Each participating donut shop displays a coded decal. Those who fill in the passport with all correct codes earn a complimentary Donut Trail t-shirt.
Tapping into the sweet enthusiasm for these sugary confections was an easy choice for the Butler County Visitors Bureau, according to its executive director, Mark Hecquet.
“The Donut Trail is a great way to explore Butler County,” Hecquet said. “With a tremendous number of independently run donut shops, creating the Donut Trail was a fun way to highlight some of the unique and off-the-beaten path businesses that make Butler County a great place to live and visit.”
For more information on the Butler County Donut Trail, or to download the Donut Trail Passport or map, visit www.GetToTheBC.com/Donut-Trail.