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, named one of the “Top 15 Tourism Marketing Blogs And Websites To Follow in 2018.”


Rockford’s Newest Mural Hopes To Answer #whatliftsyou

The Rockford CVB leads Forest City Beautiful initiative, the public and private partnership for public beautification through landscaping design, public sculpture and murals.

NYC & Company Hosts Pan-European MICE Road Show

New York City’s official destination marketing organisation hosts 2018 annual European MICE Road Show spanning four major business cities; London, Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam.

Puerto Rico Uses Hurricane Headlines to Help Make It a Global Destination

When it comes to destinations post-disaster, bad publicity can usually be flipped on its head and retooled to portray an encouraging comeback story. Puerto Rico’s tourism industry is on its way to such a story, not letting disaster images and videos derail its progress.

Low-Speed Vehicles Offering Free Rides in Downtown Newport

“The city is focused on enhancing the visitor experience. The vehicles and services offered by GEST will provide visitors and residents alike with easy access to the growing number of entertainment venues, restaurants, night spots.”

Youngstown Live Promotes Area with Photo Contest

With hopes to engage the Mahoning Valley’s photographers and capture the area’s best attractions, the Mahoning CVB has partnered with YM Camera to host a photo contest.

CVB Hopes to Reeling in the Dough with Fish Tourney

The Williston Convention and Visitors Bureau is looking to entice fisherman to the area for an upcoming competition.

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