Lifestyle visitor guide provides enhanced visuals and information to promote region to visitors.
Highlights Accessibility and Sophistication of Chicago Northwest Communities
July 13, 2015: Meet Chicago Northwest (MCNW), the official destination marketing organization for Chicago’s northwest suburbs, announces the publication of its premier publication, the 2015 INDULGE Visitor Guide. The new guide, designed with bold colors and striking photos, showcases the sophistication and affordability of amenities in the eight communities in the Chicago Northwest region and provides a comprehensive directory of accommodations, shopping, entertainment, attractions, and dining options for visitors. Travel tips are provided to alert travelers to best transportation solutions while visiting Chicago Northwest; and sections called “Fun Facts” provide interesting and unique facts about destinations within each community. A map of the area conveniently locates all the amenities included in the guide.
110,000 copies of the 2015 INDULGE Visitor Guide will be professional distributed to over 354 locations. These destination points include regional hotels, Illinois highway tourist information centers, O’Hare Airport, Union Station, McCormick Place, and Chicago Visitor Centers. Again this year, the Guide will be distributed to locations in Milwaukee and St. Louis at key tourist information centers, hotels, and corporate destinations. In addition, the guide is offered to individuals and groups meeting in the Chicago Northwest area.
The 2015 INDULGE Visitor Guide is available in digital format on the Bureau’s website www.chicagonorthwest.com. Individual copies also can be ordered on the Meet Chicago Northwest website.
About Meet Chicago Northwest
Meet Chicago Northwest is the official destination marketing organization for the Chicago Northwest region. We proudly promote the communities of Arlington Heights, Elk Grove Village, Itasca, Rolling Meadows, Roselle, Schaumburg, Streamwood and Wood Dale to make a positive economic impact through tourism.