The Bowling Green Area Convention & Visitors Bureau wants area residents to be able to explore Bowling Green and support local businesses — but from the safety of their own homes. Our most recent blog post celebrates exploring Bowling Green virtually at visitbgky.com/blog/post/virtualexplore.
We are working to highlight area attractions, restaurants and businesses who are uploading video content throughout the week that helps residents and potential visitors learn more these entities who make Bowling Green/Warren County special.
“This blog is a great way to explore Bowling Green and learn how you can support local businesses without leaving the comfort of your couch,” said Beth Noffsinger, Communications Director for the Bowling Green Area CVB.
Virtual offerings being highlighted to date are from the National Corvette Museum, Historic RailPark & Train Museum, Be Happy Yoga & Salt Cave, 4Yoga, Traveler’s Cellar Winery, the Warren County Public Library, Barbara Stewart Interiors, Tidball’s, the Kentucky Museum, Lost River Sessions and South Union Shaker Village.
“We’re impressed by how creative area attractions and businesses are being virtually during these trying times,” Noffsinger said.
We will continue to update the blog as we learn about more virtual explorations of Bowling Green/Warren County. We will be sharing some of these videos on our Facebook page, Facebook.com/VisitBGKY.
We’re also updating our Covid-19 landing page frequently with resources for area businesses and the hospitality industry, as well as a list of local restaurants and retailers offering takeout, curbside or delivery at visitbgky.com/covid19.