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Old Trails Region
NEW ADVENTURES AT EVERY TURN
Join Old Trails Regional Parnership.
The Old Trails Regional Tourism Partnership is a grassroots, not-for-profit collective working to promote the Old Trails Region as a unique tourism attraction and economic development hub. The Missouri Regional Cuisines Project and National Scenic Byway projects are concurrently underway to bolster the group’s objectives and values. The organization has made great strides since its beginnings in 2003.
Your business or organization can become a viable player in the Old Trails Regional Tourism Partnership for a special introductory cost of only $25. To join, download a Membership Application and send with your check to the address on the application.
Who Should Join?
Membership is open to any individual, business or organization within the eight-county Old Trails region with an interest in advancing tourism in this area. Examples of eligible businesses would include wineries, B&B's, retail stores, antique shops, agritourism and historical venues and other attractions. Community and governmental organizations and individuals with an interest in economic development are also encouraged to support this effort by becoming members.
What Are The Benefits?
Members will be eligible to have information about their business or organization included at no extra charge on the OldTrails.net tourism website as it is developed over the coming year (e.g, contact information and website link). Members also receive e-mail notification of the Partnership's regular meetings and training opportunities and are encouraged to serve on the Fundraising, Marketing, or Education Committees.
More Reasons Why
Tourism is one of the top three revenue producers in Missouri, and one of the fastest growing elements of the state’s economy – even during economic hard times. Studies indicate that tourists looking for cultural enrichment stay almost two nights longer than the average traveler, spending almost $200 more per trip and shopping 11% more than the average traveler. As Missouri increasingly becomes an attractive getaway for tourists who prefer to travel shorter distances for unique cultural experiences, the Old Trails Regional Tourism Partnership is poised to help local economies, downtowns, and individual businesses take advantage of this opportunity.
You’ve got your business, and now you’ve got the Old Trails Regional Tourism Partnership to help promote your products and services and reach customers with a very unique value proposition. Become a member of the Partnership today!
Old Trails Regional Partnership • Lexington, MO 64067 • 660-232-1836
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