Nevada Commission on Tourism reports 136 percent increase in international
media value in 2013 vs 2012

TY 2013 return on investment increases from $19:1 to $22:1

The Nevada Commission on Tourism has awarded more than $400,000 in grants to the state’s rural areas to support tourism efforts, Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki, NCOT chairman, announced today.

For the first time in Las Vegas, the 2013 Governor’s Conference on Tourism includes a robust business-building opportunity for Nevada tourism entities.

Nevada Marketplace offers business-building trade show

FY 2013 return on investment increases from $19:1 to $22:1

Three of the six Nevada Treasures defended their titles through active social and viral marketing outreach.

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Free Admission to Nevada State Museums Set for July 6, 20

CARSON CITY, Nev. — Nearly $1 million in grants to boost tourism to rural Nevada was awarded by the Nevada Commission on Tourism (NCOT) this month, announced Nevada Department of  Tourism and Cultural Affairs Director Claudia Vecchio.

Among the funded projects: the Comstock ATV Jamboree, a first-time special event in Dayton; Operation Sierra Storm, a Tahoe-area event geared to meteorologists, who influence visitor travel; and the REMAX World Long Drive Championship in Mesquite.