Tourism-related businesses in Hyde County – and surrounding counties – will have an opportunity to meet with Visit North Carolina staff to learn about the organization’s research, marketing, public relations, international tourism, sports, RetireNC and Outdoor NC programs, and other services.
Visit North Carolina’s Tourism Resource Assistance Center (TRAC) will be held Thursday, October 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Berkley Barn at 58 Water Plant Rd. in Ocracoke.
TRAC brings Visit North Carolina’s program managers to local communities to discuss the nuts and bolts of working with the organization.
This invaluable program is designed to help tourism-related businesses engage more fully with programs offered by Visit North Carolina and its partners. There is no charge to attend, no reservation is required, and there is no formatted presentation.
This is a come-when-you-can/stay-as-long-as-you-like event opportunity for all tourism-related businesses to meet one-on-one with program managers to discuss better ways to promote their property or event.
Representatives from the EDPNC’s Business Services, N.C. Welcome Centers/Visitor Services, N.C. State Parks, and Agritourism are generally on hand to discuss services they can provide businesses, including strategic planning, assisting with identifying funding sources, and serving as liaisons with other local, state and federal agencies.
For additional information on this session, contact Helena Stevens of the Ocracoke Tourism Development Authority at 252-928-6711 or firstname.lastname@example.org.