Mansfield Convention & Visitor’s Bureau goes mobile

For Immediate Release Media Contact: Amy Weirick
March 15, 2011 (614) 848-8380

Mansfield Convention & Visitor’s Bureau goes mobile
The latest Mansfield travel deals and information now available on any mobile device

Mansfield, OH – With just a few simple clicks, Mansfield visitors can now explore the region’s many events, attractions and experiences from any web-enabled mobile device. Mansfield Convention & Visitors Bureau has made it easier for travelers to plan their trip — and to access great deals when they arrive — with a new mobile site,

Kicked off just in time for travelers to access great spring and summer mobile deals, some of the great discounts offered on the new site include a $55.95 midweek ($65.95 weekends) hotel rate and a 20% off (25% off for military) B&B offer. These deals, and others, are found under the “Mobile Deals Now” link under “Deals.”

Designed specifically for handheld devices, visitors can use the mobile Mansfield Tourism site to find Things to Do. The “Arts and Entertainment” link features a host of offerings, such as Mansfield Playhouse and Mansfield Art Center. “Attractions” include Brownella Collage and Malabar Farm State Park. “Recreation” such as Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course and Pebble Creek Golf Club are outlined. “Shopping” offers information on everything from Cooper’s Mill and Squirrels Den to Wayne’s Country Market. An “Events” tab features complete special event and festival listings.

Forgetting to book a hotel room will never be a problem again, as nearby lodging can be found easily with the Mansfield Tourism mobile site “Lodging” link. From hotels to bed & breakfasts, finding where to escape for the night is quick and easy. The “Restaurants” link offers addresses, phone numbers and complete information on nearby restaurants and local culinary treasures around Mansfield.

A destination unlike any other, Mansfield and Richland County, Ohio’s wealth of unusual travel adventures and experiences such as visiting the working farm where Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall were married, to spending the night in a haunted former state prison where Hollywood blockbuster movies are shot and the world’s first robot. Breathtaking scenery, rural and hometown experiences, as well as hiking, biking, golf, cross-country and downhill skiing, bird watching and loads of other outdoor adventures attract families and visitors of all ages. For information or to order a Visitors Guide, consumers can call (800) 642-8282 or visit


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