On June 16th, South Shore Convention & Visitors Authority (SSCVA) announced the 25th Anniversary of Just Around the Corner South Shore Poster Series. This series had its first formal public announcement on June 10, 1997, and was coincident with the announcement of the publication of the book “Moonlight in Duneland,” a pictorial collection of the South Shore Line posters of the 1920’s, photographs of the era, and the history of the South Shore Line, in part illustrated by Mitch Markovitz.
The posters were created to encourage leisure travel to northern Indiana, increasing ridership as well as turning those leisure riders into daily commuters – focusing on the speed and ease of the South Shore Line travel.
“These posters are a way for us to directly showcase our many South Shore attractions, events and destinations that are available,” says David Uran, President and CEO at the SSCVA. “The colorful and ‘romantic’ poster series often features the Indiana Dunes National Park and the Dunes State Park – depicting our various seasons, events, holidays and beautiful views of northern Indiana.”
Are you a local business owner interested in commissioning your own South Shore poster? Be a part of a legacy! The SSCVA is looking for partnerships to create new posters in the Just Around the Corner Series. Working with us allows a local business or organization to be highlighted in the artwork or sponsor iconic South Shore imagery. In exchange the business owns a one of kind, original painting and poster prints. For more information, contact the SSCVA Art Director Andrea Rivera at 219-301-7754.
To learn more about the South Shore Poster Series or to purchase your very own, visit southshoreposters.com.
First poster in the Just Around the Corner South Shore Poster Series
About the South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority: The SSCVA is a sales and marketing organization that leads the hospitality industry and aids its partners through the development and support of attractions throughout the region. They draw sporting events, meetings, and group tours from around the nation, offering an ideal getaway for those traveling within a 250-mile radius.