Visitors to the Winchester-Clark County area can now plan their trip to the picturesque, historical destination with a few flicks of the finger. Red Pixel Studios and Winchester-Clark County Tourism Commission announced today that the Winchester App is now available for free on the App Store. A product of Red Pixel Studios’ RPS | infoApp solution, the Winchester App enables users to get information about Winchester and Clark County using their Apple iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
Winchester is ideally situated in Kentucky’s legendary Bluegrass horse country, where lush, rounded hills roll away to the east and become imposing mountains. With more than just postcard-perfect scenery, Winchester offers an array of attractions and rare delights for the entire family – something to satisfy the curiosity, the palette, a sense of adventure and taste for the unique.
The Winchester, KY App features:
• Updates delivered via Apple Push Notification Service
• Cell Phone Tour
• Location Map
“We are proud to have developed the Winchester App for the Winchester-Clark County Tourism Commission,” said Eric Kyle, president, Red Pixel Studios. “We’re also excited to be able to enhance Winchester’s tourism efforts and attract visitors to this beautiful part of the Commonwealth.”
“With the use of technology even small communities can become competitive in the marketing world,” said Nancy Turner, executive director of the Winchester-Clark County Tourism Commission. “The iPhone App will be a great resource for those coming to the area as it allows them to have our information literally at their fingertips. The Winchester App will also be a benefit to local residents because it will keep them current on what is going on in the community.”
The RPS | infoApp solution extends your marketing reach by providing you with your own custom-branded App for the popular Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Give your customers information about your organization and up-to-the-minute news through the convenience of their Apple mobile device.
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