Industry Partner Newsletter

Travel Nevada unveils Discover Your Nevada social media campaign

  Travel Nevada unveils Discover Your Nevada social media campaign Travel Nevada’s Discover Your Nevada campaign encourages Nevada families to take part in Nevada road trips to discover parts of the state to which they haven’t been. The social media component of Discover Your Nevada is ramping up, with one of Travel Nevada’s 10 signature […]

Travel Nevada spring 2018 wrap-up

  Travel Nevada spring 2018 wrap-up Travel Nevada and its partners were busy this spring with media and sales missions, familiarization tours, media projects, and shows, including IPW 2018, May 19-23 in Denver. There, at the U.S. Travel Association-sponsored show, Travel Nevada unveiled its new IPW trade show booth. The new setup is designed to […]

Kari Frilot remembered as dedicated, innovative tourism professional

Kari Frilot remembered as dedicated, innovative tourism professional With great fondness and sadness, we at Travel Nevada remember our colleague Kari Frilot. “The hospitality industry and the Nevada Division of Tourism lost a true tourism advocate and dear friend on June 1, when our own Kari Frilot, rural programs manager, passed away unexpectedly,” David Peterson, […]

Travel Nevada and Nevada Magazine release new guides

  Travel Nevada and Nevada Magazine release new guides Travel Nevada in June released its first-ever arts, culture, and heritage guide designed specifically with cultural travelers in mind. The 79-page book spotlights characters, events and places to entice cultural/heritage travelers to explore the state. The cover features Paiute elder Ralph Burns dancing near the Virginia […]

Territory highlight: Drill down into Tonopah’s past for history, quirk and other gems

In the Nevada desert, midway between Las Vegas and Reno, Tonopah greets the road-weary with a welcome reprieve: museums, a brewery and overnight lodging — including a haunted option. The former mining community of 2,440 recently hosted Travel Nevada’s Rural Roundup conference, showcasing such attractions as the Tonopah Historic Mining Park and the Central Nevada […]

Travel Nevada unveils Cowboy Corridor road trip itinerary; more scheduled for 2018

Northern Nevada communities and attractions along Interstate 80 comprise Travel Nevada’s new Cowboy Corridor Road Trip, the latest road trip to encourage visitors to explore the state. The itinerary is one of seven found online at Travel Nevada.com/pages/road-trips. An additional three road trips are planned for online publication this year; the final 10 together will […]

TMCC to launch hospitality program this fall

TMCC to launch hospitality program this fall Truckee Meadows Community College in Reno will debut a hospitality and tourism program this fall, a two-year curriculum culminating in an Associate of Arts degree. The Associate of Arts, Hospitality and Tourism Management Emphasis program is the first of its kind in northern Nevada, according to Vanina Coudriet, […]