Tourism professionals at Convention and Visitors Bureaus – CVBs (or Destination Marketing Organizations – DMOs) are implementing some innovative programs to increase visitation in their destinations. We call them Tourism Best Practices.

Fergus Fall BannersNew Banners Hung Downtown

A total of 60 new banners were purchased for $4,000 with funds from the Fergus Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau

Goal Is to Help Visitors Discover City

The UP/GO Trolley Service is up and running with the hope of drawing visitors and business travelers staying at Marysville hotels to businesses in Uptown Marysville and elsewhere.

John McIntire Library Teams Up Withg CVB to Launch “Lunch and Learn” Program

…during “Lunch and Learn” speakers talk about topics related to tourism and destinations on a larger scale and also features someone on the local level to promote and discuss a destination related to that topic.

SACVB Launches Online Survey Program to Enhance City Experience

The San Antonio Convention and Visitors Bureau (SACVB) is launching a new partner program called Experience Dedicated Destination (EDD). This on-going online survey program helps San Antonio find out how we’re doing in the eyes of visitors – now and over time.

‘Bikes, Boot, or Boat’ in Mower this year

Minnesotans are encouraged to participate in a 125-mile challenge as part of the 125th anniversary of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources’ state parks and trails.

Plan to House All the History Groups

Local historical and heritage organizations may soon have a new shared home.

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