The current tourism slogan: “Connecticut, Still Revolutionary” refers not only to its place in American history, but to its place as a leader in the sciences and arts. Connecticut has always been a land of many American firsts – from the first hamburger, tape measure, telephone exchange, municipal public library and Ph.D degree in New Haven to the first newspaper, revolver, pay phone, car insurance and public art museum in Hartford. Waterbury saw the invention of the can opener in 1858 and the first women’s golf tournament in 1917. The state’s forward looking perspective continues into the 21st century. It was the first to pass a public-option health care reform law in 2009 and the first to pass a law mandating labeling of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) in food products in 2013. That commitment to the health and well-being of its residents, make Connecticut a great place to live and work!
“The Constitution State” truly has much to offer its residents. From Colchester, a “Community Wildlife Habitat”, to the hiking trails of the Audubon Center in Sharon, to great fishing on Connecticut’s largest lake in Danbury – Connecticut is an outdoors enthusiast’s dream. You can attend the “Gathering of the Vibes” celebrating the Grateful Dead in Bridgeport, sample vintages at the Gouveia Vineyards in Wallingford or cruise the Connecticut River and Long Island Sound in Middletown. In October Seymour turns pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness and Glastonbury celebrates apples of all varieties and colors. With hundreds of miles of coastline and rolling hills, world-class museums and theaters, historical sights, great shopping and dining…this state has it all! Want to experience first-hand all that makes Connecticut revolutionary and evolutionary?
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