Lebanon County’s official tourism bureau has relocated its offices to a new welcome center in North Cornwall Commons.
Visit Lebanon Valley announced via press release that it will hold an Open House event in the new space, located at 115 Springwood Drive, Suite 500, on Friday, Dec. 9, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
In 2021, Visit Lebanon Valley moved from the Lebanon Farmers Market to a space primarily used by the Emmily Longenecker Team at Iron Valley Real Estate. Kuzo said at the time that the move was made for better visibility.
Kuzo said in an email to LebTown that this move was always their end goal of finding a location to call home.
“For the last 6 years we have used shared spaces while we continued to search for the best location,” said Kuzo. “We feel we have found it, with easy access off the Pa. Turnpike and major highways and located directly across from the Expo Center.”
The nonprofit office is staffed Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Kuzo said Visit Lebanon Valley hopes to expand its staff from two to three in the near future and increase hours of operation.
At the new welcome center, visitors will find the traditional brochures, postcards, and event information, but the space is also outfitted with wall displays featuring local dining, lodging, and historic sites.
And of course – Lebanon Lilly made the move as well. Copies of the children’s book, “The Adventures of Lebanon Lilly,” are available for purchase, as well as photo opportunities with the star herself. (The backdrop featured below is the Werner Family Farm in Fredericksburg, which has been in their family since 1883.)
The buildout of the office space was a team effort by a number of local firms, including Arthur Funk & Sons, Level 11 Art Department, Choice Communications, Woodmaster Cabinetry, Martin’s Appliances, Horst Signs, Eagle Secure Solutions, and more.
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