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Posted on 9/11/2023
Athletes want new challenges, and spectators are eager to get off the couch and join the excitement that comes with travel and live athletic competitions. According to the World Tourism Organization, sports tourism is one of the fastest-growing sectors in the tourism industry, and the U.S. sports tourism industry, which...
Posted by Megan Seeley on 8/28/2023
On Monday, August 21, the new synthetic turf field at Queensbury Union Free School District celebrated its official ribbon cutting. The event marked the official opening of the Turf Athletic Complex, which is set to revolutionize sports practices and events in the area. The Turf Athletic Complex boasts a versatile,...
Posted by Megan Seeley on 8/24/2023
The Lake George Area offers a number of indoor and outdoor facilities for sports groups coming to the region. There are 7,000+ rooms, 100+ restaurants, 200+ attractions, and year-round events to make our area a true “Sport-cation”. When considering a location for your next sporting event, come to the Lake George...
Posted by Megan Seeley on 8/3/2023
DESIGNED BY NATURE FOR TOP COMPETITION With its pristine 32-mile lake, over 200 miles of natural trails, a beautiful beach and majestic mountains, the Lake George Area is a natural playground for numerous sports from trail running and triathlons, beach volleyball and soccer, to orienteering and skiing. Outdoor Facilities “At a Glance” While...
Posted by Megan Seeley on 8/3/2023
Hosted by the Adirondack Brewery, the LGRCVB offered the ServSafe Food Safety Manager Certification Program to local employers for their Food and Beverage workers to attend free of charge. This opportunity was granted to support and promote the standards in the restaurant industry in Warren County - ensuring safe food...
Posted by Megan Seeley on 5/11/2023
The Surfside Resort in Lake George Village has installed a rooftop, solar power system, 417 panels large. According to the Planning and Zoning Director for Lake George, it is the biggest commercial PV (photovoltaic) solar project in the Lake George area. Resort owner Salim Amersi invested close to $500,000 on the installation....
Posted by Megan Seeley on 5/4/2023
about the project The $5.7M multi-use turf facility has been completed at the SUNY Adirondack Campus, which includes dugouts, bleachers, a press box and a scoreboard. This project was supported by SUNY Adirondack Foundation; New York State; Adirondack Housing Association, which owns and operates the college’s Residence Hall; Faculty Student Association; and...
Posted by Megan Seeley on 5/2/2023 - Read Time: 2 min
The Lake George Area's video streaming app and channel, launched on Monday, May 1 to showcase local businesses, attractions, people, and more. The platform currently has over 230 videos and was developed by Hood Communications, an affiliate of Look M
Posted by Megan Seeley on 4/11/2023 - Read Time: 2 min
The Department of New York American Gold Star Mothers (AGSM) returns to Lake George for its second year in a row. The public is invited to attend the annual convention’s opening ceremony planned for Friday, April 28, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Strand Theatre in Hudson Falls. Since...
Posted by Megan Seeley on 3/22/2023
PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND Tyler Poitras, originally from Saratoga Springs, returns to the area to continue his career as the Senior Sales Manager at the Lake George Regional Convention & Visitors Bureau (LGRCVB). Poitras, a graduate of Johnson and Wales University in Rhode Island, began his hospitality career in 2015 at Walt Disney World,...
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