The site was built with visitors in mind and is arraigned by interests. The site also features downloadable brochures and will soon give access to a free audio tour. Visitors to the site can also sign up to receive Holly Springs’ newsletters and access Holly Springs on social media networks such as Facebook and Twitter.
“We are so excited about the new site which has already proved to be much more functional and easy to maneuver,” reports Stephanie McKinney, Executive Director of the Tourism Bureau. “We worked with Dream Design Studios for the last three months developing the site and couldn’t be happier with the work they’ve done. They were so easy to work with and we are looking forward to having them develop printed pieces such as brochures for us as well.”
The new site also features band new, exquisite photography to portray Holly Springs as the rare jewel it truly is. Many thanks to BluOrchid Photography (www.bluorchidphoto.com), Jerry Plunk Photography (http://jerryplunk.com/) and Scott Rorie for supplying such beautiful images.
To view more details about places you can visit to enjoy the history and heritage of Holly Springs, contact the Holly Springs Tourism and Recreation Bureau by calling 662-252-2515, dropping by our office at 148 East College Avenue or by visiting us online at http://www.visithollysprings.com/.