Media Press Kit



We are Greater Beloit’s tourism champion using our expertise to generate positive economic impact and to create a vibrant community for residents and visitors.


Continuing to transform the Greater Beloit area as an extraordinary place to live and as a preferred travel destination in the Midwest.



Since it’s inception, Beloit has seen nearly 180 years of American history unfold. The town played a role as a way station on the Underground Railroad and actively participated during the Industrial Revolution, thanks to the ingenuity of its citizens. Fast-forward a century to find Beloit’s workforce helping to meet production demands during WWII. During this time, the invention of Korn Kurls made big waves in the food industry.

Innovation is still thriving in Beloit; only now, there’s a little more fun involved. Tech-savvy, forward-thinking businesses are building their enterprises in the little town that could. Take a look at the historical timeline to view some of Beloit’s rich history.


Image Gallery

We want to ensure you have the perfect picture of Beloit to enhance the story you are working on. We have a number of images available for use.

It is Visit Beloit’s policy to restrict the use of its photography to media, the promotion of the city for non-commercial use, and to other non-profit organizations. The policy is in place for the general promotion of the Beloit area for business development and tourism, and to protect the rights of the photographers with whom we work. Please note that photo credits must be used at all times! If you find photo(s) in the gallery you wish to use, please email the Director of Marketing & Public Relations.

If you require an image for commercial use, we would be pleased to provide you with a list of excellent local photographers.

Press Coverage
Annual Events Blog

Downloadable Files

Fact Sheet
Top Things to Do, Eat, Stay
Beloit Area Map
Wedding Guide

Visit Beloit Getaway Planner

Press Requests

If you are a member of the media or travel journalist seeking press assistance, please contact the Director of Marketing and Public Relations at 608-313-1362 or