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Signs put Happy Valley's agricultural offerings in the spotlight

Since its launch in October 2019, Happy Valley Agventures has helped to raise greater awareness about Centre County’s robust agricultural product. Now, it is even easier for those looking to plan their next Agventure to do so thanks to the placement of new colorful signage at Happy Valley Agventures’ destinations throughout the county.

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Reflecting on safety, visitation and a fall without football

Without football in Happy Valley, this fall will be unlike any other in recent memory. Through the promotion of safe and responsible visitation, we have an opportunity to show all that makes Happy Valley a desirable place to visit, live and work all year long.

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HVAB committed to safe, responsible visitation

Visitation is a critical economic driver for Centre County. At no time in recent history will the weight of this fact be more known or more felt than it will be this fall. The HVAB is committed to safe travel, and conducts its destination marketing mission with that outcome in mind.

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Wearing a mask is necessary for local economic recovery

For Centre County restaurants, shops and establishments negatively impacted by the ongoing pandemic and just trying to remain afloat, “to mask or not to mask” is not up for debate. Wearing a mask is necessary for economic recovery.

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Going 'green' and the outlook for visitation

Centre County’s move into green was welcome news. We are not out of the woods yet with regard to health concerns related to COVID-19. However, the re-opening of businesses, even with restrictions in place, is another step forward in an eventual return to normal. Till then, our hard-hit restaurants, retail shops, lodging facilities and attractions are navigating a host of new operating procedures and implementing enhanced safety standards all designed to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and keep customers safe.

The Happy Valley Adventure Bureau cannot stress enough that we believe in responsible and safe travel. We do encourage visitors planning business or leisure travel to Happy Valley to refer to the following resources for reliable information and updates regarding COVID-19. Please keep in mind that some articles on this blog were written in a different age pre-virus. Please refer to the individual business websites for current status and hours available. HVAB links to business and other appropriate pages at every opportunity.