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June 2017

Road Trip Masters to Film in Greene County

GREENE COUNTY, NY (June 26, 2017): The Great Northern Catskills of Greene County will be hosting Road Trip Masters www.roadtripmasters.com on Wednesday, June 28, 2017, through Saturday, July 1st to promote Greene County as a vacation destination. Stops to be featured are Scribner's Lodge, The Village of Tannersville, Tannersville Bike Path's, New York Zipline Adventures and the Villa Vosilla Resort.

Road Trip Masters is a half hour TV show hosted by two educators, Nick Kessler and Brian Fulmer. They have one mission...to tell the story of unique travel destinations across America. Nick and Brian take viewers along for the ride in their 1968 convertible Cadillac DeVille as they road trip to explore each town or city in a fun, spontaneous and adventurous style.

Road Trip Masters air nationally on Discovery Communications Channels: Discovery, Destination America, and American Heroes. Season 2 debut will air January of 2018. In addition to the Discovery Channels, the show will be distributed through Amazon Prime, Apple TV, and Roku.

About Greene County: Greene County is in the Great Northern Catskills, home to five of the 10 highest peaks in the Catskill Park, family resorts, outdoor adventure and year-round entertainment. Known as the nation's first wilderness, and renowned as the home of Thomas Cole's Hudson River School, the Catskills are a haven for outdoor recreation and artistic inspiration. Greene County was also the inspiration for Washington Irving's literary legend, Rip Van Winkle. For more information about Greene County, visit www.GreatNorthernCatskills.com.