New interactive marketing campaign Take Me to Suffolk launches

Launching Take Me to Suffolk are, from left, James Steward, Greater Anglia, Rachel Cracknel, Ipswich Central, Fiona Bovill, Milsoms Kesgrave Hall, Robert Gough, Salthouse Harbour Hotel, Amanda Bond, Visit Suffolk, Ben Cowell, National Trust and Emily McVeigh, Kenton Hall Estate.
Launching Take Me to Suffolk are, from left, James Steward, Greater Anglia, Rachel Cracknel, Ipswich Central, Fiona Bovill, Milsoms Kesgrave Hall, Robert Gough, Salthouse Harbour Hotel, Amanda Bond, Visit Suffolk, Ben Cowell, National Trust and Emily McVeigh, Kenton Hall Estate.
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The team which brought the controversial ‘Curious Suffolk’ concept to encourage tourism to Suffolk is this week launching its latest destination marketing campaign Take Me to Suffolk.

More than 70 businesses are backing the campaign aimed to encourage people to visit the county in the off peak season to discover its wide ranging offer.

These include the National Trust, English Heritage, Smiths Row, Our Bury St Edmunds and Go Ape.

The campaign runs until Easter and operates online using a user friendly micro-site and Facebook App centred on a dynamic and intuitive map of Suffolk which comes to life as the user explores.

This offers people places to visit, stay, eat, drink and experience some of the hidden gems in the county.

Visit Suffolk will also be advertising Take Me to Suffolk in newspapers, magazines and online.

Amanda Bond, brand manager for Visit Suffolk, said: “Take Me to Suffolk is about raising Suffolk’s profile as a year round holiday destination.”

See www.visitsuffolk.com