History has a name – Featuring 15th Street Pizza

      Henry County’s History, Heart Celebrated in New Campaign The Henry County Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) is celebrating the people and places that have given Henry County a rich past and promise a bright future in their History Has a Name series. The two new installments in this series introduce the families behind 15th Street Pizza and Pub as well as the Gardner Farm and Peach Orchard. In celebration of the new videos, the CVB hosted a Henry County trivia night and premiere event at 15th Street Pizza. The teams proved themselves to be Henry County history buffs and the scores were close. In addition to trivia free green screen photos and free peach ice cream was available prior to the video premiere. 15th Street and Gardner Farm’s videos are part of a larger ongoing campaign – two of a currently 10 part (and growing) series. “Henry County is rich in the stories of family businesses and volunteer run organizations that are sustained by love, dedication and grit,” said Laura Luker, Director of Tourism for the CVB. “People can sample craft beer, eat pizza or buy peaches at lots of places, but it is the people behind the businesses that make the experiences truly unique.” The History Has a Name series is part video interview and part written interview with the owners, founders and long-time managers of the organizations. The two pieces weave together the lives and stories of the people with details about the businesses they operate. The combination gives people a chance to pull back the curtain for a behind-the-scenes look at the lives and decisions that led to each attraction, while also giving the viewer a better sense of what experience each location offers. With the History Has a Name series, the CVB doesn’t just want to introduce visitors to local attractions, but to the heart and soul of who Henry County is through its people. Get to know the Henry County tourism family, including the Gardners and the McHughs, by learning more at VisitHenryCountyGeoriga.com/History.       Read more https://visithenrycountygeorgia.com/history/patrick-katie-mchugh/

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