Okemo Valley Area Map

 


 

Okemo Valley 2014 Map CoverOkemo Valley Map Back 2014Vermont Web & Graphic Design Firm Got2Web, LLC, has released The Okemo Valley Area Map! This is the 8th Annual Edition, and is now available at Vermont Welcome Centers and over 200 area businesses.

The Okemo Valley Area Map features a full size area map, with accomanying detail maps of surrounding Chester, Plymouth, and Weston, as well as downtown Ludlow. Local businesses are featured and easily found in the directory, and the map includes snowmobile trails, event listings, points of interest, and a list of 50 things to do in the area, so you never run out of ideas. Okemo and Jackson Gore are mapped, along with transportation, condo locations, municipal offices and more.

The Okemo Valley Area Map is a veritable treasure trove of great local information. It will bring commerce and exposure to the area's businesses and services, and prove as a fantastic resource for visitors!

The Okemo Valley - The Mobile Guide, released as a mobile media complement to the printed Okemo Valley Area Map, is now available in the Apple iTunes Store and Google Play. The app is designed and developed by Got2App Mobile Services, a service of Got2Web, LLC. Visit the Got2App site at www.got2app.com.


For more information on the Okemo Valley Regional App & Map Project, please visit www.ludlowmap.com

Please contact us with any graphic design inqueries or to request a quote on a project.

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