Find information on all of the destinations participating in the Marketplace below:

Representative: Mindy Bianca

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Clients: Gulf Shores, AL; Houma, Lake Charles, Louisiana’s Cajun Bayou, Louisiana Northshore and Jefferson Parish, LA; Allegany County, MD; Branson, MO; Spartanburg, SC; Winchester, VA; Dollywood; The Buccaneer (St. Croix, USVI); The Otesaga Resort (Cooperstown, NY); Sunset Resorts (Jamaica)

Representative: Susan Melton

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Explore acres of tranquil parkland & miles of peaceful trails. Take in the breathtaking beauty of our award-winning botanical garden and charm of our 13 historic districts, downtown and public art. Discover our variety of shopping & dining, savor a craft beer or locally made wine.

Representative: Symeria Palmer

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Development Counsellors International is a destination PR firm helping you develop stories about the following destinations Barbados, Belize, Chattanooga, Chickasaw Country, Cincinnati, Florida, Louisville, Miami, Loudoun County, Northern Virginia, San Luis Obispo, St. Louis, and Tulsa.

Representative: Jessa Campbell

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Fort Wayne, the second-largest city in Indiana, is a great getaway for those looking to discover a unique downtown and family-friendly destination. We offer world-class amenities at an affordable price, and conveniently located for a “one-tank trip”! Home to the nationally ranked Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo – a zoo specifically built with children in mind, and perfect for the young and young at heart; the second-largest Genealogy Library; a NEW urban riverfront park offering an innovative destination that connects our natural rivers with our thriving urban center; and opening Summer 2021 is The Bradley – Fort Wayne’s signature hotel a partnership between Barbara Bradley Baekgaard, co-founder of Vera Bradley and Provenance Hotels.

Representative: Carol Breen

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Aspen, Colorado is an authentic, historic mountain town that is renowned for its year-round outdoor lifestyle, cosmopolitan cultural calendar, and bustling downtown. With an endless array of arts, culture, dining, and nightlife, Aspen is defined by an urbane ambiance that belies its small-town charm. Visiting Aspen is an experience that energizes the mind, body, spirit, whether soaking in mountain beauty and 300 days of annual sunshine, learning a new skill, feeding a fascination, or simply absorbing the mountain spirit. Located 18 miles east of Independence Pass on the Western Slope of the Continental Divide, Aspen is nestled in the heart of the White River National Forest at the confluence of the Roaring Fork River, Hunter Creek, Maroon Creek, and Castle Creek, and encircled by the peaks of the Elk Mountain Range in the central Rocky Mountains. Aspen/Pitkin County Airport (ASE) is conveniently located only three miles from downtown Aspen.

Representative: Jeff Powell

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Seattle Southside Regional Tourism Authority (RTA) is the official destination marketing organization for Seattle’s Southside including the cities of SeaTac, Tukwila and Des Moines. The organization is responsible for promoting the community as an attractive travel destination and enhancing its public image as a dynamic place to live and work. Through the impact of travel, the RTA strengthens the economic position and provides opportunities for people in our community. Seattle Southside RTA is funded by a self-assessed hotel fund and supported by a lodging tax from the cities of SeaTac, Tukwila and Des Moines.

Representative: Leah DiPietro

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Arkansas Tourism, a division of the Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism, strives to expand the economic impact of travel and tourism in The Natural State and enhance the quality of life for all Arkansans.

Representative: Amy Howell

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I am the Director of Communications and Media Relations for the Indiana Destination Development Corp. (Visit Indiana). I also serve as the Director of Film Indiana.

My main responsibility is to manage the department’s communications and promoting Indiana’s destinations and locations.

Representative: Amy Nesler

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Hop a ferry to the San Juan Islands of Washington State and feel yourself unwind. Watch for bald eagles and listen for the spouts of orca or humpback whales. You won’t find fast food, stoplights or jet skis, you will find seed-to-table dining and enclaves of creative vitality, in what Lonely Planet magazine calls the “gourmet archipelago.” Try kayaking past a sea lion haul-out and hiking or driving up Mt. Constitution for a panoramic view of distant snow-capped peaks and scattered islands below. Enjoy world-class biking and hiking, sweeping sea and sky vistas and lingering summer sunsets. With half the rainfall of Seattle and twice as much sunshine, the Islands are a year-round destination where temperatures average in the 70s in summer and 40s in winter. Only a 45-minute plane ride from Seattle or an hour ferry ride from the mainland, we say that getting here is half the fun!

Representative: Jason Gilbreth

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Since 1984, Aggressor Adventures has offered travelers liveaboard scuba and snorkeling charters, luxury river cruises and exotic wildlife safaris. Worldwide locations the company explores include Bahamas, Belize, Cayman Islands, Cocos Island, Costa Rica, Cuba, Djibouti, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Galapagos, Hawaii, Indonesia, Maldives, Mexico, Oman, Palau, Red Sea, Roatan, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Thailand, and Turks and Caicos.

