Trumbull Tourism Launches ‘Where’s Wally’ Scavenger Hunt

WARREN, Ohio — Trumbull County Tourism Bureau’s new “Where’s Wally?” mobile pass scavenger hunt provides an engaging way to learn about many of the sites the county has to offer.

The mobile pass is an extension of the the “Where’s Wally?” Facebook campaign launched last year in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It features Wally, the beagle of one of the bureau’s staff members, who is photographed visiting points of interest in the county.

The “Where’s Wally?” mobile pass is free to register and participate, and is available via smartphone or computer sign up. The GPS-driven pass provides a custom tour around the county, indicating Wally’s location, information about the site and other area attractions.

“We want to encourage visitors and residents to get outdoors safely and actively; to enjoy the charm and vibrancy of Trumbull County,” said Beth Kotwis Carmichael, executive director of Trumbull County Tourism.

Users can check in at eight different locations and answer questions along the way. They can also find “other points of interest” near each site. The first 200 users to complete the hunt will receive a plush “Where’s Wally?” toy at a secret location that is only revealed after checking into all eight areas.

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Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.