Visitors to Harford County, as well as residents, will start being rewarded with prizes for checking in to tourism businesses with the unveiling of the Harford Trails Digital Passport, powered by Bandwango. Bandwango provides the ultimate experience for users to discover new places, while also being rewarded.
“Harford County has so many amazing restaurants, attractions, and historical sites. The Harford Trails Digital Passport is another way for residents and visitors alike to explore our County,” said Harford County Executive Bob Cassilly.
The Harford Trails Digital Passport launches just in time for Harford County’s Restaurant Week, running from January 20-29, ten days of delicious dining. Along with participating restaurants during Restaurant Week, the Harford Trails Digital Passport will include check-ins to Harford’s thematic trail locations, such as the breweries and wineries on our Libation Trail, the Harford Barn Quilt Trail, and exploring public art throughout the county along the Harford Mural Trail.
“Harford’s experiential trails are popular with visitors and the launch of the Harford Trails Digital Passport is just another way to add to visitors experience when visiting,” said Visit Harford Board President Jay Ellenby. “We encourage residents and visitors to download the digital passport and start exploring all Harford County has to offer.”
Users can track their progress on their passport on how many points earned, remaining points until the prize level, and where each location is throughout Harford County. With over eighty local establishments onboarded to the Harford Trails digital passport, users will have several options and chances to earn points, which will ultimately earn them prizes.
Create your Harford Trails Digital Passport account today to start earning redeemable points by heading to VisitHarford.com.