The 2012 Salute to Travel and Tourism, SpringfieldMO.org’s new booking engine, the 2012 Springfield Area Visitors Guide and news and statistics about the local tourism industry. The January 2012 Issues and Info has arrived!
“Missouri Meetings & Events” magazine is compiling a comprehensive list of catering companies and services to publish in the winter 2011 issue. This list will help thousands of meeting and event planners across the state and beyond plan better meetings. This listing is FREE!* All you have to do is complete the survey at this
“Missouri Meetings & Events” magazine is compiling a comprehensive list of Missouri hotels with meeting space to publish in the fall 2011 issue. This list will help thousands of meeting and event planners across the state and beyond plan better meetings. To be included in this FREE* listing, complete the attached survey no later than
The 2011 National Association of Sports Commissions Symposium was a great opportunity for networking with sporting event rights holders and learning.
Have you added your discount to www.RoadTripRewards.com? If not, what are you waiting for!? The Missouri Division of Tourism is partnering with the 411 McDonald’s in Missouri to reach their 65 million customers during the summer. Best of all, this is absolutely FREE to Missouri’s tourism attractions and destinations. If you need more information, log
The Missouri Division of Tourism’s summer promotion with McDonald’s officially is a “GO!” Beginning today, industry partners can visit Industry.VisitMO.com to upload deals and discounts for Road Trip Rewards. To create a listing, you will be required to log in to your existing VisitMO.com account, or create a new account by clicking on “Register” in the
Missouri’s Civil War sites will be easier to find and will share a common graphic identity, thanks to a new program that gives municipalities, institutions and historic sites six new ways of showing their association to the Civil War. The Missouri Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission is announcing the opening of its highway signage program. The program is designed to provide qualified sites throughout the state a common graphic that clearly denotes a site’s association with the Civil War.
Check out the “Tourism Matters” video created by the Missouri Division of Tourism. Did you know tourism is one of Missouri’s top industries? Tourism DOES matter!!
The Convention & Visitors Bureau officially launched a new website and its 2011 advertising campaign promoting Springfield as a travel destination today.
Tracking for the 2010 leisure campaign and planning for the 2011 leisure campaign was a major focus of the marketing department during the second quarter of FY 2010-11. The 2010 campaign directed visitors to www.VacationSpringfield.com to request a Passport to Family Fun. Nearly 23,000 people visited the website to request the coupon books. In addition,