Greetings, Travel and Tourism Colleagues:
Have you ever tried starting a research program for your destination/CVB and run into questions on where to start? Or wondered how to build upon an already successful research program? It can be challenging to navigate these questions alone, but luckily – there are experts willing to share their experience, challenges and successes.
CenStates TTRA is conducting research on what travel and tourism professionals have found most successful in their own research practices. Share your feedback with us on what where to start, resources to use, and more in our quick survey.
Those who participate may enter to win a $50 gift card. Click the link above to complete the survey.
Once you share your tips/tricks and what’s worked best for you – stay tuned and you’ll hear what others have to say. Preliminary results will debut at the CenStates TTRA Conference in September. A full report of the findings will be shared with CenStates members. Not a TTRA member? Click here to join.
And don’t forget – we’re just two months away from the CenStates conference in September. If you haven’t registered yet – do so here.
See you in Wichita, KS in September!
JUNE 2019 | TRAVEL SPOTLIGHT
Dan Quandt | Senior Vice President | Amarillo Convention and Visitor Council
Sometimes, all you need is a sign. Dan Quandt’s first experience in advocacy came as the founding director of the Grand Forks, North Dakota CVB. A perplexing street with two names had an interstate sign saying one thing and street signs saying another, which was a big problem as the town’s only mall was located on that street. Dan told the city council to zig or zag, eventually getting them to settle on one street name. Since that day he’s never looked back, except to smile at the new exit signs.
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