The Division brought its Tourism Resource Assistance Center program to Fayetteville at the Cumberland County Public Library on May 16 from 2:00pm to 4:30pm. Independent artisans, dining, lodging, retail entrepreneurs, and outdoor, event and attractions owners and managers from the Sandhills area were encouraged to drop by.
The Fayetteville TRAC session had staff from the Department of Commerce and the Division of Tourism available to meet one-on-one with local and regional tourism businesses to help tourism-related businesses engage more fully with programs offered by the North Carolina Department of Commerce and its partners. These businesses included independent dining, lodging, retail entrepreneurs, and outdoor, event and attractions owners and managers. Businesses took advantage of the Division’s research, development and marketing services and discussed best practices in reaching travelers, the media and increasing tourism visitation and spending.
We would like a give a very special thanks to our partners in hosting TRAC in Fayetteville: The Fayetteville Area CVB and Scrub Oaks Restaurant.