Annual tourism forum focuses on economic, community revitalization |

Annual tourism forum focuses on economic, community revitalization

The annual Tourism Forum will focus on economic and community revitalization and include lessons learned from Tahoe Chamber’s trek to Park City and how the South Shore can tackle its own challenges through Park City’s example. Guest speakers Ken Fisher, Park City Recreation Manager and Jonathan Weidenhamer, Park City Economic Development Manager will discuss issues and solutions mountain towns face in today’s economy. Presentations will also address ways South Shore can improve its visibility as a world-class recreation and Tahoe South’s summer initiatives. The forum takes place Tuesday at Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. with a reception to follow. Fees are $5 for Tahoe Chamber members, $10 for non-members. The annual event is hosted by Tahoe Chamber, Tahoe South and area businesses focuses on marketing trends as well as the issues that may impact tourism, recreation and the economy in the near future. For more information or email Emily Abernathy (

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