On main roads and off the beaten track, businesses throughout Vermont have earned Ambassador Information Center designation to help visitors make the most of their time in Vermont by providing local and statewide information and recommendations.
The Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing has created a number of marketing partnerships that allow for Vermont businesses to purchase media at a reduced rate over the next year. Below are four coop opportunities that you and your business can access via this program.
The Society of Outdoor Recreation Professionals (SORP) and Vermont State Parks will co-host the 2018 National Outdoor Recreation Conference in Burlington, April 23 through 26, 2018. This year’s conference theme, “Building Resilient Communities, Environments, and Economies” focuses on demonstrating the tangible ways that connecting people with the outdoors improves public health, reinvigorates local economies, and instills a life-long commitment to the environment.
Vermont’s tourism industry is a large contributor to the state's revenue, but the success is largely determined by the industry organizations themselves. Visitors constantly experience the Vermont culture from a store clerk to the owner of a bed and breakfast, and everyone in between. General citizens - Vermonters - can even have a huge impact on the industry as they interact with the visitors, who end up getting to know the people and character of the state. In other words, anyone can get involved in promoting the state.
For decades, Vermont Life magazine has helped establish the state's image as an outdoor paradise. Now it also showcases Vermont's creative economy, thriving arts scene, dynamic food culture and extensive recreational offerings! An insider’s guide to the state’s best places to work and play, Vermont Life’s beautiful design, thought provoking articles and world-class photography have made it one of America’s premier regional magazine.