NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – As inflation and gas prices rise, some Americans are reconsidering their summer travel plans. So what does this mean for Tennessee tourism? State tourism experts say the high prices aren’t stopping shoppers. “So far, we haven’t really seen any impact from the inflationary numbers,” said ButchRead More →

Tennessee is known for its beautiful fall foliage with bright oranges, vibrant yellows and deep reds. Now there’s beauty to behold as the Tennessee Department of Tourism Development unveiled its 13th colorblind sight this week at Radnor Lake State Park and Natural Area in Nashville. Locally, the Department of TourismRead More →

The Tennessee Department of Tourism Development kicked off the first annual Gatlinburg Songwriter Festival with the unveiling of a new “Tennessee Music Pathways” marker to honor the historic Gatlinburg Inn and Felice’s “Rocky Top” legacy and Boudleaux Bryant. Janelle Arthur, Hits & Grins, the All-Star Bluegrass Band with Jerry Salley,Read More →

Nashville, TN – Tennessee tourism generated $16.8 billion in domestic and international travel spending in 2020, down 31.6% from the previous year according to recently released economic impact data from the US Travel Association and Tourism Economics. Tennessee travel has generated nearly 150,000 jobs and $1.4 billion in state andRead More →

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Tennessee’s tourism industry isn’t just trying to attract more visitors this summer as it recovers from the coronavirus pandemic. State and industry groups are also advertising to bring more workers to fill the nearly 50,000 available jobs at local attractions, hotels, restaurants and other travel-related businesses amid one of theRead More →

NASHVILLE, Tenn, (WKRN) – Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Tennessee was generating billions in economic impact from tourism. Now the industry that has been hit hard is facing a resurgence with more and more people wanting to get out and travel. READ: Tennessee strives to return to record tourist numbers TourismRead More →

NASHVILLE, Tenn, (WKRN) – Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Tennessee generated billions in economic impact from tourism. Now the industry that has been hit hard is facing a resurgence with more and more people wanting to get out and travel. READ: Tennessee strives to return to record tourist numbers TourismRead More →

The Tennessee Department of Tourism Development today unveiled its Official Guide to Tennessee Vacation 2021 with a mouth-watering cover showcasing the state’s diverse cuisine. Tennessee’s world-class hospitality and culinary creations have long drawn visitors and residents alike, and this year’s guide highlights the best chefs and their signature dishes inspiredRead More →

Manchester time and the South Central Tennessee Tourism Association announced a content partnership for a new regional tourism website, is a regional tourism-focused website, inviting domestic tourists and guests from around the world to experience various trips, trails, and activities in the South Central Tennessee region. The SouthRead More →

For an industry devastated by the novel coronavirus pandemic, the Northeast Tennessee Tourism Association’s 23rd annual Pinnacle Awards were welcome news on a celebratory afternoon. “I think everyone was really excited to be able to be in a room together and honor some big projects and have some great news,Read More →

The 2020 Tennessee Vacation Guide has three distinct covers that showcase the scenic beauty across the state Nashville, Tennessee – The Tennessee Department of Tourism Development has released its official 2020 Tennessee vacation guide. For the first time, the guide features three distinct covers that showcase the state’s expanse ofRead More →

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Start your 2020 by exploring some of the most important landmarks in country music. The Tennessee Department of Tourist Development has created a special “Country Music” passport to help visitors explore 22 Tennessee destinations featured in Ken Burn Country Music Documentary. The County Music Passport isRead More →

Businesses and government officials in West Tennessee are making concerted efforts to strengthen tourism in the region by capitalizing on assets such as Reelfoot Lake and Discovery Park of America to promote farm experiences and outdoor sports . The Discovery Park of America and the Obion County Chamber of CommerceRead More →

Tennessee Tourism Commissioner Susan Whitaker Tourism Director of the Year 2013 Achievements under [Susan Whitaker’s] leadership will have a lasting impact on Tennessee. Nashville, Tennessee (PRWEB) August 19, 2013 Commissioner Susan Whitaker, Tennessee Department of Tourism Development, was named the 2013 National Tourism Director of the Year by the USRead More →

teamTBB with state and local officials It makes sense that Ironman triathletes come to the land of the Iron Mountains to train for one of the most rigorous competitions in the sport. Mountain City, Tennessee (PRWEB) June 26, 2013 The world’s first international triathlon team, teamTBB, announced at a recentRead More →