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Tourism Builds Community: Get the Facts

Tourism Builds Community: Get the Facts

The BCTDA’s investment in tourism promotion creates a customer base that sustains local businesses year-round. invests in community assets enjoyed by residents, and generates awareness and reputation for Asheville that supports all economic development goals.

Tourism is essential to Asheville’s economic vitality. Learn more about the community benefits of tourism.

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“Buncombe TDA to Dedicate More Hotel Tax Money to Infrastructure”, Citizen-Times

“Buncombe TDA to Dedicate More Hotel Tax Money to Infrastructure”, Citizen-Times

“We’re funding whatever applications come through the door, and they’ve been very worthwhile projects,” Stephanie Brown said. “But we know there are a number of projects in development and rather than take them first-come, first serve … we’re going to look at the whole landscape of projects and work in partnership with applicants to enhance the quality of projects and provide a strategic look at how money can be used over a long period of time.”

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BCTDA Approves Nearly $10 Million In Funding For Six Community Projects

The Buncombe County Tourism Development Authority (BCTDA) approved nearly $10 million in funding for six projects that will be used by thousands of residents while also increasing visitor spending in the county. The Authority also announced it will pause the TPDF cycle in 2019 while it pursues a process that will result in a long-range plan that can serve as a blueprint for continued collaboration to address infrastructure and sustainability needs.

“Maintaining the quality of our city for locals is maintaining the quality of our city for visitors, said BCTDA Chair Jim Muth, owner of Beaufort House Inn. “As residents of this community, we understand that it is critical to preserve, protect and grow sustainably for the mutual benefit of residents and visitors alike.”

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Upcoming Events

  1. BCTDA Board Meeting – July 2019

    Wednesday, July 31, 9:00 am - 11:00 am
  2. 360i Marketing Seminar – August 2019

    Tuesday, August 6, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  3. Explore Asheville 101 Orientation – August 14

    Wednesday, August 14, 10:00 am - 11:30 am

What’s New

Tourism Builds Community: Get the Facts

The BCTDA’s investment in tourism promotion creates a customer base that sustains local businesses year-round. invests in community assets enjoyed by residents, and generates awareness and reputation for Asheville that supports all economic development goals.

Tourism is essential to Asheville’s economic vitality. Learn more about the community benefits of tourism.

read more

“Buncombe TDA to Dedicate More Hotel Tax Money to Infrastructure”, Citizen-Times

“We’re funding whatever applications come through the door, and they’ve been very worthwhile projects,” Stephanie Brown said. “But we know there are a number of projects in development and rather than take them first-come, first serve … we’re going to look at the whole landscape of projects and work in partnership with applicants to enhance the quality of projects and provide a strategic look at how money can be used over a long period of time.”

read more

BCTDA Approves Nearly $10 Million In Funding For Six Community Projects

The Buncombe County Tourism Development Authority (BCTDA) approved nearly $10 million in funding for six projects that will be used by thousands of residents while also increasing visitor spending in the county. The Authority also announced it will pause the TPDF cycle in 2019 while it pursues a process that will result in a long-range plan that can serve as a blueprint for continued collaboration to address infrastructure and sustainability needs.

“Maintaining the quality of our city for locals is maintaining the quality of our city for visitors, said BCTDA Chair Jim Muth, owner of Beaufort House Inn. “As residents of this community, we understand that it is critical to preserve, protect and grow sustainably for the mutual benefit of residents and visitors alike.”

read more

Tourism Cares

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Perspectives

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The page you requested could not be found. Try refining your search, or use the navigation above to locate the post.

Upcoming Events

  1. BCTDA Board Meeting – July 2019

    Wednesday, July 31, 9:00 am - 11:00 am
  2. 360i Marketing Seminar – August 2019

    Tuesday, August 6, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  3. Explore Asheville 101 Orientation – August 14

    Wednesday, August 14, 10:00 am - 11:30 am

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