DESTINATION MARKETING ORGANIZATIONS
Destination Marketing Organizations have one thing in mind – turning their destination into an something that can’t be missed. Not only are you trying to appeal to travelers who are more independent than ever in their research of a destination, but you’re working to attract outside investors, both capital and human resources.
Consumers who begin the destination decision process with a clean slate are much more receptive to external influences and marketing.1 67% percent of travelers are more likely to book with a travel brand that provides relevant information for the destinations they're interested in.2
That effort though, is only as good as the strategy you use to tell your story. That’s where we come in. You create the experience. We make it a destination travelers know about, visit and share.
“From day one, when we met Jacque and the Advance Travel team we knew that this partnership was a match made in heaven. The team at Advance has met and exceeded our expectations from a product and customer service standpoint. We have always felt that they had our best interest in mind when crafting our campaigns. The return on our investment has been monumental and we are a proud supporter of Advance Travel & Tourism.”
–Amy Heath, Director of Tourism, Visit North Charleston
Advance Travel & Tourism (ATnT) is a destination marketing team dedicated to helping destinations find travelers on a local regional, national or international; we reach travelers everywhere. ATnT is part of Advance Local, one of the leading media and marketing companies in the United States. Our data sources and reach can help connect you with 645 million engaged travelers worldwide.
Make Us Your Destination’s Marketing Partner
We’re a team passionate about destination marketing, data, storytelling and all things digital. Advance Travel & Tourism works with travel partners across the US: from Portland, Oregon to Portland, Maine – giving us key insights and learnings that apply to the programs, products and content we produce for destinations, just like you. We’re committed to the travel industry – as members of VRMA, STS, and consistent supporters, presenters and attendees for state tourism conferences – we’re deeply rooted in the industry we serve.
Our client roster keeps growing. Here are a few we’ve recently helped:
Visit Franklin, Tennessee
Franklin and the unique communities of Williamson County are located approximately 17 miles south of downtown Nashville in the heart of Middle Tennessee, a scenic and cultural treasure of beautiful rolling countryside woven intricately with quaint small towns, metropolitan landscapes and a rich heritage of traditions.
Upon partnering with Advance Travel & Tourism, Visit Franklin...Read More
Advance Travel and Tourism partnered with long time client Visit Vicksburg to assist in the transition to their new responsive website.
- Transition website without sacrificing search engine rankings and placement
- Keep existing search engine dominance for relevant keywords
- Increase site traffic from qualified travel audience
- Educate previous and new...Read More
Learn how we helped destinations just like you.
The ability to teleport from the Egyptian Pyramids, to an underwater scuba adventure in the Red Sea, to an aerial helicopter adventure over the Manhattan skyline may seem like the plot of a science fiction film, however this is exactly what travel and tourism pioneer Thomas Cook’s “Try Before You Fly” campaign is allowing customers … Read More
Advance Travel & Tourism is excited to welcome the newest member to the team, Adam Zappia. With 7 years of tourism marketing experience, Adam knows that travel is what connects the world and helps us grow. Prior to joining Advance Travel & Tourism, Adam was a Senior Travel Account Executive at Cox Media Group where … Read More
Considering that more than 80% of Americans now use some form of social media (up from 24% in 2008), it’s no wonder that businesses are focusing more and more of their marketing efforts on social channels. But embracing social media doesn’t mean abandoning advertising and other traditional marketing. In fact, using a mix of the … Read More