Texas Forest Trail announces 2010 partners
The Texas Forest Trail is pleased to announce that 23 organizations from across the region have joined the Partnership Program for 2010.
The partner organizations include individual attractions, visitor bureaus, chambers of commerce, and organizations dedicated to increasing tourism in the Forest Trail Region.
“We are delighted to have wide-spread support from such a diverse group of partners,” said Brian Bray, President of the Texas Forest Trail Board of Directors and City of Nacogdoches Historic Sites Manager. He added, “By becoming a member of the Texas Forest Trail Partner Program, organizations receive specific benefits while paying only a fraction of the costs for numerous marketing opportunities, hospitality training, and networking and educational opportunities.”
The following organizations are recognized as 2010 Partner Members: Atlanta City Development Corporation; Ben J. Rogers Regional Visitors Center; Beaumont Convention & Visitors Bureau; Big Thicket National Preserve; City of Conroe Convention & Visitors Bureau; City of Henderson Tourism; City of Huntsville Convention & Visitors Bureau; City of Jasper; City of Mount Vernon; City of Nacogdoches; City of New Boston Parks & Tourism; City of Shenandoah Convention & Visitors Bureau; Crockett Area Chamber of Commerce; The History Center at Diboll; Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce; Kilgore Chamber of Commerce; Mt. Pleasant-Titus County Chamber of Commerce; Nacogdoches Convention & Visitors Bureau; Port Arthur Convention & Visitors Bureau; Sabine County Chamber of Commerce; San Augustine County Chamber of Commerce; Texas Parks and Wildlife Region 8 State Parks; and Texas State Railroad.
Additional information can also be found at www.texasforesttrail.com.