Oregon Tourism Listening Sessions
Thank you for registering in advance for a 2018 Oregon Tourism Listening Session!

Travel Oregon, in partnership with Oregon’s 7 regional destination management organizations (RDMOs), invites you to join one of 10 Oregon Tourism listening sessions across the state this spring. We want to hear from anyone who touches the tourism industry, including business owners, land managers, volunteers, nonprofits, policymakers and more, as we value all perspectives and opinions.

Your input is very important! Listening sessions’ findings will help shape the future of tourism in Oregon through Travel Oregon’s statewide strategic plan, as well as each of the 7 RDMOs’ regional plans.

Session attendees will have the chance to meet their RDMO representative and Travel Oregon employees, learn about and provide ample input on your region's 2017-2019 plans and as well as for statewide 2019-21 strategic plan.

All sessions are interactive, and attendees will be invited to partake in small group table exercises, provide input and share opinions in a respectful and productive manner.

Sessions are 3 hours; food and beverages provided. Registration is requested - please do so below.

If you need help with this form or have any questions? Email: Kate at ksappell@traveloregon.com

To view your region's current plan and plan progress dashboard, visit industry.traveloregon.com/rctp

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