The Travel Oregon 101 seminar is an opportunity to learn more about Oregon’s travel & tourism industry.
The seminar is designed to benefit visitor-related businesses, organizations and communities. Participants will gain knowledge of the many opportunities available through Travel Oregon and the network of local, regional, national and international industry partners.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND TRAVEL OREGON 101?
- Convention & visitor bureaus and chambers of commerce staff (DMOs)
- Owners/managers of lodging properties, restaurants and visitor attractions
- Organizations producing events that attract visitors
- Economic development staff of government agencies at all levels
- Tour operators, visitor services of all types
- Staff of heritage organizations, museums and interpretive centers
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
- How to get looped into the tourism industry’s communication system (at the local, regional, statewide, national and international levels)
- How to let Travel Oregon know you’re out there and ready for visitors
- Programs and services Travel Oregon offers that help businesses, organizations and communities draw more visitors
2020 Travel Oregon 101 Schedule
Mar. 30 | 1:30-3 p.m. – will be rescheduled
Lakeview (prior to the Oregon Tourism Commission meeting)
Ashland (prior to the Oregon Restaurant and Lodging Association Hospitality Conference)
Tillamook County (prior to the Oregon Tourism Commission meeting)
Welches (prior to the Oregon Tourism Conference meeting)