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The Nevada Commission on Tourism (NCOT) has awarded $895,770 in grants to entities promoting rural Nevada tourism, Lt. Gov. Mark Hutchison announced today.
Team also wins national accolades for JetBlue launch event.
Summer in Nevada brings races, festivals and shows -- but none of them typical. Nevada invites memory-makers of all varieties to experience epic summer fun like they never have before.
Enter TravelNevada's "Show Me That Nevada Clout" online promotion by June 30.
The Nevada Division of Tourism's annual "Discover Your Nevada" program kicks off May 26 with a new incentive for Nevadans to explore their state.
Voters will choose four winning designs, each of which will be the basis of new welcome signs set to be installed on Nevada's roadways beginning in summer 2016.
VolunTourism Awards conferred April 14 at the Rural Roundup tourism conference in Laughlin.
Events throughout the state create opportunities to enjoy the wide-open outdoors.
TravelNevada partners with Google to allow users to walk in Nevadans' shoes.
Rural Roundup set for April 13-15 in Laughlin; registration is $65 through April 1, and $100 after.
The contest challenges Nevada's high school artists to create official Welcome to Nevada signs.
Nevada tourism officials attended the launch of the China Tourism Year in Beijing today, marking a cooperative effort to increase travel between China and the United States.
Nevada's rural tourism professionals will gather April 13-15 in Laughlin for the annual Rural Roundup conference.
NBC Sports will air a one-hour show on the National Championship Air Races in Reno at noon March 27.
Explore ghost towns, hike through bristlecone pine forests, enjoy world-class nightlife and entertainment and relax in a hot spring while viewing the expansive desert landscape -- there's so much to do on a Nevada adventure.
Claudia Vecchio, director of the Nevada Department of Tourism and Cultural Affairs, has been named one of the Hospitality Sales & Marketing Association Internationalís Top 25 Extraordinary Minds.
TravelNevada has hired Yennifer Reyes Callen as its international sales and public relations specialist, handling several of the state's key international outreach programs.
Free breakfast and a return trip giveaway showcases Nevada attractions during the 2016 World Financial Group Continental Cup of Curling.
Nevada's New Year's resolution is to ensure that travelers go home with more stories than souvenirs.
A proposal to create trail maps for North Lake Tahoe and another to produce a television program featuring areas along Nevada's U.S. 50 corridor are among 65 projects approved for funding from the state's Rural Grants Program.
TravelNevada announced today that in celebration of reaching 10,000 followers, 10 different Nevada adventurers will take the reins of @TravelNevada on Instagram in a series of takeovers.
Lt. Gov. Mark Hutchison presented the Nevada Commission on Tourism Legacy Award to Lorraine Hunt-Bono on Nov. 16.
From ice rinks to ski festivals, Nevada offers memories for visitors to enjoy with friends and family.
On the slopes and in the backcountry, skiers strike gold in the Silver State this ski season.
Nevada Governor's Global Tourism Summit will kick off Nov. 16 at the Hilton Lake Las Vegas.
Claudia Vecchio, director of the Nevada Department of Tourism and Cultural Affairs, named winner of J. Desmond Slattery Professional Marketing Award
General Excellence among the honors presented to the Nevada Magazine staff.
Campaign to feature stories and personalities of Nevada, website enhancements, mobile application and increased social media engagement.
Nevada's urban and rural destinations, lodging properties, attractions and others will meet with the world's leading travel buyers at the Nevada Marketplace, part of the Global Tourism Summit.
The Nevada Division of Tourism (TravelNevada) will present its inaugural Governor's Global Tourism Summit Nov. 16-17 in Las Vegas. Early bird registration runs through Sept. 4.
Patriotism is a blast! Celebrate Fourth of July at these Nevada events.
New OHV event, familiarization tours were among the projects funded.
Explore Nevada's Cowboy Country to access the state's ranching history an current mining activity.
Neubauer comes to the position from the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism.
Past the glitter of Las Vegas, there's much to discover in southern Nevada.
TravelNevada and Nevada Magazine will again run the popular "Discover Your Nevada" program to spur in-state travel.
VolunTourism winners honored April 16 at the Rural Roundup conference in Minden.
Rural Roundup, Nevada's signature rural tourism conference, sponsored by the Nevada Division of Tourism, returns to the Carson Valley for its 25th anniversary this April, Lt. Gov. Mark Hutchison announced today.
The 2015 Nevada Visitors Guide, now available for free online and at area visitors' centers, is designed with the road warrior in mind. More than 29 million vehicles entered the state in fiscal year 2014, prompting the Nevada Division of Tourism to restructure the Visitors Guide to meet travelers' needs.
A project to support air lift to Elko and another to create webisodes about Ely's historical railway are among the 70 proposals approved for funding from the state's Rural Grants Program, Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki announced today. The Nevada Commission on Tourism has authorized $414,854 in grants for programs and activities designed to deliver more tourists to rural Nevada.
Experienced native Nevadan takes the helm as TravelNevada marketing director
Grammy-award winning composer gives keynote at 2014 Governor's Conference on Tourism
Nevada Tourism is hoping travelers en route to Burning Man will yell "Hallelujah!" when they see the tourism division's welcome stations on Interstate 80 and Highway 395 on Aug. 27-28.

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