On May 5, Kings Dominion, a popular amusement park near Richmond, will be the latest place in the state to have LOVE pop up, and with it, a chance to win one of 25 season passes being awarded by the Virginia Tourism Corporation.
Pinterest is emerging as a platform to watch. A few brands are testing the waters and seem to be doing well, setting great examples for other organizations that may be curious.
Santa Barbara released a new mobile app that includes detailed listings for restaurants, wineries, vineyards, events, arts and cultural offerings, accommodations, outdoor activities, retail shops and more.
One of the factors that makes Foursquare appealing is that it rewards users with badges for checking into places. Last week, Foursquare unveiled city badges.
The Virginia Tourism Corporation is out to prove that love is at the heart of every Virginia vacation. In July, they unveiled oversized LOVE artwork at several Welcome Centers across the state. Then, the local tourism offices jumped into the fun with the Virginia Tourism “Bring LOVE to Your Town” event.
The Caribbean Tourism Organization has begun a new campaign, “Whispers from the Locals,” which strives to provide visitors inside information about the destination that may not be available in the typical travel-related paraphernalia.
Roger Smith Hotel is setting a stellar example of engaging consumers both in-person and online.
The Parc 55 Wyndham hotel uses Twitter and Facebook to let fans and followers know about special deals, special rates strictly for them along with San Francisco news, events and facts.
The Scottsdale Convention & Visitor Bureau (CVB) is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit, private company that has contracts with the City of Scottsdale and Town of Paradise Valley to conduct destination marketing ...