Visit Lebanon Valley will once again be giving away free postcards in celebration of National Travel and Tourism Week and Postcard Week.

From May 1 to May 7, Visit Lebanon Valley will give away three free Lebanon Valley themed postcards to anyone who submits a form on the tourism bureau’s website.

The postcards feature sites like the Cornwall Iron Furnace, Union Canal Tunnel Park, Middlecreek, and the Inwood Iron Bridge on the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail.

Lebanon Lilly also makes an appearance on one of the postcards, highlighting the character from the Visit Lebanon Valley-published story about a Lebanon cow who sees the sights in Lebanon.

“The Lebanon Valley can be a wonderful place to visit,” said Visit Lebanon Valley president Jennifer Kuzo in a press release. “Take your friends and family from out of town to some of these places and explore your own backyard to support our restaurants and small businesses.”

The postcards will be sent out on a first-come, first-serve basis while supplies last.


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