• Los Angeles Tourism Debuts Renovated Website

     
    POSTED March 11, 2019
     

The Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board has debuted a new iteration of discoverlosangeles.com after planning that continued for over a year.

The Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board (Los Angeles Tourism) is the official destination marketing and sales organization for Los Angeles. Los Angeles Tourism’s digital team built a mobile-first design of the website that will enhance response, search and accessibility for users.

L.A. Tourism has employed some of the most talented writers and photographers in the L.A. area to create a fun, full library of content, ranging from guides on hidden neighborhood gems to favorite beaches by playlist and places to visit inspired by tourists’ astrological signs.

“We look forward to serving travelers’ needs with our latest mobile-first version, which is packed with user-friendly attributes,” said Bill Karz, vice president of digital marketing for Los Angeles Tourism.

Other highlights of the website include interactive maps, personalization, an events calendar, and content available in French, German, Portuguese, Spanish, Korean, and Japanese.

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Aurora, Colorado has earned the 33rd ranking on Cvent's list of Top 50 Meeting Destinations in the United States for 2019. This ranking is a nine-point increase from 2018 and a 23-point increase from 2017.

“Over the past two years, Visit Aurora has driven concentrated sales and marketing efforts to provide maximum value to our clients," says Bruce Dalton, President & CEO of Visit Aurora.

 

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