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Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Visitor's Bureau offers Wi-Fi

The Walworth County Visitors' Bureau in Elkhorn is hosting an open house on April 30 from 5-8 p.m.

The Visitors' Bureau has recently moved its headquarters to 203 East Walworth Street, in downtown Elkhorn in a historic building that offers Wi-FI, a coffee bar, and a sitting area.

There is also ample space for visitors to browse through literature featuring the area's attractions, events, shopping, and restaurants. Parking is available for guests to stop in and discover all there is to see and do throughout Walworth County.

"Our open house is a celebration of our great new facility. We're happy to have the space to make guests feel comfortable and welcome when they visit," remarks Kathleen Seeberg, Executive Director, Walworth County Visitors' Bureau.

The building that now houses the Walworth County Visitors' Bureau is the former site of Uncle Hunk's Junk, a local business establishment featuring antiques and unique vintage items. Some of the more interesting artifacts remain in the building and add to the charm and ambiance of the Visitors' Bureau.

The Walworth County Visitors' Bureau is a membership-based organization promoting tourism in Walworth County, Wisconsin.

Membership is open to any organization interested in the promotion and well being of the tourism industry in Walworth County.

For additional information, contact the Walworth County Visitors' Bureau at (262) 723-3980 or visit its website at www.visitwalworthcounty.com.


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