News and Press

  1. January 2018 Industry Newsletter

    In this issue: Project: Time Off  Register for the Roadmap to the Outdoors Symposium 2018 Governor’s Conference Registration Now Open…

  2. RCTP Grant Funding Available From Three Regions

    The Oregon Coast Visitors Association (OCVA), Willamette Valley Visitors Association (WVVA) and Central Oregon Visitors Association (COVA) have developed and…

  3. 2018 Governor’s Conference Registration Now Open

    Registration for the Annual Governor’s Conference on Tourism is open. The conference provides a unique opportunity to experience three days…

  4. Register for the Roadmap to the Outdoors Symposium

    Governor Kate Brown and First Gentleman Dan Little invite all Oregonians to join them on Feb. 15, 2018 at the…

  5. Applications Open for Oregon Wine Country Plates Matching Grants Program

    Travel Oregon is now accepting applications for Oregon Wine Country Plates Matching Grants funding. The program makes awards to eligible…

  6. Project: Time Off

    January 30 is National Plan For Vacation Day. Celebrate by planning your next vacation! ProjectTimeOff.com reminds employers to encourage their employees to…

  7. Danish food magazine, Mad Venner, highlights Portland’s culinary culture

    This seven-page article by Jan Aagaard, published in Danish food magazine, Mad & Venner, focuses on culinary experiences in Portland.…

  8. BrewsNews.com: “Beer and other natural wonders in Oregon”

    James Atkinson covered nearly every corner of the state as he discovered some of Oregon’s best brews and he documented…

  9. NYTimes.com: “52 Places To Go in 2018″

    NYTimes.com featured the top 52 must-visit destinations around the world for 2018 and Oregon’s Rogue River made the list. See…

  10. LATimes.com: “Indulge in Portland’s salty side on a weekend escape to Oregon”

    Jay Jones discovers the saltiest places in Portland. Read about his findings, here.

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