Would you know what to do if something went terribly wrong?
From ample outdoor activities to a thriving arts scene, Kerrville packs big city attractions into a quiet Hill Country setting.
You have been tasked with tracking down the coolest spot for your organization’s next meeting or convention and have no idea where to begin. Don’t worry! This is where the staff of a Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) like Visit The Woodlands comes in.
The main role of a DMO is to help make your life easier and to assist you in the detailed process of planning your convention or meeting.
Here are 5 ways a DMO can help with your next meeting:
1) RFP Distribution
The golden age of motor courts has come and gone, or has it? One Texas company launches a revival with its modern version
Beachfront Views & Mardi Gras
It isn’t easy to find the perfect gift, but Austin-based Personal Wine may have cracked the code. From highend Champagne to budget-friendly Pinot Grigio, these gifts are sure to please. And don’t forget to check out the miniature bottles of prosecco with striped straws! “For the past 18 years, Personal Wine has exemplified the meaning of giving the ‘perfect gift,” says Alex Andrawes, founder and chairman of Personal Wine.
Private event space with Lone Star appeal—and a menu to match.
Named after a line by Mark Twain, who said of watermelon in the summer “I imagine it’s what angels eat,” this clever mixture of watermelon and kaffir lime ice cubes, cointreau, orange bitters and sparkling wine will make guests swoon.
—3 watermelon ice cubes*
—.5 oz. Cointreau
—3 dashes of orange bitters
—2.5 oz. Moscato d’Asti
—2.5 oz. sparkling wine
—.75 oz. lime juice
How Anticipation Proves to be a Strategy that Pays off in the Long Run
Visit Austin just wrapped its sixth annual Airstream tour, which included stops in Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and New York City to promote Austin’s adorable weirdness. “The road trip was a chance for us to take a sample of Austin on the road and show other markets what we have to offer in our city,” says Tom Noonan, president and CEO of Visit Austin. “This series gave us the opportunity to promote the culture, music and creativity of our city.”