Plymouth Ice Festival Launches Mobile Website

Designed for smartphones and tablets, website offers portable information on this weekend's festivities.

The 31-year-old Plymouth Ice Festival will now offer visitors a mobile way to get the latest festival information with the launch of a mobile website.

The website can be accessed by navigating to www.plymouthicefestival.com with a mobile device.

“With the popularity of smartphones and tablets becoming a main channel for people to engage with companies, organizations, events, and anything else with a digital thumbprint, we thought it was imperative to offer a mobile site in order to broaden our lines of communications with festival goers,” festival organizer Sam Walton said in a news release.  “It’s important that we keep the traditional values of the festival alive, but in order to move the event forward we also have to meet the rising expectations of newer generations that want and need to interact through digital devices. And we’re taking our first step in doing so this year. I think everyone will be pleased with the mobile offering form the Plymouth Ice Festival this year.”

The 31st Annual Plymouth Ice Festival officially kicks off at 3 p.m. on Friday and wraps up at 6 p.m. on Sunday.  

For those seeking additional information abou the festival, Patch has Apple and Android apps, which lets you follow stories on Plymouth-Canton Patch. To access the mobile website, simply navigate to plymouth-mi.patch.com with your mobile device.

If you're looking for things to do while downtown, the Plymouth Downtown Development Authority also has a free iPhone and Android app. Search "Downtown Plymouth" in either the Apple or Android app store to download. 

  • Looking for a full list of events for the Plymouth Ice Festival? Check here.
  • Find all of our 2013 Plymouth Ice Festival coverage here.
barry jones January 18, 2013 at 12:41 PM
From out of town-where's the "map"
barry jones January 18, 2013 at 12:43 PM
Ok-full site; under commute


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