“Tour the Shore” Offers Chance to Win 7-night Lake Erie Getaway

March 13, 2017
Tour the Shore

Destination Cleveland Provides City Experience As Part of Contest Created With Six Ohio Visitor Bureaus

CLEVELAND (March 6, 2017) - Thinking of a Lake Erie getaway this year? For a one-of-a-kind opportunity to explore Cleveland and much more of Ohio's north coast, Destination Cleveland is partnering with six Ohio visitors bureaus to give away a seven-day, seven-night Lake Erie experience called "Tour the Shore."

As a part of the "Tour the Shore" giveaway, one lucky winner will receive overnight accommodations and tickets to area attractions at a new location along the shore each day. The tour begins June 1. The Cleveland portion of the experience provides the winner a chance to enjoy the hustle and bustle of city life as well as the city's lakefront.

"One of Cleveland's greatest assets is its accessibility to both Lake Erie and world-class cultural institutions, and we look forward to showcasing both when we host the Tour the Shore giveaway winner," said Marie Scalia, director of marketing, Destination Cleveland. "Destination Cleveland is excited to partner with six visitor bureaus on a giveaway that highlights the interesting attractions and experiences along the state's Lake Erie shoreline."

The winner's tour will begin in Ashtabula County with stops at several wineries and a night at the Lodge at Geneva-on-the-Lake. Day two will include a trip to Lake County for a visit to the Holden Arboretum and an evening at a Lake County Captains baseball game with fireworks. The winner will continue west to Cleveland for a visit to the world's only Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and a night on the town with dinner at Michael Symon's Lola restaurant.

Day four in Lorain County will feature zip lining and delicious dishes. For day five, the winner will hop on the ferry to Put-in-Bay where a cart will be waiting for island explorations, followed by a day in Sandusky County with a stop at the Rutherford B. Hayes Museum. The tour's final stop in Toledo includes a visit to the Toledo Zoo & Aquarium and a stay at the Maumee Bay Resort.

For a listing of prize details and to enter the contest visit www.tourtheshore.net. One winner will be chosen at random on May 1. Other participating destination marketing organizations are Ashtabula County Convention & Visitors Bureau, Lake County Visitors Bureau, Visit Lorain, Sandusky County Convention & Visitors Bureau, Lake Erie Shores & Islands and Destination Toledo.

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