Photo for THOMASVILLE ENCOURAGES LOCALS TO BE TOURISTS IN THEIR OWN TOWNS IN CELEBRATION OF NATIONAL TOURISM WEEK

THOMASVILLE ENCOURAGES LOCALS TO BE TOURISTS IN THEIR OWN TOWNS IN CELEBRATION OF NATIONAL TOURISM WEEK

The City of Thomasville tourism office is celebrating National Tourism Week by turning the tables and inviting locals to become “visitors” in their own hometown. “Thomasville is a unique community brimming with fun and fascinating things to see and do. Often as a local, we forget about our local attractions, and this is the best time to experience what makes our town so unique,” says Bonnie Hayes, City of Thomasville tourism director. National Travel Tourism Week is May...



Photo for #FALLINLOVEWITHTVILLE CAMPAIGN STARTS TODAY

#FALLINLOVEWITHTVILLE CAMPAIGN STARTS TODAY

Fall is approaching, and with the change in seasons, Thomasville will soon welcome visitors from all over. What better way to celebrate the beauty of fall than to capture it in photos and share with friends. With that goal in mind, the Thomasville Visitors Center is unveiling a new social media campaign, #fallinlovewithtville, which allows visitors and residents to share their fall photos of Thomasville, vote on their favorites and win great prize packages. The City of Thomasville tourism...



Photo for TOURISM IN THOMASVILLE CREATES ECONOMIC IMPACT

TOURISM IN THOMASVILLE CREATES ECONOMIC IMPACT

The numbers are in and it is official - tourism is growing in Thomasville and across the state of Georgia. Governor Nathan Deal announced last week during National Travel and Tourism Week that the state’s tourism industry generated a record-breaking $63.1 billion in 2016, for an increase of 3.8 percent over the previous year, according to the U.S. Travel Association and Tourism Economics. “The tourism industry contributes significantly to the growth and prosperity of Georgia’s...