MobileBrochure® is a powerful new web app that connects restaurants, hotels and attractions to tourists before, during and after a trip. The second version of the MobileBrochure® web app, Smokies To Go, debuted this week and the company will soon expand to other popular towns and tourist destinations.
Designed to provide unparalleled access to information about travel destinations, MobileBrochure® is an ad-free platform developed for all devices.
With a dynamic interactive interface, Smokies To Go recommends things to do, places to go and things to see while on vacation in the Smoky Mountain Region of Tennessee and North Carolina. It also gives businesses the opportunity to offer detailed information, special offers, maps, photos and other media to excite their audience.
Early versions of MobileBrochure® were compelling enough to attract the attention of Ripley’s, Dixie Stampede, Dollywood, Pilot Flying J, Wyndham Resorts, and Food City ̶ all of which are now strategic partners of MobileBrochure®.
“This is so much more than any other travel tool currently available,” said Andrew Parrott of MobileBrochure®.
“After years of fine-tuning MobileBrochure®, we developed a system that truly has the users’ best interest at the forefront. Our environment gives exactly what a traveler wants when they want it; the Smokies To Go app is a game-changer for the travel market.”
MobileBrochure® functions like a digital version of the “literature brochure racks” found in hotel lobbies, restaurants, gas stations and tourist attractions. Free of the constraints inherent in a static paper product, the digital information is dynamic and fluid. MobileBrochure® can provide information ̶ including specials, photos, videos, maps, purchasing options, website links, hours of operation, and more ̶ in real time, and update information whenever necessary. It also provides recommendations custom-tailored to a tourist’s interests.
Because MobileBrochure® is completely digital, it is environmentally responsible and saves companies significant money on printing costs by reducing the number of brochures needed for racks.
“Based on initial response to the Smokies To Go app from both businesses and tourists, we are confident that MobileBrochure® will soon be available in other popular towns and tourist areas,” Parrott said. “We’ve already been asked to come into a half-dozen other markets.”
For more information about MobileBrochure® or the Smokies To Go web app, visit www.MobileBrochure.com or call (865) 428-8985.