Press Releases

  1. Help Us Celebrate Nine Years of Consecutive Tourism Growth During National Travel and Tourism Week

    Independent findings by Dean Runyan Associates indicate that travel-related spending throughout the state increased by $500 million (up 4.2%) over…

  2. Travel Oregon’s “Only Slightly Exaggerated” Campaign Takes Adventurers on a Brand-New Animated Journey Through Oregon

    PORTLAND, Ore. – April 5, 2019 – Inspired by the viral success of the Only Slightly Exaggerated campaign last spring,…

  3. Oregon-based LAIKA Celebrates 10th Anniversary of “Coraline” with Statewide Screenings to Aid Wildfire Recovery Efforts

    It’s been 10 years since audiences followed a blue-haired girl to a mysterious Other World in the Oscar®-nominated 3D stop-motion…

  4. Time to Plan Your 2019 Vacation—Your Overall Health Will Thank You

    Research shows that American employees work more than any other nation in the industrialized world. This explains why more than…

  5. Travel Oregon Awards $350,000 for Local Tourism Projects

    Beach wheelchair lockers, historic theater renovations, mountain bike trail development and increased signage are just some of the products that…

  6. Travel Oregon Invites Explorers to Discover the Magic of Oregon’s Seasons

    If you were among the millions captivated by Travel Oregon’s whimsical Only Slightly Exaggerated advertising campaign last spring, now is your chance…

  7. Wagons Ho! Take a Lyft on the Travel Oregon Trail

    Imagine you’re an Oregon Trail settler who just spent six months on the dusty, bumpy and downright grueling journey west.…

  8. Travel Oregon Awards $853,000 to Local Tourism Projects

    Salem, Ore. – July 23, 2018 – Travel Oregon has awarded more than $850,000 in grant funding to 12 projects…

  9. Travel Oregon Announces 2017 Travel & Tourism Industry Achievement Awards

    The Oregon Tourism Commission (dba Travel Oregon) is proud to announce the recipients of the 2017 Oregon Travel and Tourism…

  10. Gorge visitors reminded that closed areas remain dangerous

    COLUMBIA GORGE — Clear skies and warm weather bring bigger crowds to the Columbia River Gorge but visitors must honor…

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