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Tourism Department Unveils Updated Tourism Website

The Montgomery County Tourism Department of the Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce recently relaunched Montgomery County’s tourism website. The updated site, was enhanced to be mobile responsive and increase user friendliness.

“The update to the Montgomery County Tourism website was essential due to the popularity of current technology. There has been in an increase in mobile device usage for making travel decisions and search engine rankings have been reconfigured to benefit mobile-friendly sites,” explains Gina DaBiere-Gibbs, Director of Tourism. “The site highlights attractions, lodging and dining, events and so much more and is easily accessible from a desktop, tablet, or smart phone. It is informative, fun and concise.”

Other vital updates to the site include new photography commissioned in 2015 and the incorporation of Montgomery County’s ‘Made of Something Stronger’ brand.

The site, designed by Chamber Member Shannon-Rose Design, gives attractions and tourism-related businesses the opportunity to promote their sites at a critical time when people are looking at ways for cost-effective promotion. An additional feature of the site is the capability to continually and easily add information, change content and add current events to the calendar. “The tourism community is invited to add their events which are utilized in our event email blast, local publications, the I LOVE NY website, and social media platforms,” continues DaBiere-Gibbs. “The site is a tool for visitors and residents and the more information that is posted, the better we can promote Montgomery County and our attractions.”

“Tourism is an important economic driver in Montgomery County and one that I want to support and help flourish,” said County Executive Matthew L. Ossenfort. “The history and heritage of our area helps create some of our best tourist attractions. Having a redesigned website to promote tourism is a great way to make people aware of what Montgomery County has to offer, while making it easier to search for events and attractions throughout the county.”

To view the Montgomery County Tourism website logon to For more information about Montgomery County Tourism call (518)725-0641 or find us on Facebook at Visit Montgomery County NY.