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New Market Campaign Encourages Travelers to “Rediscover Seattle”

January 20, 2022

To promote Seattle and King County’s tourism outlets and community, Air BNB and Visit Seattle create a new marketing campaign that will highlight local businesses and outdoor experiences. The social media and marketing campaign will target travelers across the State of Washington featuring a variety of outdoor activities, food stops, neighborhoods and even wineries. Ayisha…

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Connecticut Launches Winter Tourism Marketing Campaign

January 10, 2022

The Connecticut Office of Tourism is launching a new winter marketing campaign reflecting Connecticut’s dynamic, diverse public places. The new “The State I’m In” campaign will feature hundreds of tourism businesses across Connecticut and spotlight many unique and unexpected experiences. This is the first time in many years that the state has promoted a marketing…

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Margaritaville Announces Cruise Line

December 20, 2021

Margaritaville has partnered with Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line to launch Margaritaville at Sea. Margaritaville Paradise, the new cruise brand’s first ship, will begin sailing from Florida in April 2022. The ship includes 658 cabins, which are all adorned with the iconic tropical and nautical Margaritaville look. And while the ship will include many typical cruise…

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Hyatt Rolls Out Room Keys in Apple Wallet

December 20, 2021

Hyatt Hotels Corporation recently announced the introduction of room keys in Apple Wallet across the first six participating U.S. hotels in Maui, Key West, Chicago, Dallas, Silicon Valley and Long Beach. Guests at these locations can now seamlessly and securely tap their iPhone or Apple Watch to unlock their rooms and other key card-protected common…

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MKE Airport Joins Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Program

December 20, 2021

In recognition of International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport has announced that it will take part in the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Program to make air travel easier for passengers who have non-visible disabilities. The airport will provide green lanyards featuring bright sunflowers to discreetly identify passengers who may need additional support,…

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North Carolina Signs Nation’s First Esports Tax Incentive Program

December 10, 2021

Subnation Media, the esports entertainment holding and advisory company, along with the Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitors Bureau (Visit Raleigh) recently announced the signing of the State Legislature’s budget that includes the Esports Industry Grant Fund. The fund will provide up to $5,000,000 to encourage esports productions and events to be hosted within the state.…

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Circus Circus Debuts New Ride

December 10, 2021

Circus Circus in Las Vegas has opened a new Twistin Tea Cup Ride in its Adventuredome – six colorful cups that twist and turn to the sound of whimsical music. The Adventuredome currently features 26 rides and attractions, with all-day ride passes start at $20 for kids and $40 for adults.

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Here’s How Breckenridge Is Preparing For Winter Season

November 24, 2021

To prepare for its upcoming busy winter season, the Breckenridge Office of Tourism is offering a “Breck 101” training program for guest service workers (such as bartenders, servers, retail clerks and front desk staff). Breck 101 will run from December 5-18 and will provide these workers an opportunity to experience activities that visitors come to…

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Minnesota Is Targeting Canadian Tourists

November 19, 2021

The U.S. recently lifted COVID-era restrictions on non-essential international travel for vaccinated foreigners, including Minnesota’s border with Canada. Now, Minnesota is looking to attract visitors from its neighbor to the north with a new marketing push. Explore Minnesota is targeting residents of Thunder Bay and Winnipeg with billboards, newspaper inserts and ads on both social…

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Kansas City Plans Solar Farm Build

November 15, 2021

Kansas City is considering putting a massive 2,000-acre solar farm on city land at Kansas City International Airport, creating one of the largest solar power installations in the nation. The project would generate up to 300 megawatts of power, enough to serve city power needs, plus the needs of its residents. This effort would provide…

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