Two years after the COVID-19 virus cratered tourism nationwide, Connecticut is trying to attract a new kind of visitor — workers with the flexibility and financial means to work remotely for extended periods. , who might consider a long-term rental in a Connecticut town within reach of family-friendly activities.
The CEO of the state’s leading marketing agency mentioned the initiative on Tuesday among several new forays by the state to increase its visibility with vacationers, while speaking to members of the Bridgeport Regional Business Council on Tuesday afternoon. . On Tuesday, Governor Ned Lamont’s office announced that Connecticut had become the first state to join the International LGBTQ+ Travel Association’s “Global Partner” program.