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Tahoe Tourism Forum Thursday at community college

The Lake Tahoe South Shore Chamber of Commerce and the Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority will host the second annual Tahoe Tourism Forum from 9 to 11 a.m. Thursday at Lake Tahoe Community College’s Duke Theater.

The forum will provide South Shore businesses an opportunity to hear from tourism experts about what’s new for summer. The LTVA will preview its new strategic plan and unveil the 2010 summer marketing campaign.

New LTVA websites, tahoesouth.com and LTVA.org will be introduced, as well as opportunities to get involved with the LTVA social media campaign.

Representatives from the Sierra Nevada Conservancy and the Sierra Business Council will talk about geotourism – what it is and why it matters.

The LTSSCC and the LTVA will discuss what their organizations are doing to support geotourism and how to get involved. Attendees will also learn about the new California Welcome Center in El Dorado County and hear presentations on events new to Lake Tahoe, including Lake Tahoe Restaurant Week, Hot August Nights and Iron Girl.

Guest speakers include Bob Kingman from Sierra Nevada Conservancy, Nicole DeJonghe from Sierra Business Council, Jennifer Corrigan from Duncan/Channon Agency, Pettit Gilwee from Pettit Gilwee Public Relations, Debbie Manning from El Dorado Hills Chamber of Commerce, Bruce Walter from Hot August Nights, “B” Gorman from LTSSCC and Carol Chaplin, Sue Barton and Mike Frye from LTVA.

The event is free and open to the public. For information, call the chamber at (775) 588-1728 or visit http://www.tahoechamber.org.


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