The Glorious Shades of Vermont: Quechee Lakes Predicts Brilliant Fall Foliage -- New Complimentary Concierge Service to Aid Leaf-Watchers

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Quechee Lakes predicts glorious shades of color this fall that will attract a record number of visitors for leaf peeping, Vermont wine and cheese tasting and the awe-inspiring natural attractions that the Green Mountain State is known for worldwide. "We've experienced many bright sunny days and received plenty of moisture this summer, which has created ideal growing conditions for all vegetation," says Ginger Anderson, chief of Forest Management for the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation. "We can look forward to another brilliant fall foliage season." According to the Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing research, 25.6 percent of its visitors, or 3.4 million, make their journey during the fall season. Vermont is also the nation's leading producer of maple syrup and attributes much of its fall foliage beauty to the high concentration of sugar maples, the official state tree.

And to make it easy for people to plan that perfect autumn getaway, or for that matter, a Vermont getaway at any time of the year, we have opened a new concierge center

Quechee Lakes predicts glorious shades of color this fall that will attract a record number of visitors for leaf peeping, Vermont wine and cheese tasting and the awe-inspiring natural attractions that the Green Mountain State is known for worldwide.

"We've experienced many bright sunny days and received plenty of moisture this summer, which has created ideal growing conditions for all vegetation," says Ginger Anderson, chief of Forest Management for the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation. "We can look forward to another brilliant fall foliage season."

According to the Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing research, 25.6 percent of its visitors, or 3.4 million, make their journey during the fall season. Vermont is also the nation's leading producer of maple syrup and attributes much of its fall foliage beauty to the high concentration of sugar maples, the official state tree.

"We find that when people come to visit Quechee Lakes during its fall foliage season, they fall in love with its majestic landscape and the Vermont lifestyle," said Oleg A. Vyadro, managing director of inSegment, the Quechee Lakes Development Company's exclusive sales and marketing agency, Quechee Lakes' largest residential real estate firm and developer. "And to make it easy for people to plan that perfect autumn getaway, or for that matter, a Vermont getaway at any time of the year, we have opened a new concierge center," added Vyadro.

The new Quechee Lakes Concierge Center offers complimentary year-round planning services that include full Vermont itineraries including lodging, dining and recreational activities.

The Quechee Lakes Concierge Center's hours of operation are Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday 10 a.m. to 3 pm. Guests are invited to stop in, call (888) 566-8244 or send an e-mail to concierge@quecheelakes.com.

Quechee Lakes is within an easy two-hour drive of Boston and a short flight of New York's LaGuardia International Airport. It is located in the picturesque town of Quechee, known for its spectacular gorge, a mile-long rocky cleft, and near the historic villages of Woodstock, Vt., and Hanover, N.H.

For weekly foliage reports, visit http://www.VermontVacation.com or call the state's toll-free visitor line at 1-800 VERMONT. As the season progresses, reports will be updated on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

According to the Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing research, visitors make 13.4 million trips to Vermont each year and visitor spending adds an estimated $1.57 billion to the state's economy.

About Quechee Lakes:
Quechee Lakes is located in the picturesque town of Quechee, Vt. The area is known for its spectacular gorge, a mile-long rocky cleft, and wide range of year-round activities. It's also within a 15-minute drive of the Dartmouth College campus and medical facilities in Hanover, N.H. The 5,200-acre Quechee Lakes luxury community boasts an impressive array of townhomes, single-family homes and private home sites on a variety of topographical locations.

Residents are granted exclusive membership rights to the community's two championship golf courses, a state-of-the-art clubhouse, an indoor and an outdoor pool, a fitness center, walking trails, tennis courts, ski slopes and other recreational amenities in pristine natural surroundings. Within an easy two-hour drive of Boston and a short flight from New York's LaGuardia International Airport, Quechee Lakes is synonymous with clean air and good living in the heart of New England. For more information, visit http://www.quecheelakes.com or call the sales center at (888) 364-5818.

About the Developer:
The Quechee Lakes Development Company is Quechee Lakes' largest residential real estate firm and landowner. It is owned by an affiliate of Taurus Investment Holdings, LLC, an international real estate company (http://www.tiholdings.com).

inSegment, Inc. of Needham, Mass. is the exclusive sales and marketing agency for Quechee Lakes Development Company (http://www.insegment.com).

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