Vermont Visitor Marketing

Vermont is poised within a day’s drive of 80 million people, located in drive markets such as of Boston, New York, Montreal, and along the East Coast. Visitors make 14.3 million person trips to Vermont, resulting in 24.5 million overnight stays and $1.61 billion in direct spending. CTM is excited to offer such valuable distribution networks targeting Vermont visitors!

Vermont's average day visitor spends $51.22 per person trip on transportation, food and beverage and retail shopping items. The average overnight visitor to Vermont spends $166 dollars per person trip on transportation, food and beverage and retail shopping items.  The typical overnight visitor party to Vermont spends $599.84 per visit with an average party size of 2.3 persons and a stay of 2.4 nights.

Each year, CTM Media Group distributes 4.4 million brochures in Vermont.

 

 

Vermont Distribution Programs

Brattleboro | Bennington Network
Vermont Mountains Region
Manchester Hotel Network
Killington | Rutland Hotel Network
Keene| Monadnock Region Hotel Network
Sport & Outdoor Network
Interstate 91 Network

 

 

Google Map Technology Illustrates A Sampling Of
CTM's Vermont Visitor Information Network

To learn more about CTM's complete list of Vermont 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
Ettractions.com              
 

 

 

CTM News - Vermont

 

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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,