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Tag - Clark Floyd Counties Convention and Tourism Bureau

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

National Association of Sports Commissions Market Segment

In her efforts to grow the sports tourism market, Kate Kane will travel to the National Association of Sports Commissions (NASC) Market Segment meeting in Colorado Springs at the end of September.

The NASC meeting is designed to create

Carrie Lambert visited Clark and Floyd Counties in July. She is the Executive Director of the Indiana Tourism Association and a blogger who writes for the Indiana Office of Tourism Development.

The purpose of her visit was twofold: experience some of the area’s family-friendly attractions and

Sunny Side of Louisville’s Bridge Post

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Beat the Squeeze billboard

Encouraging Louisville residents and visitors to shop and dine in Southern Indiana, the “Beat the Squeeze” advertising campaign is in full swing. The ad campaign dispels the urban myth that I-65 traffic from the Kennedy Bridge to Brown’s Station Way is constantly

Jim Epperson with the WKTG DJ from Madisonville, Ken.

Executive Director, Jim Epperson, appeared on 5 live radio broadcasts promoting Southern Indiana. DJs interviewed guests from the Louisville area who highlighted the variety of events and activities surrounding the Kentucky Derby Festival.