“Spring is the time of plans and projects.” – Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina
And Kansas Tourism is busy making plans and finalizing projects. Our spring campaign kicks off this month with a focus on our surrounding states. We shared some of those plans with you during the March Huddle. If you missed the Huddle, the recording is on TravelKS.com under the Travel Industry tab.
I am very pleased to announce that we have a new team member with Kansas Tourism. Hunter Feyerherm has joined our team as the Website and Database Manager. You can read more about Hunter below, but I encourage you to reach out to him to introduce yourself. Hunter is new to the Tourism Industry and excited about getting to know more about your communities.
A reminder that National Travel and Tourism Week is May 1-7, 2022. This is our week to proclaim the economic impact that travel has on our state and local communities. Kansas Tourism will be providing you with a toolkit to assist you as you share that message with your residents and elected officials. We will be sharing the toolkit on our April 13 Huddle along with some other timely info that you will want to know. Hope you will join us on Zoom for this Huddle. More details are below in this newsletter.
I hope you have a happy and productive April.