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Downtown Visitor Welcome Center Offering Guided Historic Hagerstown Walking Tours

Downtown Visitor Welcome Center Offering Guided Historic Hagerstown Walking Tours

Hagerstown, MD- The Hagerstown-Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) is partnering with Carrie Capuco of Capuco Consulting Services Inc. to offer walking tours of downtown Hagerstown. The 90-minute tours will cover HagerstownR17;s rich history that is significant to many periods of American history by introducing participants to the colonial, Civil War, and industrial aspects of this unique Maryland city. Tours will also cover Hagerstown's architecture.
Walking tours will be available for the cost of $5 and will begin at the downtown Visitor Welcome Center at 10:30am and 1:30pm on scheduled tour dates. Upcoming dates include: July 25, 27, 28 and August 3, 11, and 17. For reservations and tour information call 301-791-3246 x10. Special dates and times can be arranged for groups of more than 12 people.
"It is very exciting for us to be involved with Hagerstown endeavor," Capuco said. "The area is so rich with American Heritage. I feel certain that visitors will be interested in learning more."
Carrie Capuco owns Capuco Consulting Services Inc. (CCS), which provides program management and communications services in three major areas - government, non-profit, and private sector clients. CCS values clients whose activities enhance the quality of human life and the environment. CCS has offices in historic downtown Annapolis, Md., and Hagerstown, Md.
CCS received national certification as a Women's Business Enterprise by the Women Presidents' Educational Organization-DC (WPEO-DC), the regional certifying partner of the Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). Capuco Consulting is also a certified Maryland Small Business Enterprise, Minority Business Enterprise and a registered Small Business Reserve participant.
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