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Oregon Coast Visitors Association Unveils Strategic Plan

The Oregon Coast Visitors Association (OCVA) has finalized their strategic plan for the 2019-2021 biennium and the plan has been approved by Travel Oregon.  

OCVA's strategy for the coast plan was driven by stakeholder feedback that included a stakeholder survey and an additional opportunity for public input on draft plans. The result is a wide breadth of exciting programming that includes a vision and action plan for marketing the coast, sales, destination development, partnerships and regional grants and direct investments. 
Nonprofit Learning Series
Join other local nonprofit boards, staff, and volunteers to increase your skills in board recruitment, retention and engagement. Network with peers, and advance your nonprofit's impact. 

One day workshop in Roseburg Oregon on November 23rd from 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Travel Oregon 101
The Travel Oregon 101 seminar is an opportunity to learn more about Oregon's travel & tourism industry.

What Will You Learn?
  • How to get looped into the tourism industry's communications system
  • How to let Travel Oregon know your're out there and ready for visitors
  • ´╗┐Programs and services Travel Oregon offers to help businesses, organizations and communities draw more visitors
Seven Business Time Wasters
It is time that you start looking at your schedule and figuring out where the hours are going.

Christina R. Green outlines 7 business time wasters that we should all be keeping our eye on.

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