‘Quirky’ North Carolina in the Spotlight

A Canadian representative for Visit North Carolina says beach enthusiasts are certain to be in their element in North Carolina.

Charmaine Singh told an April 5 Toronto gathering – which featured live blue grass music – that the state has “beaches to die for,” adding that over 500,000 Canadians visit the jurisdiction each year.

Other tourism attributes include “some of the best barbecue anywhere.”

Eleanor Talley of Visit North Carolina’s head office in turn praised the “quirky, amazing things to do and see” in her state.

Pictured at the Toronto event are Singh, Scott Peacock of Visit Raleigh and Stephanie Freed-Burns of Visit North Carolina.