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         Oregon Tourism:     more books (65)
  1. Assessment of the effectiveness of the 1988 spring/summer tourism promotion campaign by Dennis R Howard, 1988
  2. 1988 Oregon travel advertising study by Perry J Brown, 1989
  3. Economic impact of visitors to southwestern Oregon: 1990-1991: A graphical presentation by Rebecca L Reid, 1992
  4. Profile of summer visitors to Jackson and Josephine Counties, Oregon: A comparison of interview survey data, 1990 and 1996 by Rebecca L Reid, 1997
  5. Oregon Sportsmen's Guide with Detailed Maps
  6. The Independence Road: Kansas celebrates the 150th anniversary of the Oregon Trail by Barbara MacPherson Burgess, 1993
  7. Oregon's tourist industry: What, why, when, and how? by Earl Snell, 1945
  8. Strategies for the 1990's: Timber, tourism, and community economic stability in the O&C by Gerard J Hubbard, 1986
  9. Recreation as a major factor in the economy of Jackson County, Oregon: A report by Craig Greenleaf, 1969
  10. Wyoming Road Trip by the Mile Marker: Travel/Vacation Guide to Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Devils Tower, Oregon Trail, Camping, Hiking, Tourism, More... by Brook Besser, 2010-03-23
  11. Wyoming Vacation GuideCelebrating 150 Years Along the Oregon Trail by Wyoming Division of Tourism; Clyde Douglass, 1993
  12. Savory Strategy.(Business)(Tourism officials seek to promote Oregon's dining delights): An article from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
  13. The Guest Informant: The Garden of Allah Edition
  14. Marshall Islands tourism development project by Aaron Henson, 1993

21. Oregon Tourism Commission (ECDD)
oregon tourism Commission (ECDD). Contact Information. Mailing Address775 Summer St. NE, Salem 973011282 Telephone 503-986-0000

Oregon Tourism Commission (ECDD)

Contact Information Mailing Address:
775 Summer St. NE, Salem 97301-1282
General E-mail:
Administration E-mail:
Todd Davidson , Manager
Administrative Rules Coordinator E-mail:
Doris Penwell
Staff Directory
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Legal and Legislative Information Statutory Authority: ORS 285A Administrative Rules: OAR Chapter 123 Budget Analysis (pdf) by Legislative Fiscal Office Audit Reports Records, Publications and General Information Present Duties and Responsibilities This is a brief summary of agency functions. Agency History This is a detailed history of the agency. State Archives Holdings This is a select list of the agency's records in the custody of the State Archivist available for research.

22. Oregon Tourism Commission - Administrative History
The desire to more effectively promote tourism in Oregon resulted in the creationof the Travel Information Bureau under the State Highway Commission in 1935.
Oregon Tourism Commission - Agency History
Written 1997 History
The desire to more effectively promote tourism in Oregon resulted in the creation of the Travel Information Bureau under the State Highway Commission in 1935. The Legislative Assembly authorized the commission to compile, publish, and disseminate information including historical facts, data, and maps about parks, recreation areas, and other public places in the state (OL 1935, c.195). Policy guidance was provided to the commission by the Travel Advisory Committee. The State Highway Fund paid for the costs associated with the program. By the 1950s the bureau was commonly known as the Travel Information Division of the State Highway Department. It carried out an aggressive advertising campaign that included newspapers, magazines, mail, travel trade shows, and scenic movies. The division also helped to develop state information centers at major points of entry to disseminate information and promote tourism. The 1969 creation of the Department of Transportation changed the Travel Information Division to a section under the Highway Division. Goals set by the Travel Advisory Committee in the late 1960s included attracting visitors who would most likely use the state commercial facilities; encouraging visitors to stay longer; stimulating fall, winter, and spring travel; attracting visitors to Oregon's less traveled regions; and encouraging Oregonians to vacation in Oregon. Later emphasis was placed on publicizing year-round resort accommodations as well as vacation activities not directly related to scenery.

