A new initiative teams up VisitNorfolk with its neighbor, Virginia Beach as the two destinations focus on tourism recovery in a COVID-19 world. In an effort to boost tourism to the region following months of state-mandated travel restrictions, VisitNorfolk and Visit Virginia Beach have joined forces to launch “Together At Last,” a co-operative marketing initiative that provides visitors with easy access to a wide variety of savings at more than 60 local businesses in both destinations. Additional businesses will be added throughout the campaign.
“Our goal is to provide our visitors and local residents with a convenient and cost-effective means to plan their trips while also supporting the local economies of our two great cities,” said VisitNorfolk President and CEO Kurt J. Krause. “Between the two destinations, we offer hundreds of exceptional restaurants and independent retailers, dozens of museums, more than 100 premier options for lodging, not to mention four beautiful beaches and nearly 200 miles of shoreline. Simply put, we are better together, and we can’t wait to welcome people back.”
From cultural institutions to retailers, attractions, lodging properties, restaurants, breweries, and everything in between, “Together At Last” will be available through Labor Day.
The digital “At Last” pass can be accessed by visiting www.visitnorfolkvabeach.com.