Issue 33 | September 30, 2020
Lea Filson, Executive Director, See Plymouth
Can I just close my eyes and sleep through the rest of 2020? I have heard that at least a dozen times in the last week. I am as weary as you of this experience brought to us through no fault of our own. Take a deep breath. Where else can people walk along the beautiful bay at sunrise or sunset and chill out? Where else can they step upon a vessel and watch whales frolic in the waves? Where else can they see the majesty of the land as the trees turn colors just to delight us? It’s almost sweater weather when we settle into holidays and fireplaces. 

This week we take a closer look at the work See Plymouth is doing to promote the town and county of Plymouth during COVID. We have garnered two more awards for the area. But take a few minutes to see just how many stories we had across America during September. Grab a cup of tea and let’s look at what’s new…

Two New Awards for Our Destination
We have now been
named one of 14
Fun and Educational
U.S. Travel Destinations
for Families
MSN Travel
'50 Places to See
Before You Die'
Views in first week: 67.15 million – Publicity Value: $15,444.86
In addition to our advertising, take a peek at the impressive stats around the publicity we have received in September.
See Plymouth was also in the news!
We won’t be sending you an update next week because we are moving. Watch for our next newsletter October 14 and stop by and see us at 4 North Street in the Plymouth historic district.
Americans are traveling closer to home when they are choosing to travel.
How travelers are feeling heading into fall
If you make them feel safe,
they will come.
 U.S. Travel Data Update
The 2021 American Bus Association Marketplace and Busworld North America has a new date: June 18-22, 2021
In light of my narrative above, I am ending with COVID quotations for your use.
Get ready to smile…
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