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2011 December Media Mentions

Published: January 04, 2012
Note: Online publications often move or remove links so some of the links below may have expired.
Sports Destination Management Magazine
January/February 2012 issue
"Hit the Hardwood"
This trade publication targeting sports event planners included an article on basketball venues in the United States. The Matthew Knight Arena was prominently featured in editorial, as well as a 2-page color photo spread.  
Oregon Coast Visitors Association
December 2011 
"Consumer Enews: Home for the Holidays"
Explore the Oregon coast this December to get into the Holiday spirit. In Florence, go to Old Town for holiday festivities and tree lighting, take in holiday productions of the Nutcracker, Bellitrix Potter, and Dead in the Sled.

Oregon Lakes & Rivers magazine
December 12, 2011
"Oregon Road Trippers E-Report #121"
From Hoodoo to Florence, road trip this scenic portion of Oregon for ample winter recreation opportunities including skiing, covered bridges and shopping in Old Town. Newsletter also features photo of Cascade Mountains from Lane Co & Goodpasture Covered Bridge along with two running events in Eugene.

Oregon Lakes & Rivers magazine
December 19, 2011
"Oregon Road Trippers E-Report #122"
E-newsletter featuring Whale Watching Week on the Oregon Coast.

Oregon Lakes & Rivers magazine
December 26, 2011
"Oregon Road Trippers E-Report #123"
E-newsletter featuring the New Year's Eve celebration at Hoodoo Ski area.

Outdoors NW
December 15, 2011
"E-Newsletter: December"
E-newsletter featuring Frozen Trail Run Fest in Eugene on event calendar.

Travel Oregon Newsletters
December 2011
"Celebrate Winter in Oregon"
This season indulge in the youthful spirit of winter at ice skating rinks around the state. In Eugene lace up at the Lane County Ice Center.

The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
October 7, 2011
"Covered Bridges Bikeway a boon to Cottage Grove's economy Guest viewpoint"
Lane County's new Covered Bridges Bikeway brings numerous economic opportunities to Cottage Grove and surrounding communities. Bicycle tourism generates investment that circulates longer within local economies and leads to small business growth and increased household incomes, a boon to rural towns.

Oregon Lakes & Rivers magazine
December 11, 2011
"Mountain Biking in Oakridge"
The Willamette National Forest around Oakridge offers an abundance of outdoor recreation. Alpine Trail, Larson Creek, Larson Rock and Salmon Creek are four great trails to explore.

The Independent Traveler
October 1, 2011
"Fall Foliage: Beyond New England"
Explore other colorful portions of the US during Fall than just New England. In Oregon view colors in the Columbia River Gorge and for updates on color sightings visit the Oregon Fall Foliage blog.