23. Oregon Tourism, State Agency Sustainability Reports, Oregon Solutions
oregon tourism Commission Sustainability willbe woven into the fabric of oregon tourism Commission's mission.
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(1) How OTC's mission already fits into the mission of sustainability. The Oregon Tourism Development Plan 1996-2001 describes succinctly the imperative of preserving, protecting, and enhancing what is unique and special about Oregon, "Quality of life is central to Oregon's tourism product. No industry has a greater stake in maintaining and enhancing quality of life in Oregon than the visitor industry. Strategies outlined in the Tourism Development Plan help the visitor industry become a stronger leader in protecting what is special about Oregon by identifying opportunities and threats and taking stands. Oregon's visitor industry will develop practical tools for managing growth so that tourism continues to protect and enhance what is special about Oregon." And, "Having built a reputation for natural, authentic experiences Oregon must continue to deliver this to its customers while at the same time developing strength in areas relatively undeveloped." "Industry development efforts will help Oregon's downtowns continue to develop as places where visitors and residents alike enjoy shopping, dining, or taking a stroll. The downtowns are critical to the profitability of Oregon's base of small tourism businesses." And, " By promoting Oregon as a unique place with outstanding natural beauty and highly desirable values such as quality of life, environmental purity, intelligence, independent-mindedness, and stewardship of the land, the visitor industry contributes to 'Brand Oregon' efforts."

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25. Yachats Oregon,yachats Oregon Hotel Motel, Yachats Oregon Tourism, Vacation
for generations. Cape Perpetua is the highest point on the OregonCoast and contains some of the most intriguing sites. Be sure

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Yachats on the Web Advertising Add Link Banner Ads Add Online Res. Main St. Shops ... The Little Log Church at the corner of 3rd and Pontiac streets in Yachats has been a part of this coastal community for generations. Cape Perpetua is the highest point on the Oregon Coast and contains some of the most intriguing sites. Be sure and visit Devil's Churn and the Spouting Horn and hike some of the 23 miles of trails. The Guiness Book of World Records has recently confirmed Sea Lion Caves as the largest sea caves in the world. 11 miles north of Florence, open 9:00 am to dusk, (541) 547-3111 Heceta Head Lighthouse located at Devil's Elbow State Park, a popular beach and picnic area north of Florence. A trail leads to the lighthouse and keeper's house with daily tours during the summer and on weekends the rest of the year. For a different route, try Forest Service Road 55 to Yachats. Quickly escape the hustle and bustle of summer time traffic with this beautiful 19 mile ride. Just a tad north of the Cape Perpetua Scenic Area.

26. Tide Pool At Seal Rock State Park, Oregon Tourism
Oregon Tourist Scenes, The Tide Pool at Seal Rock State Park. The coast.Plan to get there at low tide. Return to Oregon Tourist Scenes.

November 15, 2000
Wanderlust Tours was recently invited to attend the first session of the Oregon Tourism Commission’s new Sustainable Tourism Working Group. The process is the result of an executive order from Governor Kitzhaber that mandates that "the State of Oregon shall develop and promote policies and programs that will assist Oregon to meet a goal of sustainability within one generation."
The Commission invited select state agencies, organizations and companies to help develop principles of sustainability that can be applied to the tourism industry. Wanderlust Tours was invited to share its ideas as a leader in the state that has been practicing sustainable tourism since its inception in 1993.
Charlie Quinn, The Nature Conservancy, Portland, OR
What’s so fun about a Wanderlust Tour is that you will go away with a "Bill Nye the Science Guy" piece of knowledge every day!
Look in our sidebars to discover more.

