* The Seattle Lesbian newspaper highlights Thurston’s agritourism tour
* The Seattle Lesbian readers live within an hour+ of our area
* Their readers are very well-educated, affluent, and influential
* Features the benefits of our area to a new set of potential tourists
– “New Self-Guided Tour Turns Thurston County Into Agritourism Destination”
“Olympia-Lacey-Tumwater Visitor & Convention Bureau and Thurston County launch new agritourism marketing program connecting purveyors with visitors
Tasting trips throughout Washington’s Thurston County are now easier to navigate courtesy of the new Thurston Bountiful Byway self-guided tour. Dedicated to helping visitors explore the region’s more than 68,000 acres of farmland, this new printed and digital map (linked here) connects travelers to the source of the region’s best craft beverages, fresh produce and more. Thurston Bountiful Byway maps can be found at the Olympia Visitor Information Center (103 Sid Snyder Way SW) or at bountifulbyway.com,” quoting The Seattle Lesbian.
– About “The Seattle Lesbian (TSL)”
The Seattle Lesbian (TSL) is a daily online newspaper operating from offices in the Pacific Northwest, and reaching communities spanning continents around the world. TSL has changed the landscape of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) life by providing thought-provoking content with substantial relevancy on various angles of discussion and advocacy.
– Sarah Toce, Founder/Publisher
Named one of GO Magazine’s Red Hot Entrepreneurs of 2014, award-winning journalist Sarah Toce has interviewed and profiled many of the world’s most influential players ranging from high-level politicians to A-list celebrities, health experts, and key civil rights advocates. Her diversified portfolio has runs the gamut between local, national and international news coverage and features.
Sarah is the founder, publisher and editor-in-chief of Seattle’s only lesbian newspaper – The Seattle Lesbian. In its first year alone, The Seattle Lesbian reached a threshold of one million readers on a global scale. In 2012, the Seattle Lesbian was a distinguished recipient of the McCormick Foundation’s New Media Women Entrepreneurs Award.
This is wonderful news that a fine newspaper for such a highly educated, affluent and influential group of readers within an hour’s drive of Yelm, set their sights highlighting the Nisqually Valley.
BRAVO to Sarah Toce and her staff for covering the Olympia-Lacey-Tumwater Visitor & Convention Bureau and Thurston County agritourism story!