More than 4,700 people from 39 states traveled and completed the Butler County Donut Trail during its first year, resulting in an economic impact of nearly $1 million for the county.

The Butler County Donut Trail has some new things happening for 2019. Here’s what to know.

The Butler County Visitors Bureau recently launched a new Donut Trail Experience tour in partnership with Cincy Brew Bus.

This new tour will take visitors to four of the Butler County Donut Trail shops for an exclusive experience. The experience will offer behind-the-scenes tours, exclusive samplings, and more sweet surprises. Tour-goers will receive a custom Donut Trail mug that can only be obtained through the experience, as well as four stamps on the official trail passport, providing a great head start towards earning the Donut Trail T-Shirt.

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Additionally, in celebration of the fourth year of the Butler County Donut Trail, the BCVB released its official 2019 T-shirt design. The new shirt was designed by Anthony Garay of Cincinnati, and Alice Jacobs of Hamilton, and highlights the 12 shops of the trail that comprise the “Sweetest Adventure” around.

The Butler County Visitors Bureau launched the Donut Trail in January 2016. Since its inception, over 17,400 people from all 50 states and 21 countries have completed the Donut Trail, bringing in over $2.5 million in economic impact into Butler County, Ohio.

Visitors can experience the Butler County Donut Trail by collecting stamps on an official passport by visiting each of the required locations. Once fully complete, each passport can be redeemed for a complimentary official Donut Trail T-shirt.

For more information on the Butler County Donut Trail, or to download the passport, visit www.BCDonutTrail.com.

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