New Hampshire Visitor Marketing

New Hampshire, the Granite State offers tourists exciting vacation options year-round: great skiing in the winter, fascinating museums and other cultural experiences, fabulous summer fun in the lakes and mountains and stunning foliage vistas in the fall.   

Trips in New Hampshire for business and recreation totaled 33.4 million (39% in summer; 23% in fall; 19% in winter; and 19% in spring). Direct spending in New Hampshire by visitors has reached $4.1billion while traveler spending supports 66,700 direct jobs. The top three origins of overnight international visitors to New Hampshire orginated from Canada - 294,000, United Kingdom - 51,200, and Germany - 20,700.

CTM Media Group proudly distributed over 1.3 million brochures last year in New Hampshire.

 New Hampshire Distribution Programs
New Hampshire Seacost Region
   New Hampshire Lakes Region
   New Hampshire Merrimack Valley 
   New Hampshire Inter-Regional
   Northeastern MA & NH
   Western NH & Southern VT

   Maine Seacoast Region
Darthmouth | Lake Sunapee Region
   Interstates 91,95,84
   & many more!

Here's Where Order Form - Spring | Summer | Fall 2015




Google Map Technology Illustrates A Sampling Of CTM's 
Hampshire Visitor Network
To learn more about CTM's complete list of New Hampshire programs including brochure distribution, , print, publishing, web and mobile marketing please contact CTM's Regional Director of Sales & Marketing - Brian Bradbury.



Additional Visitor Information Resources              

CTM News - New Hampshire


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CTM Media Group one of North America's largest distributors of tourism and visitor information announced today the winners of their 2016 Annual Best Brochure Awards.

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CTM Media Group today announced the expansion of their visitor media network with the purchase of Best Read Guide Cape Cod, BRG Distribution and eCape, a digital publisher of travel websites as we

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As part of the Canton Stark County CVB Network,