IGotABike chosen as a finalist for Ohio Travel Association RUBY Award

The IGotABike Ohio to Erie Trail Guide has been chosen as a finalist for a RUBY Award by The Ohio Travel Association in the category “Mobile Applications.”

With the annual RUBY Awards, the Ohio Travel Association honors those who have found the most innovative ways to market their destination or services. In the sixteenth year of the RUBY Awards, the Ohio Travel Association will recognize and reward outstanding artistry in the diverse field of travel and tourism marketing and advertising.
Entries are judged in 16 catagories based on relevance (objective), focus (strategy), differentiation, action (execution), breakthrough (result).

The winners will be announced at The Ohio Travel Association Conference on Tourism which will take place October 16-18, 2013 at the Cincinnati Marriott North, West Chester, Ohio.

Regardless of the outcome we already feel like winners and are honored to be recognized as finalist. The IGotABike Ohio to Erie Trail Guide will be on display at the convention which is well-attended by delegates from across the state. Last year’s RUBY Award winners included Great Wolf Lodge, COSI, Ohio Historical Society, Experience Columbus, Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, Cleveland Airport System, Lake Erie Shores and Islands, Lehmans’s, Positively Cleveland, Hocking Hills Tourism, many Convention and Visitor Bureaus including Mansfield/Richland County, Warren County (Kings Island), and more.

The Ohio Travel Association is a nonprofit trade association representing travel and tourism related businesses. Its mission is to create a vibrant Ohio through a strong, equipped, and more profitable tourism industry.

Thanks to all who have contributed to the IGotABike success and encourage us to keep riding and writing.

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3 Responses to IGotABike chosen as a finalist for Ohio Travel Association RUBY Award

  1. 2manyhills says:

    Congrats! This is exciting. Get some bike helmet cams so we can watch you riding live! MHR!

  2. hartmame says:

    Great news! The trail guide worked great for my Ohio to Erie ride!

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