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Meet (Virtually) In Vermont

Liven up your virtual meetings with a Vermont background! Whether sitting fireside at the Senator Justin S. Morrill State Historic Site, hanging in the pasture with a few cows, or at a pristine lake, let people know Vermont is where you want to be. Check out our downloadable virtual backgrounds below.
Mountain Biking in Vermont

Mountain Biking

Mountain biking is a fantastic way to take in Vermont’s seasons and enjoy the fresh mountain air, while taking a pedal through the beauty and fiery color of a Vermont autumn.

Fall in Vermont

Vermont's Farms

Vermont’s farms encapsulate pastoral life, providing fresh, local food and being stewards of the land the love. Be sure to keep your social distance from those cow during your meeting!

Maple trees in Vermont

Vermont Maple Syrup

Vermont maple syrup is an iconic table staple. Vermont’s sugarmakers produce more maple syrup than any other state. Maple sugaring season is a Vermont tradition. Change up your virtual background and consider ordering some maple syrup to keep you going.

Ski mountains in Vermont

Winter Sports

Winter sports are one of the best ways to celebrate the magic of a Vermont snowstorm. Why not meet on the virtual slopes while you wait for the chairlifts to spin again next winter.

Justin Morrill Historic Site

Historic Vermont

The Senator Justin S. Morrill State Historic Site honors the life and accomplishments of Sen. Justin Morrill, who, in the late 1800s, provided funding for land-grant colleges, making education more accessible to more people nationwide. His homestead, located in Strafford, is one of Vermont’s beautiful state-owned historic sites.

Spring in Vermont

Summer in Vermont

Summer in Vermont means green mountains and valleys as far as the eye can see, waterfalls, hikes, horseback riding and long days that seem to last forever. Enjoy a beautiful Vermont summer virtually while you connect online.

Lake Willoughby in Vermont

Lake Willoughby

Lake Willoughby in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom is Vermont’s deepest lake, framed by mountains that form the Willoughby Gap, visible behind the lake’s clear water. Lake Willoughby is a popular spot for swimming, hiking, fishing, camping and recreating. Take your next call with friends from the beach.