Industry Newsletter

Welcome to our industry newsletter page where we catalog stories about tourism industry happenings along all 363 miles of The People’s Coast.

Let’s face it, with such a long coastline it’s difficult to keep in touch and stay updated on what’s going on in other places along the coast.  The Tourism Update is meant to inspire and cross pollinate local innovation, disseminate useful information and analysis readers can act upon, and empower our audience to grab onto ideas and run with them.

This publication is produced every other month, contains one story from each region (North, Central, South) and one story with a coast-wide or state-wide perspective.

Together we can highlight the uniqueness of our individual communities while at the same time celebrate the fact that we are one industry, united, on The People’s Coast.

 


June 2018 Newsletter

Travel Southern Oregon Coast promotes regional collaboration, New group works to restore threatened Oregon Dunes, North Coast cultivates agri-tourism businessesCoastal resource managers send a unified message


April 2018 Newsletter

OCVA announces $72,000 in grants, Lincoln City learns the value of sharing guest dataOCVA nurtures Oregon Coast’s fat biking industrySouth Coast gets a primer on global tourismWelcome Arica Sears


February 2018 Newsletter

Guides Encourage People to Look, Not Touch Tide Pools, OCVA Offers Scholarships for Oregon Guest Service TrainingsLessons Learned From 2017 Fire SeasonProgram Trains Hospitality Job Seekers


December 2017 Newsletter

Meet the Faces Behind OCVATillamook and Florence Invest in Curb AppealOregon King Tides Photo Project Gains MomentumCoquille River Water Trail Presents a Wave of Opportunity


August 2017 Newsletter

Port Orford Air Station Opens the Sea to VisitorsHow Lincoln City Keeps Tourism Momentum Going Year-RoundTourism Studio Set to Launch on the North CoastNew Trail Will Highlight Coastal Public Art


June 2017 Newsletter

5 Things We’ve Learned about Coast Tourism Trends, Agritourism grows in TillamookCentral Coast prepares for path of totalityNew trails flow through South Coast


 

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