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Oregon South Coast Regional Tourism Network
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Please invite your board members, colleagues and tourism partners to join us November 7th.

Network Meeting
November 7th

Join your tourism colleagues on November 7th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in MacDonald Hall at Bandon Dunes.

We will discuss branding the Southern Oregon Coast region, provide an up date on what the network has been working on and highlight opportunities available to the network.

Come ready to network and make connections. Lunch provided.

Join us for a branding overview discussion at the Network Meeting November 7th at Bandon Dunes
Building Our Regional Brand
Branding The Region Will:

  • Articulate the experiences offered on the South Coast
  • Differentiate the South Coast from other destinations
  • Create a way for destination markers to speak to visitors with a unified and consistent voice
Bandon Trolley
Bandon has a new attraction for visitors that the city hopes will encourage people to visit more locations in town.

This is a great example of collaboration between the city of Bandon and Coos County Area Transit who is providing an operator and helping determine the route.

For now the Trolley is just for visitor transportation but it has a PA system that could be used for guided tours in the future.

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Photo Credit: OSU Extension, Amy Moss Strong