We have passed the July 4th mark in summer and the visitors are definitely returning! The NCVC continues to enlist as many available resources as possible to welcome visitors to Music City.
As you may have heard, the NCVC has partnered with an emerging, innovative technology called Stroll, a digital guide for the city, which allows us to create personalized and engaging experiences for Music City visitors through the Stroll mobile app. Read the full press release.
The Stroll App is currently active for Nashville and the NCVC is updating and maintaining general Nashville information and helpful content for users of the App. We need local businesses to join us in Stroll to offer fresh content, special offers, or targeted messages to Nashville locals and visitors.
As a valued member of the NCVC, the Stroll team is extending a promotional, all-access license for Nashville Visitor Center & The Music City Shop to participate in the Stroll App for a minimum of six months – at no cost to you. Stroll provides a location-based marketing tool that enables you to engage your customers with scheduled or real-time content that drives business in the door. Stroll also offers real-time analytics, a contactless ordering, and purchasing system for restaurants and retail, a customized rewards program, and integrated coupons.
The Stroll Digital Guide will be a key player in our toolkit to continue providing visitors information and personalized engagement that enhances their experience. We are excited that Nashville will be known as the first destination to extend Stroll to its visitors.
We encourage you to participate in the Stroll promotional license event, as your participation will help to facilitate and maintain the unique, engaging experience our visitors have come to expect from Music City! Check it out at www.strollnow.com.
You can reach out directly to John Mark Eberhardt with Stroll at firstname.lastname@example.org or expect to hear from someone on the Stroll Team very soon!
Let’s get STROLLING for Nashville!
STROLL DEMO VIDEO