New App is Chock Full of Useful Information
"HIGH POINT, N.C. May 5, 2015 – The High Point Convention & Visitors Bureau has partnered with Your High Point and unveiled a new free mobile app that is downloadable through the Google Play and the App stores for both Android and Apple smart devices.

“We are making it easy for visitors to find shopping, restaurants, and even the weather forecast,” says Tim Mabe, president and CEO of the High Point Convention & Visitors Bureau. “This app has everything from a listing of upcoming events to a place for notes about your visit to High Point.”

Called “Your High Point,” the app, developed by Andrew Fishman of AGFishman, LLC, features a rotating selection of photos from places to visit around greater High Point, including the Oak Hollow Golf Course, City Lake Park, High Point Museum and the historic train depot, among others.

It also includes a Welcome Page with facts and figures about life in High Point as well as information on Events, Places to Go, Sponsors, Your Notes and, of course, an up-to-date weather forecast.  The section called ‘Nearby’ offers tips on where visitors can find area attractions in addition to furniture shopping, lodging and restaurants with links to the High Point CVB’s social media pages and website. 

              “This app makes up-to-date information about High Point accessible with the tap of your finger,” says Mabe. “We hope visitors and residents will use it to find fun activities, events and all of the other information they need to make their trip to High Point the very best it can be so that they will want to return over and over again.”  
About the High Point Convention & Visitors Bureau:

            The High Point Convention & Visitors Bureau (HPCVB) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote and encourage economic development in High Point through travel and tourism. The CVB works closely with meeting planners to bring events to High Point and to enhance their experience here, providing white glove assistance with event planning tasks including registration, transportation, and coordination among various venues. These services ensure that every group event will be successful down to the last detail because we want each visitor to make yourself at home. Established by state legislation in 1984, the HPCVB is an independent 501(c) 6 nonprofit organization funded by a self-imposed three percent room occupancy tax on local hotels. No taxpayer funds - city, county or state-are used to fund the HPCVB. The new Visitors Information and Welcome Center is located at 1634 N. Main St., High Point, N.C. For more information, visit www.highpoint.org."

- A Press Release

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