WARSAW — The Kosciusko County Convention and Visitors Bureau has launched the Breakfast Trail Passport, the latest in a series of free, digital passports called the Engage Kosciusko Digital Passport Program. The Breakfast Trail Passport features 14 restaurants and coffee shops serving breakfast in Kosciusko County.
When passholders check-in at all breakfast locations on the passport, they will be entered into a drawing to win $100 in Kosciusko Cash. This drawing will happen next year on Dec. 13, 2023, giving users a full year to complete the passport. Additionally, some of the businesses are offering exclusive discounts on breakfast to passholders.
This passport is designed to drive visitors and residents alike to local businesses in Kosciusko County. It is joining five other passports the KCCVB has created, including the Trail Blazer Challenge, Public Art Trail Challenge, Adventure Challenge, Sipping Trail Passport and Taco Trail Passport.
The passports are divided into two categories. Challenge passports allow users to earn prizes by checking in at locations, while savings passports include local businesses who offer discounts to passport users.
The Breakfast Trail Passport includes the following locations: American Table Restaurant, Creighton’s Crazy Egg Café & Coffee Bar, Etna Green Café, Lakes Grill Restaurant, Syracuse Café, Diana’s Family Restaurant, Cardoso 520, Cozy Cottage Restaurant, Maria’s Family Restaurant, Maria’s House of Pancakes, Mugshots Coffee House & Eatery, Light Rail Café, Coffee Depot and Milford Harvest Coffee.
“If you are a breakfast lover, this trail is for you! Both visitors and residents alike can enjoy this passport and help support local Kosciusko County restaurants this holiday season while earning the chance to win $100 in Kosciusko Cash,” said Laura Rothhaar, the marketing and communications manager at KCCVB.
Sign up for the Breakfast Trail Passport and other passports at visitkosciuskocounty.org/engage-kosciusko-experience-passes/
For passport assistance or questions, call (574) 269-6090, email [email protected] or stop into the Visitors Center in Warsaw.