Statewide

  1. ‘IF YOU AIN’T FIRST, YOU’RE LAST!’

    PORTLAND, Ore. & COLUMBIA, S.C. —Aug. 17, 2017— Travel Oregon and Discover South Carolina, two destination marketing organizations which promote…

  2. OREGON GOVERNOR’S OFFICE, STATEWIDE ORGANIZATIONS TO HOST SOLAR ECLIPSE PRESS CONFERENCE

    On Tuesday, Aug. 15, the Oregon Governor’s Office, alongside the Oregon Tourism Commission (dba Travel Oregon), the Oregon Department of…

  3. WWeek.com, “You Can Now Mountain Bike from Washington to California on Oregon’s Largest Bike Trail”

    WWeek.com published an article about the Oregon Timber Trail, read the full article, here.

  4. Oregon Statewide Organizations Prepare for this Month’s Total Solar Eclipse

    PORTLAND, Ore.—Aug. 1, 2017—With the total solar eclipse approaching on Aug. 21, 2017, Oregon’s statewide governmental, preparedness and travel organizations…

  5. Sunset.com, “The Best Ways to Experience the 2017 Solar Eclipse”

    Sunset.com featured a round up of the best places in the country to witness the eclipse, including Salem, Madras and…

  6. KGW.com, “5 things you might not know about the eclipse”

    KGW.com, “5 things you might not know about the eclipse.” An article that lists some tips and lesser known eclipse-related…

  7. RFP Opportunity: Public Relations Services

    Travel Oregon is soliciting proposals from qualified public relations firms for the development and implementation of a Travel Oregon public…

  8. Action Needed: Update Your Listings by Aug. 25

    The Oregon Tourism Information System (OTIS), formerly known as the Orb, is set to launch the week of September 18.…

  9. Grant Applications Accepted Until Aug. 9

    Travel Oregon’s Competitive Small Grants program is currently open. Eligible applicants may be awarded up to $20,000 and must demonstrate…

  10. Are you prepared for the Aug. 21 Solar Eclipse?

    In one month we’ll experience one of nature’s most incredible and rarest celestial events. Communities and state partners have been…

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