Comanche Launches “Explore Comanche” Tourism Campaign

The Comanche Chamber of Commerce recently announced the launch of the Explore Comanche campaign. This is the first tourism-focused campaign to share the rich experiences of Comanche with the millions of Texas travelers.

“Comanche is a small town with big personality,” says the Chamber’s Chase Yarborough. “Our businesses have so much to offer to travelers in this great state and working to promote them is at the top of our agenda. We are excited to increase visibility and public awareness of our wonderful community and the unique businesses which include a beer garden, winery, wonderful eateries, boutiques, antique stores and everything in between.”

Comanche offers old-time charms and modern luxuries like wineries and beer gardens. A perfect day trip away from most major cities, Comanche is a wonderful escape from city life. There’s plenty to explore from antiques and home goods to historic buildings like Old Cora, or even a boating excursion out on Proctor Lake nearby. If you would rather relax, just walk around town, grab a beer at Stone Eagle Beer Garden or have a picnic at Brennan Vineyards.

During 2017, both chamber members and business owners took notice of the rising profile of nearby towns in addition to increased Texas tourism. Naturally, we began exploring ways that Comanche could align with the dynamic, small-town experiences that Texas travelers as seeking as they hit the road.  

The comprehensive campaign will include this tourism-dedicated website – explorecomanchetexas.com, digital advertising strategy, media awareness and relations, graphic design, and multimedia content. Found Media Group, out of Austin, is directing the campaign.

We look forward to sharing our favorite parts of Comanche with you. Join us as we Explore Comanche!

4 Comments

  • Cathy Meyenberg

    This why we chose to live in Comanche.

    May 18, 2018
  • Patsy (Dutton) Harris

    This is very exciting…. I’ll have to make a trip back and see the changes. My memories include Dutton Texaco and the Mekinzie Hotel. It’s been a while 👍

    May 19, 2018
  • Paula Stephens

    Great community, very friendly & helpful , I came from Brownwood about 1& half years ago bought an old building & opened Unique Antiques at 210 N Austin Comanche! I have made many good friends and sometimes forget if I’m from Brownwood or Comanche!!😂

    May 19, 2018
  • Patsy (Dutton) Harris

    This is very exciting… I’ll have to make a trip back to see the changes. My memories include Duttons Texaco and the Mckinzie Hotel. It’s been a while.

    May 23, 2018