Those are the people, she said, who visitors will ask for information on what's available while they are in the area.
"This helps create that better experience for visitors," Kennedy said. "It answers the age-old question: What is there to do here?"
It's a chance to learn about new attractions and get a reminder about others they may have forgotten, she said.
"It reminds them of stuff they haven't done in a while."
The three focal points identified in the regional Destination Master Plan -- recreation, history and agri-tourism -- were all well represented, Giroux said.
The Hospitality Training was also an opportunity for those from various attractions to learn about each other.
Giroux said it has been great to witness the growth of cooperation and cross-promotion by all those located within the Adirondack Coast.
"This year, we're really thrilled to have it here," she said.
The latter recently featured the Senior Bachelor of Fine Arts exhibit, works by graduating students.
And there are other pieces and exhibits scattered throughout campus, Bellinger said.
She said she had heard only positive feedback from the people who stopped to talk with her during the hospitality event.
"People seem to be enjoying themselves while they learn about what's available in the community."
MESSAGE TO MARKETS
Giroux said the
Once again, they have launched a campaign on CTV television in both the
It features a digital component for mobile devices and was made possible through cooperation from 11 local participants.
Last year, CTV's daily morning television news program -- think "The Today Show" -- featured giveaways of prizes from Adirondack Coast attractions.
"That always drives amazing traffic to our website," Kennedy said.
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