National Selfie Day is June 21 and Travel Wisconsin wants you to celebrate around the state.
"We’re always looking for new and innovative ways to connect with travelers in the state,” said Tourism Secretary-designee Sara Meaney. “This National Selfie Day, Travel Wisconsin is encouraging people to share their memories enjoying Wisconsin’s summer scenery with friends, family and other fans of the Wisconsin State Park System."
Summer is in full-swing and Travel Wisconsin wants to highlight your best angles in some of our state's prettiest places. Snag a pic and share it on social media tagging @TravelWisconsin and use the hashtag #NationalSelfieDay for a chance of being re-posted by the Department of Tourism.
Find one of Travel Wisconsin's "Selfie Stands" located at Wisconsin State Parks, show your pearly whites in the rotunda of the Capitol or vogue in front of the Milwaukee Art Museum. The tourism department suggests quirky roadside attractions, like the World’s Largest Fish in Hayward, the goats on the roof at Al Johnson’s in Sister Bay and the Mars Cheese Castle in Kenosha for those true Wisconsin selfies.
For more places to "Say Cheese!" visit Travel Wisconsin's website.