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Contact: Ted Lerich
TexasCourthouses.com Now Promotes Heritage Tourism
The state's premier website for Texas courthouse photos now provides virtual neighborhoods for small businesses. TexasCourthouses.com intends to re-energize travel and tourism to small town Texas by leverage historical interest in courthouses and other Texana-related historical sites.
Grapeland, Texas July 20th, 2009-What do historical and cultural education, love for highway travel and a building sitting in the middle of a town square have in common? A courthouse that's what, and TexasCourthouses.com is gearing up to promote travel and tourism to places considered “off the beaten path” by promoting Heritage and Cultural Tourism.
TexasCourthouses.com is partnering with local shops and artisans to assist them with letting others know that not only do they “exist” but offer a level of product and service no longer found in the mega stores of today. Said Ted Lerich, Director of Sales and Website Design for TexasCourthouses.com, “I grew up in a small town when the downtown area was the center of it all. It had it all back then: the grocery store, the five and dime, a theater, a drug store and cafes. It was THE place to BE and BE SEEN.” We at TexasCourthouses.com want to help small towns re-emerge across our great state, and by promoting Heritage Tourism we can bring consumers to our customers, those small “mom and pop” shops that may only be advertising at the local level.
“We love small town Texas and we love the state's history and culture,” said Brett Cameron, Director of Marketing and Business Strategies with TexasCourthouses.com. We believe that increasing the commerce in small towns is directly proportional to educating would-be travelers in our rich Texas history and culture. And by promoting travel and tourism we can help small shops to thrive with the atmosphere of small town charm and commerce, paired with friendly personalized service you remember from the past. We believe that TexasCourthouses.com is the best venue to get people interested in traveling the state by using photography and the internet as a means for focused advertising.
·TexasCourthouses.com has been in the courthouse photography business for over nine years and continues to be the best source for courthouse photographs in the state. Their photographs have appeared in numerous books, articles and travel pamphlets. Their new venture transcends just courthouse photos having summoned ‘Lone-Star’ jails whose cages held lone occupants-the star of some one-part play, where the stories were riveting, but outrageously true.
·Now showing on TexasCourthouses.com are the preserved, rich architectural, cultural and social history of Texas’ theaters, cinemas, opera houses, and community theaters which remain essential and irreplaceable conduits that thrust Texas culture onto the screen, stage and life.
·TexasCourthouses.com featured Texas Bridges drive you across the incomparable beauty of surrounding Texas-an experience and that cant be bought!
·There's something fascinating and reassuring about visiting a historic church. TexasCourthouses.com hasn't missed the call to include these structures of eternal significance on our site.
They are all playing a vital role in historic structure preservation while also striving to revitalize small town businesses. TexasCourthouses.com boasts the top ‘unpaid’ search result for Texas Courthouses on Google, Yahoo, MSN and ASK. For additional information on the topic or to obtain advertising rates please contact Ted Lerich at 888-666-3344, email email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> or visit them online at www.texascourthouses.com <http://www.texascourthouses.com>