Representative: Kelly Rote

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Visit Central Florida represents Polk County, Florida. Close to top attractions, but far from the crowds, Polk County is Florida’s Sweetest Spot – about an hour’s drive from both Orlando and Tampa. Rediscover your inner child at LEGOLAND Florida Resort, go wild at Safari Wilderness Ranch and tee up at Streamsong Resort. You will find 554 lakes, wonderful nature preserves and rich “Real Florida” experiences. Tour an orange grove and pick fresh citrus straight from the trees, spot alligators as you zip across sparkling lakes in an airboat or cheer on real Florida cowboys in an action-packed rodeo. Become a cowboy yourself at Westgate River Ranch Resort then catch some winks in their Glamping tents. Stroll through Bok Tower Gardens, including a 2.7 acre Children’s Garden, while listening to the 60-bell carillon in the majestic 205-foot art-deco tower, then study the masterful architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright’s 13-structure “Child of the Sun” collection at Florida Southern College.

Representative: Francesca Donlan

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The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel: Florida’s welcome change-of-pace

The Florida of days long past, with unspoiled white sand beaches, exotic wildlife and lush subtropical foliage, still can be found in the Fort Myers and Sanibel Island area in the southwestern portion of the state.

This subtropical paradise is a favorite vacation spot for visitors from around the world. Here, visitors escape the more congested areas of the state for a feel of old Florida that no longer exists. This area is proving to be the perfect sanctuary for families to reconnect with loved ones in a quiet, natural setting. With surroundings conducive to refocusing on what’s really important in life, visitors are finding a sense of inner peace as they submerse themselves in alluring natural wilderness.

Representative: Barbara Golden

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Media and public relations contact for St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra & The Beaches. Located midway between Daytona Beach and Jacksonville, Florida’s Historic Coast features historic St. Augustine, the outstanding golf and seaside elegance of Ponte Vedra, 42 miles of pristine Atlantic beaches. Contact me to learn more about the exciting history, luxury hotels and pristine seaside escapes. Images and video available. St. Augustine, the oldest city in the United States, features more than 60 historic sites and attractions, national monuments, architecturally-rich churches and unspoiled natural settings all providing a variety of activities for visitors to enjoy. Ponte Vedra Beach is home to the PGA TOUR and ATP Tour; world-class golf and tennis facilities; award-winning spas; an abundance of boutique shopping; and the finest collection of recreational and social amenities available. Forty-two miles of unspoiled beaches make this northeast Florida area one of the Sunshine State’s most popular meeting and vacation destinations.

Representative: Kathryn Farrington

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Newport and The Classic Coast is a feast for the senses; a veritable banquet of salt air, dappled light, ocean breezes, and creaking floorboards. Honestly, just spending some quiet time staring out at our horizon can feel life changing. Of course, if you want to turn up the volume, our coast is here to paddle, surf, skate, hike, bike, walk, sail, and more. So whatever adventure floats your boat, go find it…and take your time. We’ll be here, opening our doors, cooking up classic meals, and preparing seats by the fire or the harbor’s edge when you’re ready to refuel.

Discover Newport, Rhode Island, a spectacular destination brimming with stories to be told!

Representative: Davelyn Tardi

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It’s time to plan for deep breaths and even deeper dives. For simple pleasures and dramatic sunsets. It’s time for warm welcomes and ice-cold piña coladas. To get a world away, without needing a passport. Finally, it’s time to plan for Puerto Rico. Find out more at

Representative: Gustavo Rivas-Solis

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ENroute Communications is a tourism and hospitality communications agency. Headquartered in New York, we have offices in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Our clients include San Miguel de Allende and the state of Yucatan in Mexico.

Representative: James Luttjohann

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Catalina Island is a picture perfect island paradise and a world apart from the hustle and bustle of the mainland – just 22 miles off the coast of southern California.   Catalina Island is a place where the gentle rhythm of the waves makes time slow down. Its a place where you can paddle through crystal clear waters in the crisp morning air, followed by Mai Tais and sun soaked lounging on the beach in the afternoon.
Moonlit walks are the norm and a sense of timelessness surrounds you.

Catalina Island features fabulous land and water activities – including Zip Line and SeaTrek Undersea Adventures, romantic lodging for every taste and budget, a diversity of dining experiences, and extraordinary venues for weddings and group events.

Representative: Jerry Evans

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Deep in the wilds of Alaska, tucked in between two immense mountain ranges and nestled up against a winding river, you will find a gem of a little city known as Fairbanks. The magical northern lights dance across the sky nine months of the year during Aurora Season and the sun shines up to 24 hours a day during the Midnight Sun Season.

Bursting with energy and things to do, visitors find Fairbanks inviting, engaging and awe-inspiring—the heart of the last frontier. Get lucky panning for gold, float the Chena River, mingle with reindeer and musk oxen, cool off in an ice museum, take a refreshing hike and look for birds and wildlife. Be inspired by our delightful downtown, a thriving arts community, dynamic Alaska Native culture, art galleries, museums, open-air markets, and historic sites.

With Fairbanks as a basecamp, you can journey to Denali National Park, cross the Arctic Circle, and discover spectacular Interior Alaska landscapes, towns, and destinations.

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