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Dear Media Friend, 

Welcome to the Maine Office of Tourism Press Room.   We are delighted by your interest in covering Maine and hope we can help you discover the authenticity, originality and creativity that so defines The Maine Thing.


The views, the food, the people, the culture, the welcoming are all part of Maine where we like to say the unexpected comfortably lives around every corner. Maine Insiders will tell you that the four seasons and the five senses are the best of friends.  You can wake up on the coast, scale a mountain in the afternoon, and end your day reveling in Maine’s eclectic dining scene.  Our innovative chefs combine “farm-to-table” with “sea-to-table” to create a dining experience that promises to delight. 

Maine has a thriving arts and culture scene that happens everywhere from artist colonies to art museums, and from street art to Maine-made crafts handed down through generations.  

From the great outdoors to the great indoors … from inns that welcome you with local charm, to secluded cabins or hotels and resorts that pamper your body and soul…and festivals that offer spontaneous fun … you’ll find there is an amazing amount of originality to discover in Maine.   It’s ironic that the state with such a short name has such a long list of things to do.


If you are interested in visiting us for an article you are preparing, please fill out our Media Trip Request Form and send it to us.  We look forward to captivating you!


Press Contacts:

Janet Bartucci                                                Joan Brower

The Dilenschneider Group                          The Dilenschneider Group

jbartucci@dgi-nyc.com                                jbrower@di-nyc.com

mainetourism@dgi-nyc.com                      mainetourism@dgi-nyc.com

Latest Releases
August 27, 2014
August 27, 2014, AUGUSTA, Maine – With the start of the Maine Fall Foliage season soon to begin, The Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry (DACF) reports that conditions in the northernmost part of the state are prime for subtle color changes with very low leaf drop.  Beginning...
August 27, 2014
August 19, 2014, AUGUSTA, Maine -- Inspired by Maine’s natural beauty, generations of painters, sculptors and decorative artists have identified the state as a brilliant backdrop for the creation of visual arts, fiber arts and Maine made crafts.There are unique arts exhibitions to be enjoyed this...
August 26, 2014
Complimentary Entry to 22 Iconic Light Stations   Augusta, ME  – The State of Maine’s sixth annual Open Lighthouse Day will take place on Saturday, September 13 with lighthouses open throughout the state and free entry available to visitors on this one day.  The popular event, sponsored by the...

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There are many ways to get around in Maine. Windjammers, river rafts, alpine skis, snowmobiles, kayaks and hiking boots can transport visitors over water and...

April 8, 2013

Mainer Barry Tripp loves to play outside in Maine in all the seasons.

September 14, 2012

Each June classic Maine windjammer schooners gather in Boothbay Harbor for the Windjammer Days Festival. The event has fun and activities for all ages, and c...

April 17, 2012

Maine is home to New England's only traditional wooden toboggan chute, and each February more than 400 teams from around the U.S. compete for the title of fa...

January 27, 2012

Short clips of various Lighthouses along the coast of Maine.

January 11, 2012

Short clips of various Lighthouses along the coast of Maine.

January 11, 2012

With the crisp air of autumn comes the chance to experience a quintessential fall weekend in Maine. For starters, you'll be amazed at the glorious colors on ...

November 5, 2011

Canoeing is a Maine tradition and a great way to experience our scenic rivers and lakes. The Allagash Wilderness Waterway is a canoeing classic, as is the St...

November 4, 2011

Lighthouses were once the saviors of the seacoast. Their bright beacons and resonating foghorns cut through foul weather, warning ships of impending danger a...

November 4, 2011

Maine Office of Tourism - 2011 Fall TV Commercial.

October 31, 2011

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