Butler County Donut Trail kicks off second year with new T-shirt

Butler County Visitors Bureau celebrates second year of popular ‘Donut Trail’ attraction.

Ohio’s popular Butler County Donut Trail released its official 2017 T-shirt design today.

The Butler County Visitors Bureau in collaboration with nine local donut shops created the Donut Trail in January 2016.

In the first year, over 4,700 people from 39 states and 6 countries completed the Donut Trail bringing nearly $1 million in economic impact into Butler County, according to the visitor’s bureau.

RELATED: Donut Trail now open for travel

Visitors can experience the Donut Trail by collecting the secret codes and filling in an official passport at each of the required locations. Once complete, each passport can be redeemed for a complimentary official Donut Trail T-shirt.

“The Butler County Donut Trail has brought national attention and recognition to Butler County in Year 1,” Mark Hecquet, Executive Director of the Butler County Visitors Bureau, said in a release. “We’re excited to enhance the Donut Trail and welcome visitors back in Year Two with a brand-new T-shirt design.”

The Butler County Donut Trail will release a new T-shirt design annually.

For more information on the Butler County Donut Trail, or to download the Passport, click here.

RELATED: Donut Trail a factor for Hamilton’s spot on magazine’s list for ‘girlfriend getaways’

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