Discover Quincy Hosts MA Legislative Hearing on Arts, Culture and Tourism
Discover Quincy extends an invitation to anyone interested in voicing their concerns regarding Tourism, Arts and Cultural Development in Massachusetts to join us on Friday, May 20. "Home to the birthplaces, summer White House and final resting place of United States Presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams, historic attractions virtually unmatched in authenticity, and being so easily accessible to neighboring tourism destinations Boston and Plymouth, Quincy is working to increase our visibility as a tourist destination. Our attractions report a 10% increase in visitation in 2015 and we are greatful for the support of MOTT, GBCVB, and MCC in investing in our arts, cultural and tourism economies as their resources have positively affected our results." says Margaret Laforest, Director of Tourism, Quincy Chamber of Commerce. Kindly RSVP if planning to attend.