Museum, Connecticut Historical Society and Coventry Regional Farmer’s Market at the Nathan Hale Homestead are just a few examples of the 160 different destinations that fans of Connecticut’s social channels felt most exemplified the state’s new brand – still revolutionary.
Fans of Connecticut on Facebook can now vote for their favorite of the top 10 in a Facebook poll till August 20th – visit this link to place your vote: (http://www.facebook.com/questions/433644446688008/)!
The final #CTFanFavorite will be determined by popular vote and will be featured in a digital ad spot, as well as in a short documentary video that will run online and on the state’s social media channels this fall.
Top 10 “still revolutionary” destinations and attractions nominated by residents and visitors are:
- Connecticut Historical Society
- Coventry Regional Farmers Market at the Nathan Hale Homestead
- Curtain Call, Inc.
- Harriet Beecher Stowe House
- Hartford Stage
- Hill-Stead Museum
- Levitt Pavilion
- Mark Twain House and Museum
- New England Air Museum
- Westport Country Playhouse
Residents and visitors submitted nominations by posting or tweeting their favorite destination or attraction onto the Connecticut Office of Tourism’s Facebook and Twitter pages and tagging their entry with #CTFanFavorite. The 10 attractions and events that received the most submissions and met the specified criteria were then selected as finalists.
For more information or to vote for your favorite destination in the Fan-Favorite campaign visit the Visit Connecticut Facebook page. For additional information on CT events, 52 Getaway ideas and travel deals check out www.CTvisit.com or follow on Twitter @CTvisit.