The Berkshire Visitors Bureau celebrated their 75th anniversary. Their annual meeting and marketing showcase took place at Cranwell Resort, Spa & Golf Club. The theme of Thanksgiving set the stage for a major announcement of Bureau partnering with Berkshire Farm & Table in 2014 that includes new funds from the State. More than 180 tourism related business leaders were present to elect new members to the Berkshire Visitors Bureau. Some of the new members included Scott Shortt of the Kemble Inn, Michele Kotek of the Red Lion Inn, and Van Shields of the Berkshire Museum, thank you and congratulations.
With fall foliage about to peak in the Berkshires nature once again beckons visitors to come and take in the best of what New England has to offer. Abbott’s Limousine offers scenic tours, winery tours, and other custom tours for your needs, wants and desires.
Typically the colors peak in middle-to-late October (in most years sometime between the 2nd and 3rd week of of the month) which makes this weekend in the Berkshires of Massachusetts the perfect time to take in the technicolor beauty in this region of the country. Abbott’s Livery & Limousine service makes it easy to travel in executive style and comfort to and from the Berkshires while taking it all in.
The Berkshire Hills are alive with sustainable produce and all kinds of goods made from them. Farmers markets are everywhere in most of the Berkshire towns here in Massachusetts. In fact we should get some big warning banners on our Limousines that read “This Limo stops at all Farmers markets and roadside stands” and place them on all our Limos, Cars, and Vans.
While touring through the Berkshires of Massachusetts on back country roads our Limo drivers are meet with many hidden treasures and there seems to be an abundance of roadside stands offering wonderful organic local fruits and vegetables. Are you taking advantage of local goods?
Abbot’s limousine declares Summer has officially arrived, it’s warming up but not getting too hot in the Berkshires and our paradise awaits you. With July 4th on a Wednesday this year many visitors (and locals) will be able to enjoy an extended vacation this year.
There is so much to do in the Berkshires of Massachusetts at this time of year. More things to do