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Fort Ticonderoga Reports Growth in 2012
Fort Ticonderoga, a not-for-profit educational organization and major tourism destination, reports growth for the 2012 season.
“This has been a remarkable year,” said Beth Hill, Fort Ticonderoga President and CEO.
“Fort Ticonderoga has been able to redefine what is possible and generate increased income and support to fulfill its mission. We still have a great deal of work to accomplish, but we are very pleased with 2012’s successes.”
Fort Ticonderoga completed Phase 1 of a 3 part comprehensive plan in March of 2012. The plan, led by PGAV Destinations, a global destination planning firm, identified a number of “Quick Win” strategies that were quickly implemented by Fort Ticonderoga’
Phase 2 of the comprehensive plan is expected to begin in early 2013 and will include product development and an implementation plan for Fort Ticonderoga’
Beth Hill was hired as Fort Ticonderoga’
The Fort Ticonderoga Association serves its mission to ensure that present and future generations learn from the struggles, sacrifices, and victories that shaped the nations of North America and changed world history. It serves this mission by preserving and enhancing its historic structures, collections, gardens and landscapes; and educating the public as it learns about the history of Fort Ticonderoga. Open to the public since 1909, Fort Ticonderoga is the earliest restoration of its kind in the United States. It preserves North America’s largest 18th-century artillery collection, 2000 acres of historic landscape on Lake Champlain, and Carillon Battlefield, the largest series of untouched 18th-century earthworks surviving in North America. Fort Ticonderoga engages more than 70,000 visitors each year, and annually reaches more than 5,000 people in outreach programs. Fort Ticonderoga is accredited by the American Association of Museums and pursues its vision to be the premier military historic site and museum in North America.
Located on Lake Champlain in the beautiful 6 million acre Adirondack Park, Fort Ticonderoga is a not-for-profit historic site and museum that ensures that present and future generations learn from the struggles, sacrifices, and victories that shaped the nations of North America and changed world history. Serving the public since 1909, Fort Ticonderoga engages more than 70,000 visitors annually and is dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of Fort Ticonderoga’
America’s Fort is a registered trademark of the Fort Ticonderoga Association.