Posts about Tourism

November 26, 2008 by Kathryn

This year has been a whirlwind. In 2008, I somehow managed to move across town (again), turn 23, hear Oprah deliver a commencement speech, endure the loss of a beloved dog, leave a big company in pursuit of a dream, travel to the Dominican Republic, become engaged, get robbed at knife point, learn to...

November 14, 2008 by Zachary

Ecotourism, green travel, limited-footprint vacationing—call it what you like, more and more travelers are taking into account the environmental effects of their vacation choices. Even the...

September 2, 2008 by Zachary

I couldn't be happier about representing Digett at this year's Texas Travel Summit (September 21-24), hosted by the Texas Travel Industry Association. For starters, I haven't been to Galveston since I was a kid, and I'm itching to erase the memory of a brutal sunburn. Better yet, I'll be bringing many of you with me.

July 26, 2008 by Mark Figart

We've long worked with companies in tourism, and some even in lodging. Until today, though, we'd not claimed a genuine hotel among our portfolio of clients. We'll be kicking off phase 1 with a 1-yr SEO contract. Stay tuned for more details. I hope to be able to talk more by mid-week. Exciting stuff.

December 6, 2006 by Mark Figart

In our inaugaural e-Newsletter I promised to post a link to my photos from a recent excursion down a 26-mile stretch of the Devil's River. Here they are.

October 17, 2006 by Mark Figart

We are so excited about our upcoming Nature Tourism Seminar that we just can't wait until the formal announcement sometime next month! Teaming up with Miles Phillips and the Texas Cooperative Extension, we intend to address topics related to the marketing of nature tourism venues and programs.

August 12, 2006 by Mark Figart

Yesterday I received yet another visitor packet from some local Texas Hill Country Chamber of Commerce from whom I made a request some six weeks ago.

Hmmm ... six weeks. Need I elaborate further?

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