Cobb County, Ga – (March 22, 2023) – Cobb Travel & Tourism (CT&T) is proud to launch “Cobbunity,” a new initiative celebrating Cobb County’s diversity in its visitors and residents, as well as the complete spectrum of assets and accessibility throughout Cobb’s tourism and hospitality community.

Merging the words “Cobb” and “community,” Cobbunity speaks to arts, music, sports, conventions, tradeshows, groups, attractions, venues, hotels, film makers, and more. All of these come together to form tourism and hospitality in Cobb.

By using the definition of hospitality, which is “the friendly reception and treatment of guests or strangers.” Cobbunity reminds us all that being welcoming to everyone is at the core of the hospitality community.

“We believe it is CT&T’s responsibility to highlight Cobb’s attractions and venues and their accessibility for all; it is up to us to let people know where they can bring their dogs and their wheelchairs,” said Holly Quinlan, President and CEO of CT&T. “It is up to us to have our arms open wide to people of all walks of life, genders, faiths, and socioeconomic groups; it is our responsibility to tell Cobb’s unity story within hospitality and tourism.” is the website developed to support and highlight the diversity of Cobb’s tourism an hospitality assets, as well as the unique people and places within the industry. It includes a listing of inclusive events, accessible attractions, and sensory-friendly places to explore.

CT&T will feature Cobbunity in its 2023 marketing efforts, focusing on the wide range of tourism offerings and the diversity available throughout the entire county, as well as the personalities that make Cobb so dynamic.

“Cobbunity is more than a campaign; it is a commitment to say that individuality is important and that all are welcome,” said Quinlan.

For more information on Cobbunity, visit


Cobb Travel & Tourism is a 501(c)6 nonprofit organization, working to bring visitors to Cobb County. Cobb Travel & Tourism is the only organization positioned to market Cobb County and all of its assets as a 365-day destination. As the leading industry in Cobb County, tourism has significant economic impact.

Lindsey Burruss