TN Tourism Spending Drops More Than 30% In 2020

Tourism Spending In Tennessee Dropped In 2020 For The First Time In 10 Years, According To Data From The U.S. Travel Association And Tourism Economics.

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ONE Riverfront Plan For Chattanooga Unveiled

Chattanooga’s River City Company Unveiled The New ONE Riverfront Plan On Tuesday, July 27. The New River City Master Plan Will Change What Chattanooga’s Riverfront District Looks Like.

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Governor’s Tourism Campaign Pays Thousands To Social Media Influencers

Tennessee Invested Thousands Of Dollars For Social Media Influencers To Promote The State’s New “Tennessee On Me” Tourism Campaign. The New Program, Funded With $2.5 Million Dollars Of Taxpayer Money, Provides Flight Vouchers To Individuals Flying Into One Of Several Major Tennessee Cities.

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Tennessee Tourism Commissioner Apologizes After ‘Tennessee On Me’ Controversy

Tennessee’s Commissioner For The Department Of Tourist Development Apologized For How The ‘Tennessee On Me’ Initiative Was Rolled Out. The Program Was Met With Criticisms From Several State Representatives And Other Tennesseans.

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River City Company Will Unveil ONE Riverfront Plan At Community Reveal Sessions

River City Company In Chattanooga Has Been Leading ONE Riverfront Redevelopment For The Past Eighteen Months. The Community Planning Group Has Been Spending That Time Coming Up With A New District Master Plan.

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Criticism Continues For State’s $2.5M ‘Tennessee On Me’ Tourism Campaign

When The Promotions Featuring Gov. Bill Lee And Country Music Star Brad Paisley Began For The New “Tennessee On Me” Tourism Initiative, It Took Many Of Lee’s Republican Colleagues By Surprise.

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Tennessee Tourism Tab: $2.5M For Airline Vouchers

The New Tourism Campaign, “Tennessee On Me,” Paid For With $2.5 Million Set Aside For Tourism In The State’s New Budget, Gives A $250 Airline Voucher To Anyone Who Books A Two-Night Stay In One Of Four Tennessee Cities, With Some Stipulations.

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Panhandler’s Paradise: Records Reveal Chattanooga Police Refuse to Enforce Laws

Revealed In Documents Received By The Tennessee Conservative In A Recent Open Records Request, Despite Numerous And Ongoing Panhandling Violations In Chattanooga, There Have Only Been Two Tickets Issued This Year By Law Enforcement.

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Hagerty Discusses Great Smoky Mountains Resources And Efforts To Combat Asian Carp

Senator Bill Hagerty Yesterday Discussed With U.S. Department Of The Interior Secretary Deb Haaland Two Issues That Are Very Important To Tennessee: Resources To Reduce The Maintenance Backlog In The Great Smoky Mountains And Efforts To Combat The Issue Of Asian Carp Within Waterway Systems.

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Nashville Approves Sales Tax Increase For Downtown District

Visitors To Downtown Nashville’s Business District Will Be Paying More In Sales Tax, Starting July 1.

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