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York County Convention & Visitors Bureau Announces Made In America Tours For 2014

Published: 05/05/2014

Louise Heine
Destination Marketing Director
York County Convention & Visitors Bureau
717-852-9675, ext. 109 or

Brent Burkey
Communications Specialist
York County Convention & Visitors Bureau
717-852-9675, ext. 103 or

YORK, PA-The York County Convention & Visitors Bureau, the Official Tourist Promotion Agency for the Factory Tour Capital of the World, officially extends the invitation during National Travel and Tourism Week for one and all to come to the 16th Annual Made In America Tours Event June 18-21, 2014.

Amid the prominence of factory tours in Pennsylvania's 2014 Vacation Guide, York County, PA, is the natural home base and gateway for travelers visiting the commonwealth this year. Likewise, the Made In America Tours Event is the annual centerpiece of York County's diverse, educational and entertaining factory tour experience offered throughout the year.

Come see the grandeur and efficiency of high-tech manufacturing up close, watch hand-crafted magic come to life in artisan shops, and go behind the scenes during the Made In America event at places you might not get to be other times of the year.

"We are excited and ready to welcome additional visitors and guests to York County who might discover the great attractions and offerings in our community thanks to the focus of this year's Pennsylvania Vacation Guide, and we look forward to hosting them again in the years to come," said Anne Druck, President of the York County Convention & Visitors Bureau.

With a busy tourism season approaching, about 450,000 copies of the PA Vacation Guide will be distributed through an array of channels to feature factory tours throughout the commonwealth - and York County, PA - as great vacation experiences.

Visitors to this year's Made In America event will get to discover how they make mouth-watering snacks at Martin's Potato Chips and Utz Quality Foods, see Sunrise Soap Company create small batches of soap with a wide variety of fragrances, learn how Naylor Wine Cellars continues to make great wine - and so much more.

The diversity of our Made In America tours is just the beginning of the summer vacation that awaits in York County, PA. We truly have something for everyone to enjoy - from spectacular outdoor adventures and historical experiences to great dining and shopping, and the year-round Mason-Dixon Wine Trail and Susquehanna Ale Trail.

Visitors can discover picturesque rural landscapes, including along the majestic Susquehanna River, nestled not far from some of the East Coast's largest metro areas - and potentially enjoy them while jumping from winery to winery or brewery to brewery.

The county contains one of the largest populations of wineries in Pennsylvania and has a growing group of craft breweries to complement great dining and shopping in historic downtown York and throughout York County.

York can even boast being the first capital of the United States. The adoption of the Articles of Confederation here is just the start of the role York County has played in our nation's history.

A multi-day stay York County, PA, puts you in the center of Pennsylvania's #1 tourist region including Gettysburg, Lancaster County and Hershey. Just north of Baltimore, Maryland, our community is easily accessible from major metropolitan areas stretching from New York to Washington, D.C., and beyond.

Download a copy of the Official York County travel guide at For a copy of our Made In America Tours Event brochure and other information about the event, visit

The York County Convention & Visitors Bureau's Mission is to maximize tourism expenditures and their economic impact in York County, PA, through comprehensive tourism sales and marketing programs. The York County CVB's Vision is for a York County where tourism is recognized for the value of its economic impact; and its role in raising the profile of York County as a sought-after destination. For more information on the York County Convention & Visitors Bureau, call 1-888-858-9675 or visit