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The first Southern Indiana Travel Showcase took place on Wednesday, May 4 at Big Four Station Park. The showcase was held as part of the National Travel and Tourism Week celebration, May 1-7, 2016. Cities all around the country created similar events to promote tourism’s positive impact has on

What is Travel Rally Day?

First staged in 2009, Travel Rally Day is more than just an annual celebration—it’s a spotlight on what travel means to local communities. Each year, Travel Rally Day takes place on the Tuesday of National Travel and Tourism Week, May 1-7, 2016, which unifies millions of

The Southern Indiana Tourism Coalition is a group of tourism partners in Clark and Floyd Counties who gather every other month to network, share the latest industry news, and partner to make tourism a stronger industry. Join us for a meeting!

As a tourism business, you can provide a brief update on

Kate Kane led a group on a fact-finding mission trip to Franklin, Tenn. A total of 11 partners and staff members accompanied her.

Why did they go?
Residents and visitors alike are gravitating to walkable downtown areas to spend their leisure time. The trip’s goal was to exchange ideas with the

The Clark-Floyd Counties Convention & Tourism Bureau invites you to participate in upcoming community workshops to provide input on the Greater Louisville Master Plan for the Arts. This master planning effort has just been launched to connect and strengthen our arts and cultural assets and to

Teams needed for May tournament

International Slow Pitch Softball, a national organization based in Miami, Fla., signed an agreement with the Clark-Floyd Counties Convention & Tourism Bureau to host its Midwest Regional Qualifier tournament, May 12-15.

How did a Miami organization find out about our

Are you ready for 2016? To help plan your calendar, we’ve collected important dates for local events, Indiana Office of Tourism publications deadlines, and Indiana’s Bicentennial. If you know of an important date that should be listed, please contact Regina Walker-Tekulve or Luanne Mattson at the