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Office of Tourism launches new, interactive summer site

Posted by Eric Wilbur, Boston.com Staff  June 22, 2011 09:30 AM

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The Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism welcomed the official start to summer yesterday by launching a new, interactive summer guide where residents and tourists can discover events, activities, and attractions in the state based on various interests.

The new site allows users to navigate state activities based on what they are looking for in terms of relaxation or adventure, and family fun or romance. It also allows users to filter activities by region. Users are able to share events with others through Facebook and Twitter.

"The summer navigator site helps visitors find exactly what they are looking for in Massachusetts, MOTT executive director Betsy Wall said in a statement." "It simplifies the process of finding something fun to do."

It's pretty creative stuff. Find it at www.massvacation.com/fun.

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