Travel & Tourism

How Can a ‘Smaller’ Destination Compete for Tourism?

According to The State of American Vacation 2017, Americans are beginning to use more vacation time, and the trend is projected to continue. For growing travel destinations this presents opportunity, but a considerable amount of the industry share lies in large cities such as Orlando, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and New…

Youth Sports is Big Business for Destination Marketing

Today, kids are playing more competitive sports than every before. There are over 30 million boys and girls playing youth sports compared to under 8 million in 1970. In 2014, Nearly 70 percent of children (age 6-17) in the U.S. were playing at least one team sport and that number…

Beyond the Surface of Crystal River’s New Website

Client: Citrus County Project: Website Design and Development Description: Our team was challenged with designing and deploying a website for Citrus County, better known as Crystal River, Florida, through which potential visitors could immerse themselves in the destination, learning what it has to offer and how to make their dream…

Mobile and Travel Planning: What It Means for Your Destination

When was the last time you left home without your phone? Can’t remember? Neither can your audience. Without a doubt, mobile campaigns and mobile-first strategy are at the forefront of marketers’ minds to not only get messages out there, but also make sure they’re actually seen and heard. And when…

Growing U.S. Viewership of the Tour de France

The Tour de France is the most prestigious cycling race in the world, reaching more than 15 million spectators and over 1 billion television viewers from all over the world. But, could they reach even more, particularly in the highly sought after U.S. market? However global the event may be,…