How to Get Involved With the Visit NC Farms App?
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Visit NC Farms App in Yadkin County: Everything You Need to Know to Join
The Visit NC Farms App was developed by a marketing team at the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, with help from their sponsor, the NC Tobacco Trust Fund Commission. The app was designed to connect visitors and residents across the State to local farms & fisheries, local food & drink, farmers markets & u-pick, local shops, farm stays & lodging, itineraries & trips, and special agricultural events.
The app is a mobile tool to give users full access to information that can connect them to the closet farm or activity that interests them. This Visit NC Farms App is still a pretty new app but it is making its impact on North Carolina. With more than half of the North Carolina counties represented within the app, it is truly highlighting everything NC has to offer. From the sea to the mountains, and everything in between, visitors and residents have the opportunity to get the real Agriculture experiences that have characterized NC for years.
Are you an agribusiness in Yadkin County seeking a new marking resource?
Help us show the many facets of agriculture and what makes our county so special! Are you the owner or operator of a farm, pick-your-own farm, farmers, local food & drink establishment, local shopping destination, farm stay or local lodging? If so, the Visit NC Farms App may be perfect for you.
How will the app benefit you as a local agribusiness owner?
The app is a great way to promote your business and reach a broader audience. App users are just a click away from your farm/business description, pictures, contact information, website & directions to your business. Do you host events that need promotion? Push notifications are sent out by the dedicated admins through the app to notify users of upcoming events.
Steps to become an asset:
- Fill out the Yadkin County Visit NC Farms App Survey
- Please fill in all the boxes at the best of your ability.
- Pay a $50 annual signup fee
- Keep in contact with admin(s) if you need to make any updates to your business hours, events, pictures, etc.
- Submit push notification requests regarding upcoming events, promotions, etc.
Becoming a Sponsor:
- $500 annual signup fee
- Your business will be featured under an app category
- Your business logo with a link to your website will be features on the official Visit NC Farms website.
Want to be a sponsor & an asset?
If you want to sponsor a category within the app but also be an asset that can promote events, you will need to pay both the $50 and the $500. The sponsor’s name will stay unchanged under the category in the app but the asset itself can change throughout the year to highlight something new.
Who to contact?
Questions or need help with the signup process, please contact Kellee Payne at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 336-849-7908.