Who can be a TCA business partner?
Any business entity, service or product that may attract visitors or serve their various needs can be a tourism partner. These partners include local Chamber of Commerce groups, commercial lodging facilities, attractions, museums, restaurants, unique shopping, services like fishing guides and tour companies, and special events and festivals.
How much does it cost to be involved with TCA?
We are not a membership organization – there are no fees for our services. We are a county government offering free services, although you may choose to engage in pay-to-play cooperative marketing such as advertising in publications, which are funded jointly by TCA and our partners.
What do I get for being a TCA partner?
TCA markets the county under the umbrella “Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory” to potential visitors. Our county is rich in scenery, outdoor recreation, heritage/culture, and agritourism and we highlight these offerings via a variety of resources aimed at our target markets. Part of our strategy includes extensive website listings and publishing brochures and travel guides that include complimentary listings about businesses such as yours. We also provide scholarship opportunities for extended learning experiences, as well as matching funds for product development, marketing and festivals that will entice more visitors to the county.
How do I get registered as a TCA partner?
One easy step – complete the online listing form to provide your contact information and description of your business services. This information will be used to populate our business database and include your listing on our website, www.MtHoodTerritory.com. Please submit up to 4 images in landscape format for inclusion with your business listing.
For more information on partnership opportunities, please contact Jim Austin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-742-5901. For questions about your business listings and to submit photos, please contact Daniel Gering at 503-723-4985.