An update for members of Montana's tourism industry

'Voices' speaking out for tourism

 
Here are a few Voices from Montana's tourism industry speaking out this month on some issues that affect our industry.

Development and Management of Fish Creek State Park:
- Opinion, The Missoulian:
"Collaborative,responsible development of Fish Creek State Park possible," by Racene Friede
- Letter, Missoula Independent: "Figuring out Fish Creek," by Mike Garcia


Relationship between Tourism and the Outdoors:
- Blog, MercuryCSC:
"Outdoors needs a champ. Looking at you, Tourism," by Jeff Welch


Keeping Tourism in the conversation:
- Comment/post, BeartoothNBC.com:
"Economic Outlook, Part 1," by Mike Garcia
 

Registration still open for Governor's Conference on Tourism

 

Want to know how to engage the self-educating consumer?

Need help keeping content current (and compelling) on your website, Facebook, Instagram and other communication channels?

Had a tourism project success you want to share with your peers?

Opportunities to do all this and more are available at the 2014 Montana Tourism Conference, April 13-15, at Billings’ Holiday Inn Grand Montana. On-line registration and the conference agenda are available online.

The “Early Bird” registration fee is still available through March 14. 

Latest news on the conference from the Office of Tourism available
here
 

Registration open for MT Ambassadors Annual
Meeting, March 19-21 


Registration is now open for this year's ann
ual meeting and conference for the Montana Ambassadors at Big Sky Resort, March 19-21.

This year's theme is "From the Mountains to Main Street: Transitioning Montana Tourists to Montana Investors". Agenda includes three panels discussing the topic from various perspectives including leaders from the tourism industry.

More information on registration and the event's agenda is now available online.
 


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