Wyoming Office of Tourism has created industry toolkits for industry partners to use to leverage and support a variety of campaign and program efforts in their own marketing efforts.
DMO Relief Fund Toolkit
The DMO Relief Funds program, administered by the Wyoming Office of Tourism, is funded from the federal CARES Act passed to aid recovery from the COVID pandemic.
Travel Safe Toolkit
During times when public health is at risk, we must ask that all travelers and locals respect the health and safety recommendations that have been implemented to ensure collective wellness. By adventuring responsibly, we can maintain Wyoming as a wide-open safe haven and source of inspiration. When travel businesses, residents, and travelers all do their part, visitors can Travel Responsibly.
Partner COVID-19 Toolkit
At the Wyoming Office of Tourism, the well-being of our residents and visitors is our greatest priority. It is in our nature to be wild and free. And to do so safely, it is important that we all act and adventure responsibly. As such, we are working on new and thoughtful ways to promote Wyoming during this new reality and position our state for success now and well into the future.
National Travel and Tourism Week (NTTW)
2021 dates announced.
2020 Wyoming NTTW Toolkit is available below.
We created a calendar in which each day of the week highlights a different travel industry sector. Please take a look at this calendar to join us in celebrating Wyoming tourism and for ideas on how to celebrate the industry.
Save the Date: May 2 – 8, 2021
National Travel and Tourism Week (NTTW) is America’s annual salute to travel and tourism and it was established by a congressional resolution in 1983. NTTW is recognized all around the country every year in May and the week serves to champion the power of travel. Travel and tourism professionals in America work throughout the week to promote the impactful contributions their travel markets and organizations make to the U.S. economy.
With the coronavirus (COVID-19) having a large impact on the travel industry, now more than ever we need to come together and support tourism. Please join us and the U.S. Travel Association as we honor the Spirit of Travel during this year’s celebration. We can’t wait to hear how you plan to celebrate NTTW in your community!