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Adventure Center/Visitor Information: 3312 Gateway St · Springfield OR (Open daily 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.)
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Learn about our future hospitality workforce, travel trends for 2020, Travel Lane County board's position on short term rentals and… More Info

Large Event Management
In this issue: An interview with Mike Duncan regarding large event management, grants received by the McKenzie River Chamber of Commerce, Travel Oregon's Rural Tourism Conference, Coronavirus tips from U.S. Travel, Two VP's depart Travel Lane County,, an update on the legislative session and much more!

Room Tax Surges
In this issue: Two VP's depart Travel Lane County,  Tourism Around Lane County features outdoor recreation discussion, first TravelAbility summit held, Oregon Sports Summit is coming, dunes video tells story of disappearing landscape and much more!

Holiday Party Set
In this issue: Tourism Around Lane County (TALC) with Eugene Airport's Cathryn Stephens, HHS Training videos links available, Eugene council reviews short term rental regulations, Real ID is coming, Building SEO and much more!

Short-Term Rental TALC
In this issue: Food Waste  blog and a free food waste reduction training, County to increase inspection fees, National forests propose higher fees and more a permit system to manage use of popular trails and wilderness areas, final health and human services training on November 13, and much more!

Free Member Training
In this issue: TALC 10 video blog looks at the food and beverage industry, Three member training sessions, Food Trail participants launch a Food Forage event, Outdoor recreation economy grows, Cultural Trust distributes funds to local groups, Oakridge/Westfir Business After Hours hosted by Travel Lane County and more!

Room Tax Receipts Rebound in August
In this issue: DeFazio tours dunes, Chicago connection opens doors to conventions market, Local members participate in Feast Portland, Partners come together for trail restoration work, Public Lands Day coming in September, Heritage grants available and more!

DeFazio Honored as Tourism Champion
In this issue: Oregon21 roundtables continue, Room tax receipts end fiscal year on a down note, Savor Springfield passport program kicks-off,  New staff join Travel Lane County and more!

Visitor Spending Continues to Grow
In this issue: TRT is up 2% year-to-date, B2B opportunities for Travel Lane County members, Legislature wraps up, Travel Oregon grant cycle opens, Travel Lane County is hiring a destination development manager, Scenic Bikeways celebrates 10 years, Sports Planner is live, DMO's evaluate when tourism becomes too much and more!

Visitor Industry Celebration Awards Announced
In this issue: TRT grew to +3.5% year-to-date, Oakridge certified as an IMBA Gold-Level Ride Center, Travel Oregon grant cycle opens, Sports Planner is live, Cal Applebee retires from Oregon Coast Military Museum, continues growing in 2019 and more!

Register for the Visitor Industry Celebration
In this issue: TRT continues growing in 2019, Still time to sign up for the Sports Summit Series in May, Member training available through Springfield Chamber series, 10th anniversary of the Scenic Bikeway program, B2B opportunities for members, Meg Trendler honored at Governor's Conference and more!

Sports Summit Series Continues
In this issue: TRT up over 10%, Sports Summit Series is coming in May, Digital marketing campaign pays dividends, Visitor Industry Celebration scheduled for June 5, Pinot Bingo becomes the South Willamette Wine Trail, 2019-20 visitor guides arrive, legislature is heating up and more!

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Andy Vobora

Vice President of Stakeholder Relations

Andy oversees all local media communications, press releases and external reports. He is the primary community liaison for regional government, business and community groups. As a spokesperson for Travel Lane County, Andy specializes in relationship building, industry advocacy and community education.