Travel Lane County
541.484.5307 · 800.547.5445 ·
Adventure Center/Visitor Information: 3312 Gateway St · Springfield OR (Open daily 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.)
Downtown Eugene Visitor Center: 754 Olive St · Eugene OR (Open Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.)
Mailing Address: PO Box 10286 · Eugene OR 97440 s

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Visitor Industry E-Newsletters

Travel Lane County's Visitor Industry News updates are archived below. These newsletters include articles about developments, campaigns, industry events, economic impacts, travel statistics, tourism leaders and more.

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A Minute or Two for Tourism
In this issue: Convention Space Study Supports Local Investment, Early Bird Registration Fee Still Available for the Sports Summit, Receipts Up 12 Percent Through October, Bike Tourism Studio Round 3, Everyone Loses When Vacation Days Go Unused, Florence Fest Joins Art, Music and Wine, Occupancy Around the Region and more!   

Willamette Valley Selected as Wine Region of the Year
In this issue: Community Investment Enhances Visitor Experience, Inaugural Sports Summit Takes Shape, Website Investment Pays Dividends, Home2Suites by Hilton Opens, TRT Growth Strong, Cottage Grove Hosts Second Bicycle Tourism Studio, Millennials Becoming "Work Martyrs", Occupancy Around the Region and more!   

Buster's Main Street Cafe Receives ORLA Award
In this issue: Mode Choices Will Enhance Visitor Experience, ORLA Program Wins National Award, McKenzie Valley Mountain Biking Called a "Hidden Gem", Willamalane Receives Gold Medal, Visitor Industry Creating Careers and more!  

Record Lodging Numbers in July
In this issue: Tech and the traveler, Annual report available, Willamalane's Bob Keefer retires, Oakridge Mayor leads bike connectivity effort, and more!

Video and Photo Library Available to Members
In this issue: Latest U.S. Travel Index, Outdoor initiative launched, Northwest Athletic Conference Fall Festival approaches, and more!

RV Industry Grows Local and National Economy
In this issue: Industry newsletter changes format, Rates rising at Siuslaw National Forest sites, Oregon adds a scenic bikeway, Sports and conventions, and more!

Travel Lane County Welcomes New Board Members
In this issue: County renews contract with Travel Lane County, Town & Gown conference secured, LCC offers small business management program for hospitality industry, SportsTown Awards a big hit, and more!

Visitor Spending Reaches New Heights
In this issue: Ads & Digital Planner Target Sports Event Planners, Google Trekker Launched, Visitor Industry Celebration, SportsTown Awards Tickets on Sale,  Local Air Traffic Takes Off

Travel Lane County Launches New Marketing Campaign
In this issue: Candidates Share Thoughts on Visitor Industry, Sound Your Horn, New Wine Game Kicks Off Wine Month,Occupancy Rates Tick Up

Battle to Preserve Dunes Moves Forward
In this issue: Record Room Tax Collection, SportsTown Awards Celebrate Regional Successes, Leisure Travel Trending Upward, Occupancy Rates Remain Strong, Travel Oregon Launches New Marketing Campaign