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Community Relations. History. Board Visioning Process What’s good for Tourism is good for Portland; What’s good for Portland is good for Tourism Bring Industry to the table on issues impacting Portland’s viability as a tourism destination.

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Community relations

Community Relations


Community relations

History

  • Board Visioning Process

  • What’s good for Tourism is good for Portland;

  • What’s good for Portland is good for Tourism

    • Bring Industry to the table on issues impacting Portland’s viability as a

    • tourism destination


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    GoalWorking with Partners, make Portland the best destination possible.

    OutcomeExert influence in community decision-making that impacts Portland’s quality of life and viability as a travel destination


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    • Key Strategies

    • Community Action Committee

    • Represent Travel Portland/Industry on community boards, work groups, task forces

    • Stay abreast of issues and opportunities


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    • Key Strategies

    • Community education; PR to enhance

    • stature of the industry & Travel Portland

    • Develop & maintain relationships with key tourism and governmental officials


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    Community Action Committee

    Transportation

    Development/Redevelopment

    Public Safety


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    Community Action Committee

    • Transportation issues

      • Fairless Square

      • Columbia River Crossing-tolling options

      • Funding: Federal, State & Local

      • Transportation options: Transit/cycling


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    Community Action Committee

    • Development/Redevelopment

      • Convention Center area development

      • OMSI District

        • Public Market

        • Urban Renewal Areas & PDC Budget

  • Rough concept only


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    Community Action Committee

    • Public Safety

      • Sidewalk Management Plan

      • 10 Year Plan to End Homelessness

      • Siting of services


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    • What we don’t do:

    • Campaign Contributions

    • Most ballot measures

      • Unless direct tourism impact

    • General business tax issues


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    • Communication Vehicles

    • Letters/emails

    • Printed Materials

    • Key Message Cards


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    • Events

    • National Tourism Summit & National Bike Summit, Washington DC

    • Rally Day

    • Travel Portland and Trade organization events

      • State of the Industry

      • Tourism/Hospitality Awards breakfast

      • ORA Taste of Oregon

      • TCLA forums


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    • Challenges & Opportunities

    • Getting board members engaged

    • Providing solutions

      • Social services survey


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