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HottyToddy.com Publishes Oxford’s First Print and Online Visitor Guide

The cover of Experience Oxford’s first issue features the city’s most famous citizen.

This week, HottyToddy.com launched its first print magazine, Experience Oxford Visitor and Newcomers’ Guide. Experience Oxford’s online and print guide offers a unique advantage to visitors and newcomers for enjoying Everything Oxford and Ole Miss.

“Experience Oxford is a first; content is fully integrated with our website with ties to three very popular Facebook pages and Twitter. The reach is enormous. HottyToddy.Com had 127,000 unique page reads this past month, while our Facebook page, “If You Love Oxford And Ole Miss…” reached some 200,000 viewers,” said Ed Meek, Publisher.

“The content is a mixture of local news and feature stories, ranging from arts and entertainment, to restaurants, shops, bars as well as things to see and do in Oxford,” Experience Oxford Editor Hillary Houston said.

The print edition of Experience Oxford is distributed to all of the hotels, restaurants, bar and merchants in Oxford as well as the Convention Center, Oxford Tourism Office and the Ole Miss campus.

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Experience Oxford readers will find a map of art venues, restaurants, bars and merchants.

“We’ve included a map of entertainment venues, a large section on things to see and do, a list of restaurants, hotels, shops and venues, and a calendar of community events,” Houston said. –– Michael Harrelson, editor, Hottytoddy.com.

Email Michael Harrelson at michael.harrelson@hottytoddy.com


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