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Palisades Center is Advancing Tourism in Rockland County

Published: 06/04/2019

Recently the Rockland Business Association held it’s “sweet sixteen” celebration for the annual Pinnacle Awards ceremony. This year, Palisades Center was honored with the recognition for Advancing Tourism in Rockland County! The award recognizes Palisades Center for collaboratively growing the tourism economy as Rockland County’s top tourist attraction with 24 million visits annually and guest from all 50 states and 114 countries worldwide, also making Palisades Center among the top ten most visited shopping, dining and entertainment destinations in the country.

Congratulations to the Palisades Center on receiving the distinguished RBA Pinnacle Award!” said Town Supervisor, George Hoehmann. “The Palisades Center has become a staple in the Town of Clarkstown and a most desirable shopping and entertainment destination for the entire region. On behalf of the Town of Clarkstown, congratulations and I wish you much continued success!”

Over the past twenty-one years and with the support of its local travel and tourism partners, Palisades Center has continually evolved its guest offering and experience to become an international travel and tourism destination. From its legendary ThEATery pavilion to being the first to incorporate shopping right alongside of dining and entertainment, Palisades Center has always redefined what’s next for an entire industry while attracting millions of travelers from outside the region to support travel, tourism, and hospitality for Rockland County.

Palisades Center is pleased to join other honorees, including County Executive Ed Day, Rockland Business Association’s President Al Samuels, Suez, Robin Rosenberg, and Montefiore Nyack Hospital. With the support of the community and government partners, Palisades Center can continue to evolve and attract millions of visitors from all over the world to Clarkstown and Rockland County and collectively grow the tourism economy.