Explore Asheville CVB invites Buncombe County businesses, non-profit organizations and tourism partners to register for a free, day-long marketing seminar to be held on August 6.
BCTDA Establishes Community Leadership Council and New Website as Part of Engagement Process to Plan for Community Assets
The Community Leadership Council (CLC) is a volunteer committee that will support the work of creating the TMIP. The group will review progress during several phases, share feedback and offer perspectives from the broader community.
BCTDA Approves Funding to Lead Yearlong Community Engagement Process to Plan for Community Investments
The Buncombe County Tourism Management & Investment Plan to Develop Community Assets (TMIP) is a collaborative process to bring public entities, tourism officials and the community together with data resources to develop a framework to guide the long-term investment of BCTDA’s Tourism Product Development Fund (TPDF).
BCTDA Hosts Community Input Sessions to Inform Design of Wayfinding Signage in the River Arts District, January 31
The BCTDA is expanding its Wayfinding system to include inter-district signs for the River Arts District. Attend a Community Input Session on January 31, 2019 to help guide the development of this design process.
Explore Asheville today announced the selection of award-winning, Atlanta-based advertising agency 360i as its new agency of record. The agency will support Explore Asheville in generating national brand awareness that will continue to fuel tourism’s annual economic impact of $3.1 billion in the community.