CVB launches wedding website

CVB launches wedding website

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The Tuscarawas County Convention & Visitors Bureau announced the launch of This wedding-focused website is a planning tool providing information on venues, lodging, vendors and things to do in the area.

With 32 wedding venues located throughout the county, couples have long considered Tuscarawas County a dream wedding destination. To attract even more wedding business to the county, the Convention & Visitors Bureau created the website to ensure wedding planners find all the resources they need.

“We are excited about this new website so that couples can easily find the wedding resources they need. I noticed a void when my sister was searching for reception halls in Tuscarawas County and there wasn’t one place that had all the information she needed. This new website will ease the stress for couples planning their special day,” said Teai Warner, communications manager at the bureau.

Couples planning their dream day in Tuscarawas County will find to be a one-stop resource.

“Everything every bride asks about when calling me to book blocks of rooms is readily available for them on this new website. It is a wonderful tool, not only for the brides, but also for hoteliers to reference for ourselves and brides too,” said Sarah Coffey, general manager at the Comfort Inn & Suites at Dover.

The Tuscarawas County Convention & Visitors Bureau hopes this website brings more business to all local businesses. Creating listings for wedding-service providers not only eases planning for the wedding planner, but also it creates a clear pathway for wedding sales.

The CVB features Rodriguez’s House of Stones as the website jeweler. As a locally owned jewelry store with a 140-year-old legacy of service to the community, their jewelry has created countless engagements and weddings.

“Our county has everything you need to plan your wedding effortlessly. New couples are fortunate to have this all available right at their fingertips. Tuscarawas County has become a true destination for a picture-perfect wedding from start to finish. All of us here at the House of Stones are excited for the launch of this great website,” said Ian Wamboldt, graduate gemologist, GIA and registered jeweler, AGS, at Rodriguez’s House of Stones.

Visit for more information or call the Tuscarawas County Convention & Visitors Bureau at 330-602-2427.

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