28. Press Release Archive - Wanderlust Tours Bend Sunriver Oregon
press release archive - Wanderlust Tours bend sunriver oregon
Wanderlust Tours Press Release Archive February 26, 2002
February 26, 2002
Wanderlust Tours will lead moonlight canoe trips on the Cascade Lakes during the full moon June through September, and half-day canoe trips, guided hikes, volcano and cave tours run daily throughout the summer and fall.
August 25, 2001
Wanderlust Tours announces its daily and moonlight snowshoe schedule for the 2001-2002 winter season.
August 15, 2001
May 4, 2001 MOONLIGHT CANOE TRIPS ON TAP Wanderlust Tours will lead moonlight canoe trips on the Cascade Lakes during the full moon June through September, and half-day canoe trips have begun and will run daily throughout the summer and fall. May 4, 2001 WANDERLUST TOURS BEGINS SUMMER TRIP SCHEDULE Wanderlust Tours will officially open its summer tour season on May 16, 2001 with its daily half- and full-day canoe trips, hikes and nature-based sightseeing tours. February 19, 2001

29. Oregon Tourism
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National Parks of Oregon

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30. Klamath County Department Of Tourism
Oregon Institute of Technology. Southern Oregon Visitors Association. Stateof oregon tourism. United Airlines. Winema National Forest. Chiloquin, Oregon.
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31. South Umpqua Oregon Tourism
South Umpqua oregon tourism provides windows for the world to see golf,casino,Myrtle Creek, Riddle, Canyonville with parks, festivals, museums, camping
Please Visit The Following OREGON Sites:
Hotel/Casino Myrtle Creek Golf South Oregon award winner .....Mikes Books!!! .....DIGITAL MAGIC!!! YOUR BUSSINESS NAME HERE!!! Music The real Oregon by Bob Flick it's worth the wait!! Your banner add Displayed here!!! INTERACTIVE UMPQUA VALLEY AREA MAP
RV CAMPING In South Oregon
GORP  Great Outdoors recreation Pages
Enter a city or US Zip Today's Weather Lighthouses in Oregon
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Membership in South Umpqua Oregon is FREE! Membership is strictly limited to quality and original sites that are focused on Oregon Tourism So what does it take to join South Umpqua Oregon Your site must be focused on Oregon Tourism, for examples:

32. South Umpqua Oregon Tourism
South Umpqua Oregon South Umpqua Christian Center in Myrtle Creek; DouglasCounty; Oregon Cities Reference. Information added as it becomes available.
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33. Oregon Tourism Bureaus And Travel Guide
Oregon, USA Tourism Bureaus Oregon, USA oregon tourism Commission 775Summer St. NE, Salem OR 973011282. 503/986-0000 P 503/986-0001.
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775 Summer St. NE, Salem OR 97301-1282. 503/986-0000 P
503/986-0001. 1-800-547-7842 to order information
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490 Campbell St.
Baker City, OR. 97814
1-800-523-1235 or 1-541-523-3356 FAX: 541-523-9187 Web: E-mail: 63085 N. Highway 97, Bend, OR 97701. 541-382-8048. (800) 949-6086 Web: E-mail: Corvallis CVB 420 NW Second Street Corvallis, OR 97330 toll free: 800/334-8118 fax: 541/753-2664 Web:

34. Oregon Tourism: Find It FAST With TrueSearch
US Tourism Network, State of Oregon. Search Help, Search CriteriaKeywords Phrase, Oregon Information, Tourism Notes Oregon. The very
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O regon. The very word inspired the largest voluntary land migration in recorded history, and not without good reason. Windswept beaches, verdant forests and snow-capped peaks give way to sweeping rangelands, towering rock formations and dramatic river valleys in this incredibly diverse land. Mother Nature's finest elements provide the perfect foil for human innovation, and the result is a vast and ever-changing playground for the soul!
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35. Oregon Tourism Cascade Mountains Sisters - Condominium - Sleeps: 2
oregon tourism Cascade Mountains Sisters oregon tourism Cascade MountainsSisters Condominium Sleeps 1-2 - Vacation Rentals by Owner - VRBO.
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Vacation Rentals by Owner Listing #15843
Upscale Condo with View of the Cascade Mountains!
Location: Sisters, Northwest/Cascade Mountains, Oregon, USA (25 minutes to Redmond Airport, 20 minutes to Bend) Accommodations: Condominium - 1 Bedroom - 1 Bath - (Sleeps 1-2) This new, second-story, Craftsman-style condo is on the edge of the town of Sisters. Walk to shops one block away and smell the crisp, clean mountain air. Enjoy walking to the special events, such as the annual outdoor Quilt Show, Classic Car Show, Jazz Festival, Antique Show, Starry Nights. It is 20 minutes from Black Butte, Aspen Lakes, and Eagle Crest Golf Courses, Camp Sherman's Metolius River for fly fishing, and Hoodoo Mountain Skiing. The MacKenzie River Rafting and Mount Bachelor skiing is 45 minutes away.
The condo has vaulted ceilings, fully-equipped granite and stainless kitchen, 24' by 24' great room with a view of eight mountains, queen-sized bed, full linens. Sit on the balcony overlooking the pond and watch the incredible sunsets over the Cascade Mountains (The Three Sisters.) Stay cozy with the gaslog Xtraordinaire fireplace. Relax in the nearby heated pool or Jacuzzi. No Smoking, No Small Children or Pets.
There is nothing available like this to rent and still walk to town. Member of Sisters Chamber of Commerce.

