Clayton, AL, May 27, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- New Magazine Promotes Tourism in Southeast Alabama
Noah Hopkins has done it again. He has helped residents in another Southeast Alabama community see their tourism assets with fresh eyes.
Hopkins is a tourism advocate who identifies, organizes and promotes tourism resources in small towns and cities. His most recent efforts culminated in publication of the Barbour County Tourism Resource Guide, a compilation of countywide tourism venues in the municipalities of Eufaula, Clayton, Baker Hill, Blue Springs and Louisville.
With superbly written articles and stunning pictures, the Barbour County Tourism Resource Guide showcases such tourism amenities as the Whiskey Bottle Tombstone and Octagon House in Clayton, the impressive and well preserved antebellum homes in Eufaula, Mother Nature's perpetual water display in Blue Springs, hunting, fishing and recreation at Lakepoint Resort and many other tourism gems. The magazine also celebrates the pride associated with the eight Alabama governors who are from Barbour County.
Copies of the Barbour County Tourism Resource Guide were delivered to all Welcome Centers in the state of Alabama. Several organizations in Barbour County also received a bulk supply of the magazines to share with their constituents.
Noah Hopkins publishes magazines, produces events and develops other strategies to grow tourism in small towns and cities. He founded the non-profit organization, Community Tourism Network to support his mission.