The Charles County Office of Tourism received an award from the Maryland Office of Tourism recognizing their investments and contributions to Cultural Heritage Tourism. The Charles County Commissioners recognized the Tourism office’s achievement Tuesday. From the county’s news release:
On Tuesday, Dec. 15, the Charles County Commissioners recognized the Charles County Office of Tourism for the 2015 Maryland Office of Tourism Development Award in the “Cultural Heritage Tourism” category for the Lincoln 150 Commemoration: On the Trail of the Assassin event. The Cultural Heritage Tourism award recognizes outstanding investments and contributions in stewardship and/or development of Maryland’s cultural heritage product and engagement in regional and statewide tourism initiatives.
For more information on the award recognition read the county’s news release, and to learn more about the Charles County Office of Tourism visit their website.