36. Oregon Newport Nye Beach Tourism - Condominium - Sleeps: 6
Oregon Newport Nye Beach Tourism. Great Oceanfront Location Newport,OR - oregon tourism Vacation Rental - Historic Nye Beach!
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Vacation Rentals by Owner Listing #3080
Oceanfront Condominium
Location: Accommodations: Condominium - 2 Bedrooms - 2 Baths - (Sleeps 4-6) This beautifully decorated two bedroom/two bath condominium sleeps six with a queen-size sofa bed in its large living room and queen-size beds in both bedrooms. The master bath has a six-foot jetted tub with a shower over.
The unit is completely furnished with a microwave, two cable televisions, VCR, stereo, linens, and telephone. The living room opens to a large deck offering a panoramic view of the ocean, only steps away. Watch the clouds roll by, the magnificent sunsets, or watch the whales and sea lions swim by as you sit next to the fireplace in the comfort of your home.
There are many quaint shops within a few blocks, excellent ocean front dining at reasonable prices, and the visual and performing art centers all just a short walk. Miles of clean sandy beach good for treasure hunting and long romantic walks are just outside your door step.
We are just one-hour north of the Oregon sand dunes and ATV adventures, and 30 minutes north of horseback rides on the beach. The Embarcadero, with all its large fishing boats, charters, whale viewing tours, and home of the Oregon aquarium, the largest in Oregon, is a few blocks away.

37. Oregon Tourism Information
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38. Bomis: The Regional/US/Oregon/Tourism Ring
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  • 39. Eastern Oregon Tourism Information
    top Eastern oregon tourism Information. Oregon Division of Tourism,595 Cottage St., NE, Salem, OR 97310, 800547-7842. top. Copyright
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    40. Oregon Tourism Commission Launches New Travel Magazine
    oregon tourism Commission Launches New Travel Magazine. In a move to bolstertourism and increase awareness of the beauty and attractions





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    TM ... Writers Write News, features and resources for media and publishing professionals. Friday, February 22, 2002 Homepage Archives Features Events Guide ... Jobs Oregon Tourism Commission Launches New Travel Magazine In a move to bolster tourism and increase awareness of the beauty and attractions of Oregon, the Oregon Tourism Commission (OTC) has unveiled a new magazine designed to promote travel to and within the state. Called Travel Oregon , the four-color glossy represents the first time OTC has blended a travel guide with the look and feel of a contemporary lifestyle magazine. The new magazine includes a combination of feature stories on popular Oregon offerings, special interest sections, a calendar of events, and suggested trip itineraries. The premier 128-page "Spring/Summer" issue includes feature stories on Oregon's lush public gardens, paddling the wild Rogue River, exploring eastern Oregon, golfing hotspots, suggested three-day getaways, and the state's bountiful farms and orchards, including recipes to try at home. The magazine represents a significant departure from the travel guide format previously used by the commission, which included mostly facts and figures, offering no feature articles or seasonal focus. Unlike the previous travel guide, which was updated every other year, Travel Oregon will be published twice a year and feature new, seasonal stories in each issue.

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