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Columbus, Ohio (April 21, 2014) – Recently five Guernsey County tourism industry partners traveled to Columbus, Ohio to learn about creating and distributing good social media content. The Focus on Tourism Workshop sponsored by the Ohio Travel Association was held at the office of the Columbus Dispatch.
Kim Israel (l) and Kitrina Mazaher, Living Word Outdoor Drama; Shauna Hearing, Cambridge/Guernsey County Visitors & Convention Bureau; Kim Valentine, Dickens Victorian Village and Donna Hill, Cambridge Main Street learned how to create content that appeals to the intended audience and heard tips for organizing and building a development process and examined best practices for ensuring content is distributed to, and discovered by the target audience.
Presenters were Betsy Decillis, CCO, Betsy A. Decillis Consulting; Jenna Dill, Tourism Marketing Manager for Athens County CVB: Megumi Robinson, Account Manager, Geben Communications and Ty Pierce, Multimedia Services Manager, Ohio Historical Society.
For information on attractions and events in Cambridge/Guernsey County check out the social media pages by logging onto VisitGuernseyCounty.com or call 740-432-2022 or toll free 800-933-5480. The Cambridge/Guernsey County Visitors & Convention Bureau is located in Historic Downtown Cambridge at 627 Wheeling Avenue, Suite 200. Hours of operation are 8am-5pm Monday – Friday and 9am-5pm on Saturday.
VCB now accepting nominations for annual Tourism Awards
CAMBRIDGE, OHIO (March 3, 2014) – Each year the Cambridge/Guernsey County Visitor & Convention Bureau recognizes individuals and organizations in the community for their outstanding efforts in promoting the region’s tourism industry.
Do you know an individual or organization that deserves to be recognized? The VCB is currently accepting nominations for the Tourism Development Award, Tourism Volunteer Award and the Recognition of Service Excellence (The ROSE Award).
Nominees for these awards are solicited from any person who wishes to submit the name and requested information of an eligible recipient on the appropriate form to the VCB office by April 11. Recipients will be announced during a special reception in conjunction with the Annual National Travel & Tourism Week celebration. Forms are available online. Go to VisitGuernseyCounty.com and click on “Industry.”
The Tourism Development Award honors the individual, organization, or business that has done the most to develop tourism in Guernsey County within the past calendar year.
The Tourism Volunteer Award honors an individual or organization that has done the most to further the growth of tourism in Guernsey County within the last calendar year on a volunteer basis.
The ROSE (Recognition of Service Excellence) Award is presented to the individual who has done the most to further the growth of tourism in Cambridge/Guernsey County within the last calendar year on a professional basis through service excellence.