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|Ga Voice and Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau partner on LGBT Travel Guide|
|April 15, 2011 11:37|
ATLANTA, GA - GA Voice, the LGBT media outlet of record for Atlanta and the state of Georgia, announced today a strategic partnership with the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau (ACVB) for “Destination: Gay Atlanta,” a travel guide for LGBT visitors. Under the terms of the partnership, “Destination: Gay Atlanta,” a product of GA Voice, will be the official LGBT guide for visitors to Atlanta and a resource for its many diverse residents. The print and digital versions of the travel guide will launch in late May.
The print version of “Destination: Gay Atlanta” will be distributed at all ACVB visitor centers as well as numerous strategic locations throughout the city. The digital version will reside at www.gay-atlanta.com which will be re-branded and marketed by ACVB as the official LGBT visitor site for Atlanta. GA Voice will provide all LGBT specifi c content to the site in addition to the travel guide. ACVB will provide general content and searchable listings of interest to all visitors and residents.
“Our partnership with the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau ensures that the many LGBT visitors to our city will feel both welcomed and appreciated,” said Chris Cash, publisher of GA Voice. “With the support of ACVB, ‘Destination: Gay Atlanta’ will be easily accessible to LGBT people throughout the country. We are proud to participate in this venture which extends a warm invitation to enjoy this great southern city.”
GA Voice, co-founded by Cash, Laura Douglas-Brown and Tim Boyd, is published in print bi-weekly, and constantly updated online at www.thegavoice.com. GA Voice offers relevant and late-breaking news, events and entertainment to its community.
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