Your Next Tourism Campaign Idea: An Itinerary

Posted on April 6, 2021 by Sandy Dubay and filed under Communications, Digital Marketing, Small Business, Travel & Tourism.

Looking for a creative way to promote recreational experiences and local businesses in your community? Here’s one: Create an itinerary. People like being guided through activities and experiences. You can take an ordinary experience visiting a restaurant or brewery and make it into an even more fun experience by making it part of a guided …

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Tourism Organizations: How are you telling your story?

Posted on March 23, 2021 by Sandy Dubay and filed under Storytelling, Travel & Tourism.

It’s been an unprecedented year for tourism organizations around the country and around the world.  As we get closer to the summer months, we’re all hopeful that soon we’ll be able to gather together in larger groups and with that, more businesses and attractions can start to loosen some restrictions. As we continue to be …

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Periscope Challenge

Posted on August 31, 2015 by Sandy Dubay and filed under Blog, Social Media.

I’ve got some exciting news to share with you today! But first, a quick question… Have you heard of Periscope, the new live streaming video platform that is growing FAST? (It has over 10 million users in just 4 months!) Now, before you start worrying about having another social media platform to keep up with, …

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Fall Getaway Planner: Enjoy Fall Foliage and Outdoor Adventures in Grant County, West Virginia

Posted on September 30, 2014 by Sandy Dubay and filed under Blog, Client Stories, News, Public Relations.

It’s official—fall is here. That means it’s time to break out the cozy sweaters, boots, and scarves and get outside and enjoy the region’s colorful fall foliage and bountiful natural scenery. What better place to do that than Grant County, West Virginia, one of the most beautiful counties in the Mountain State? With peak leaf-peeping …

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You Can’t Know Where You’re Going If You Don’t Have a Map

Posted on December 12, 2013 by Sandy Dubay and filed under Social Media.

Communication is essential to an organizations success. Without clear, consistent concise communications, even the best organizations can crumble. This is especially true for government organizations, particularly economic development and tourism agencies, which typically handle a myriad of issues and initiatives that are not always fully understood by the public. Lack of communication can appear as …

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