Greeneville tourism website gets new, more interactive design

Greeneville tourism website gets new, more interactive design


GREENEVILLE (WATE) - The Greeneville tourism website has a new design that officials say is easier to navigate and now features interactive maps.

The site was designed and developed by Rick Whittington Consulting, a Greene County Partnership member and website design, development and marketing strategy firm located in Richmond, Va.

"We wanted to design a website that feels like Greeneville so people can get a sense of what the town is like and what it has to offer," said Rick Whittington Creative Director Mike Dupre.

The site includes improved content and it's now organized into topics such as "What To Do," "Events," "Accommodations," "Conferences and Meetings," and "Retire."

The new site also offers mapping integration that didn't exist on the previous site. Each lodging has an interactive Google map associated with its listing so visitors can find the most convenient place for their needs.

Site maps of local sporting venues were also added to the website to help the efforts of the tourism department and its sports council for national and regional tournaments.

"Tournament site selectors need detailed information on locations, field sizes, practice facilities and layouts before they will seriously consider us and now we are providing that with a click of the mouse," said Tammy Kinser, director of tourism.

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