It will be movie night in Founders Park on May 22.
Think of something similar to The Pinnacle, except in Boones Creek.
Long before the term “regionalism” was coined to encourage collaboration within Northeast Tennessee to compete on a larger scale economically, a similar trend emerged in 1977 with the development of the Northeast Tennessee Tourism Association.
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In 2017, Northeast Tennessee welcomed more than 12,000 Airbnb guests to the region. That number was nearly doubled in 2018, again showing just how hospitable people in the Tri-Cities area are.
Jonesborough Tourism and Main Street Director Cameo Waters began her studies at the University of Tennessee as an architecture major.
A recently released Tennessee Department of Tourist Development report shows tourism spending in Northeast Tennessee and across the state grew significantly in 2017.
ELIZABETHTON — As the governments of Carter County and Elizabethton continue to emphasize the importance of tourism to the future of the local economy, a new tourism coordinator is stepping into what is being seen as an important role.
For those living in Northeast Tennessee, it’s sometimes easy to take for granted the sheer abundance of natural outdoor assets available right outside our backdoor. But beginning this year, a whole festival spread across three communities will showcase and promote the region’s recreational amenities.
Johnson City and Washington County secured several spots among the thousands of statewide attractions, entertainment and events listed in the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development’s 2018 Official Tennessee Vacation Guide.
The Lees-McRae College partnership with Beech Mountain will now allow students and members of the community a chance to obtain National Ski Patrol Certification and Snowboard Instructor Certification.
New numbers released Thursday by room sharing app Airbnb show just how hospitable people in the Tri-Cities are.
“Many times, we’ve found that people like to locate were they recreate,” Tennessee Commissioner of Tourism Kevin Triplett said earlier this month. Triplett is a former executive at the Bristol Motor Speedway. “That’s why we partner with the eight counties of the Northeast Tennessee region and the (state) Department of Economic Development.”
The Washington County Archives has received more than 800 inquiries from 38 states and three foreign countries since July 1, 2016.
One of the first things Jim Solomon did when he arrived in Johnson City in 2007 was look up the local hog chapter.
More than 6 million people call Tennessee home and 110 million more called the Volunteer State “vacation” last year, which set a record for growth for the state’s $18.4 billion tourism industry.