Press Releases

  1. Travel Oregon Wins National Tourism Industry Award

    Winners of the National Council of State Tourism Directors (NCSTD) 2016 Mercury awards were announced this week during U.S. Travel…

  2. Travel Oregon Awards More Than $500,000 for Local Tourism Projects

    An artisan food trail, wayfinding signage and non-stop air service will now be available for visitors and locals, thanks in…

  3. Rare Total Solar Eclipse Set to Cross Oregon in 2017

    The Oregon Tourism Commission, dba Travel Oregon, in partnership with the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI), is helping…

  4. Oregon Designates New “Oregon Outback Scenic Bikeway” in Southeastern Oregon

    Oregon’s newest Scenic Bikeway is the first one to be designated in Southeastern Oregon, and it showcases the wide open…

  5. Tourism Spending in Oregon Surges for Sixth Consecutive Year

    The Oregon Tourism Commission, dba Travel Oregon, confirms that 2015 was the travel industry’s sixth consecutive year of accelerated growth…

  6. Travel Oregon Welcomed Tour Operators from Eight International Countries on the Inaugural “Oregon Road Rally”

    PORTLAND, Oregon –May 2, 2016 –Travel Oregon hosted 22 influential, international tour operators from eight different countries on its inaugural…

  7. Travel Oregon Announces Recipients of 2015 Travel and Tourism Industry Achievement Awards

    PENDLETON, Ore. – The Oregon Tourism Commission (dba Travel Oregon) is proud to announce the recipients of the 2015 Travel and…

  8. Oregonian Voice Defines Travel Oregon’s New Marketing Campaign

    PORTLAND, Oregon –March 18, 2016 – The Oregon Tourism Commission, dba Travel Oregon, is launching a new marketing campaign, “We…

  9. Oregon State Officials Sign Sister Park Agreement with China

    As America’s National Park System gears up to celebrate its Centennial Anniversary, Crater Lake, Oregon’s National Park gem, joined with…

  10. Oregon Introduces New Scenic Bikeway

    Oregon’s newest Scenic Bikeway showcases the vivid color palette of the Painted Hills. The Oregon Parks and Recreation Commission formally…

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