November 21, 2014 North Dakota Tourism E-Newsletter
Keep up on the latest tourism industry news impacting North Dakota
November 21, 2014 Newsletter
Have you ever wondered what it takes to get your brochures into the state rest areas? Now is the time to ask questions. Tourism partners interested in participating in the Literature Rack Program for 2015, please call Tammy Backhaus for more details at 701-328-2526 or email email@example.com. The deadline for participation is January 9, 2015. There are no exceptions after this deadline.
Do you have a great North Dakota attraction that would appeal to outdoor enthusiasts? Looking for a way to get your info in front of thousands of potential outdoor travelers?
North Dakota Tourism is seeking partners for five 2015 sportshows. Partnership opportunities include brochure and in-booth participation. Brochure partnership fee is $75 per brochure, per show, and includes sending your printed materials along with ND tourism staff to your chosen shows to be displayed and distributed on your behalf. In-booth partnerships are a great way to get out and interact with hunters, campers, anglers, hikers and bikers and work a show yourself. You represent your attraction or service within the North Dakota booth alongside ND tourism staff. You can display your own signage and hand out your materials while promoting your destination to potential travelers. The fee for full in-booth partnership is $250 per show. Contact Mike Jensen at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Are you new to North Dakota's Travel industry? Know someone who is? The Tourism Division has a custom folder of information available for newcomers. The information is helpful for tourism marketers and professionals at businesses, organizations, foundations and non-profits, Contact Tammy Backhaus to receive a packet or provide a referral.
North Dakota Tourism tracks visitors and spending trends and reports finding to its partners in several ways, including quarterly visitation statistics and annual report. Click here for 3rd QTR 2014. If you would like to participate in our statistics program, or would like more information, please contact Tricia Miller, Data Specialist, North Dakota Tourism, 701-328-5328.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation is accepting applications for Special Road Fund projects. The funds are limited to roads that provide access to and/or are within reacreational, tourist and historical areas. The intent is to help finance highway projects that can be built in 2015 or 2016. Applications must be submitted by Jan. 23, 2015. Contact Pam Wenger at 701-328-4787 for more information.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation is accepting applications for the Transportation Alternative Program projects. Click here for more information about the TAP program.
- The truck reliever bypass route has opened in New Town. http://www.kfyrtv.com/story/27410076/truck-reliever-route-opens-in-new-town
- The roadway to Icelandic State park is open. Renwick Dam construction is complete. http://www.parkrec.nd.gov/parks/construction_zone/construction.html
- Eastbound on-ramp onto I-94 at 25th St S in Fargo is open. http://www.inforum.com/content/eastbound-ramp-i-94-25th-street-south-fargo-open-thursday.
- Work occurring near the Williston NW permanent truck reliever route (MP 185.970 to 192.650). Trucks entering and exiting. Expect delays. http://www.dot.nd.gov/travel-info-v2/
- Construction occurring at the intersection of ND 23, SE Watford City bypass. Expect delays. http://www.dot.nd.gov/travel-info-v2/