glst-2012-travel-magazine.jpgGreat Lakes Seaway Trail, N.Y. and PA - Seaway Trail, Inc., based in Sackets Harbor and Webster, NY, has announced the themes for its free 2012 Great Lakes Seaway Trail Travel Magazine. The glossy color publication showcases the diverse tourism resources of the National Scenic Byway that travels 518 miles along the freshwater shoreline of New York and Pennsylvania.   The editorial lineup for the 2012 Great Lakes Seaway Trail Travel Magazine will include: ·      Architecture - including a fine collection of Frank Lloyd Wright designed sites ·      Agricultural bounty found at historic and modern farms and farm markets on the byway ·      Wine Trails with vineyards blessed by superior coastal growing conditions ·      Boating ·      Fishing ·      The War of 1812 Bicentennial with events from a unique 1812-style quilt show to colorful historic reenactments ·      "Experience scenic America" by driving on this National Scenic Byway.   There will also be information on the Great Lakes Seaway Trail GeoTrail geocaching adventure and a full set of Great Lakes Seaway Trail VolksWalks (leisure walking opportunities) that will debut Trailwide in 2012.   A total of 200,000 copies of the annual travel guide is distributed free at businesses and information centers in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Ontario, Canada, and across the U.S. and internationally to those requesting copies online or via phone or email. Businesses interested in marketing and promotion opportunities through the not-for-profit Seaway Trail, Inc. and the 2012 Great Lakes Seaway Trail Travel Magazine can contact Kurt Schumacher at 1-585-857-1004.


Contact: Kurt Schumacher 585-857-1004 Publicist Kara Lynn Dunn, 315-465-7578