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Co-op Advertising Program

FY 2021-22

Mt. Hood Territory (CCTCA) has a cooperative advertising program to promote tourism-related experiences in Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory. Our tourism partners can select from digital and print placements. Participation is open to tourism-related festivals/events, businesses, and experiences in Clackamas County. FY2021-22 programs are below. Please note that all opportunities are subject to change, and additional opportunities may come available throughout the year. To stay up to date on co-op advertising and other announcements, sign up for our industry newsletter

If you have questions about the co-op program please contact Ithaca Janzen at or 971-235-1730. 


Certified Folder Display: Distribute Your Own Brochures - Are you looking for ways to get your brochures into the hands of visitors? Certified Folder Display stocks brochure racks at popular lodging properties and rest stops throughout Oregon. This co-op partnership that's new for 2021 offers Mt. Hood Territory partners a deeply discounted rate to distribute brochures through Certified's service in the Portland East Metro and Mt. Hood areas and/or Oregon Welcome Centers statewide.

Co-Op Options: 

  • $100 for 6 months of distribution in the Portland East Metro Area. 
  • Option to add distribution in Mt. Hood area for additional $40.
  • $500 for 1 year of distribution at all 8 Welcome Centers statewide. Welcome Center Program only: 5 spaces reserved for Portland Region partners, 5 open to all tourism partners.
  • Participants can choose any combination of the above options.

Details: NOW OPEN with rolling enrollment available throughout FY21-22. There are 10 spaces available to all tourism partners. Co-op is for distribution only; you will need to have your own brochures printed and available (minimum quantity requested by Certified is 5,000). See full participation details here.

Expanded Lodging Listing in Travel Oregon Visitor's Guide - Lodging partners can expand their listing in the Travel Oregon Visitor's Guide to include a photo and additional descriptive text (not included in a basic listing)

Co-Op Cost: $375
Details: There are 10 spaces available first come first serve to lodging properties only. If interested, contact Nancy Burke at Please let her know you are a Mt. Hood Territory partner to receive the co-op rate.

Things To See & Do In Oregon Brochure - This popular print brochure featuring tourism attractions is published by MediAmerica and distributed statewide. Learn More

Co-Op Cost: $900 (full space); $475 (half space)
Details: Now closed for 21/22. If interested, contact Nancy Burke at Please let her know you are a Mt. Hood Territory partner to receive the above co-op rate.  

Travel Oregon Visitor's Guide - Your business will be featured along with other co-op partners on a Mt. Hood Territory dedicated page of the Travel Oregon 2022 Visitor Guide. See full details here.

Co-Op Cost: $400 (business); $300 (nonprofit)
Details: There are no spaces remaining for the 2022 Travel Oregon Visitor Guide business/nonprofit co-op.

Travel Oregon Visitor's Guide: City Partner Co-Op - New this year, city tourism organizations have the option to purchase expanded ad space in the 2022 Travel Oregon Visitor's Guide at a discounted co-op rate. Ads will be placed in the appropriate region of the guide: Mt. Hood & Columbia River Gorge, Willamette Valley or Portland Region. See full details here.

Co-Op Cost:
1/3 page ad: $1,691 (valued at $4,100)
1/2 page ad: $2,507 (valued at $6,075)
2/3 page ad: $3,591 (valued at $8,705)

Details: Now closed for 21/22. Open to city tourism organizations only. If you are interested in participating, please contact Ithaca Janzen at


Facebook Event Ads - Promote your event through Facebook ads. Run the ads yourself and Mt. Hood Territory's co-op program will provide a 50% rebate.

Co-Op Cost: 50% rebate on ad spends between $100-$500
Details: NOW OPEN. Open July 2021 - June 2022. Event ads only. Ads must be approved by Mt. Hood Territory team prior to running, and reporting is required to receive rebate. Partners will have 6 months to complete their ad spend and submit reporting. Click here for more details about this co-op.

Interested but not sure how to run a Facebook event ad? - Training Materials: Increase responses or ticket sales and give your event an attendance boost. (Updated 7-12-18)

Event Ads Overview | Event Ads Step-by-Step Instructions | View Webinar Video Recording

Google Ads - Google is one of the strongest tools for visitors to find your business. Amplify your reach with Google Ads. 

Co-Op Cost: $300
Details: Timing TBD. This opportunity will include training for partners new to Google ads. 

CCTCA reserves the right to administer the cooperative advertising program under the following guidelines:

  • Sign up, material submission and payment must be completed to secure a space.
  • Completing this form will secure your commitment and participation in the publication, so please have your materials ready to submit all at once.
  • Many co-op opportunities are first-come, first-serve for all partners.
  • In some cases, "criteria preference" priority will be given in projects related to theme-based publications.  Staff will maintain a waiting list of interested partners to fill any vacancies, cancellations and changes.
  • CCTCA reserves the right to update or make changes to the cooperative advertising program, including opportunities, costs, deadlines or payment format, at any time.

Additional co-op advertising may be added and adjusted as needed throughout the year. If you have suggestions for co-op advertising placements, please contact Ithaca Janzen.

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