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LTVA posts newsletter on Internet

If it was ever unclear as to what the Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority actually does, its new Internet newsletter will help answer questions and address concerns.

“We are trying to take the mystery out of the LTVA and hope this newsletter will help, since not everyone is able to attend our meetings,” said Executive Director Terry LeBan.

“It’s strictly for the South Shore business community. Since we don’t print a newsletter, this was our way of giving access to the community on what we are doing.”



Opening earlier this month, the newsletter has nine links ranging from the activity calendar to reports on market conditions. A direct link to LeBan’s e-mail is also available, allowing questions, suggestions or concerns to be directed to her so she can personally respond.

“The calendar is a good way for people to get involved and know who’s doing what at the LTVA,” LeBan said, adding that if there is anything someone feels is lacking on the site, to contact her immediately.



The LTVA’s annual Internet budget is $60,000, which also includes the purchase of banner advertisements and regular maintenance on the Virtual Tahoe site – which is where the newsletter is located.

LeBan said when search engines portray a banner ad, the user can click on it and go directly to the Virtual Tahoe site.

Those interested in up-to-date LTVA news can look it up by going to:

http://www.virtualtahoe.com/ltva/news.


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