Butler County Renewed also includes a Butler County recipe book, information about the bureau’s See Hearts, See Hope effort to display hearts in business windows and dining resources. The information is available on the visitors bureau website.
” As new resources are finalized, we are adding them to the portal with new tabs. So, we recommend that people check back often for new information. A new data resource was just added,” said Kocher.
Information about restaurants offering carryout and other Butler County-inspired activities is also available.
” Once restrictions are lifted and it is safe to travel, the BCVB is poised to welcome visitors back. These resources keep Butler County top-of-mind with future travelers,” Kocher said.
“The main point of every initiative that we are working on right now is to build the strength and resiliency of our community, and we know that Butler County and its communities are very strong.”
While Ohio’s stay-at-home order is in place, all kinds of businesses need to find new ways to bring their products and services to customers online. Specifically, a webinar presentation gives businesses strategies to create a strong digital presence, Kocher said, The industry research section provides travel-related businesses needed insights to determine the depth of the impact on the travel industry and it also helps determine inflection points as travel reemerges in future months.
“Staying connected with the BCVB is more important than ever right now. We will continue to provide resources for locals to stay connected to small businesses and support our vibrant communities. We are also continuing to develop and add resources designed to help businesses navigate this unprecedented time and prepare for a strong renewal once this historical moment has passed,” Kocher said.