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  • Nebraska Tourism Industry

    To all members of the Nebraska Tourism Industry, Reminder notices have been sent to all Nebraska lodging facilities and attractions to update information about their properties in the upcoming 2011 Nebraska Travel Guide. Please take a few minutes to look...
  • New Byways Passport Program encourages travelers to explore Nebraska and win prizes

      Nebraska travelers who get off the beaten path this summer will have a chance to take home more than memories after their summer vacation. The Nebraska's Byways Passport Program, created by the Department of Economic Development's Travel and Tourism D...
  • Gov. Heineman Declares May 8-16 as "See Nebraska Week"

      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 6, 2010, 10:00 a.m. CT   (Lincoln, Neb.) Gov. Dave Heineman today kicked-off “See Nebraska Week,” which runs from May 8 to 16 and encourages Nebraskans and other travelers to learn more about vacation options in Nebra...
  • Voters choose winner in the Nebraska Tourism Byways Geopicting Contest

    LINCOLN, NEB. (Jan. 22, 2009) —An image that captures the beauty of a Nebraska sunset won the grand prize in Nebraska Tourism’s Byways Geopicting Contest.   La Vista, Nebraska resident Bruce Hoye took the image when he and his wife were taking in t...
  • Start Planning your 2010 Vacation Now!

    LINCOLN, NEB. (January 13, 2010)—The Nebraska Department of Economic Development’s Travel & Tourism Division is kicking off a new decade with the hot-off-the-presses 2010 Nebraska Travel Guide and a face lift for www.VisitNebraska.gov. “With th...
  • Vote for the Grand Prize winner in the Nebraska Tourism Byways Geopicting Contest

    Voting has commenced for the four finalists in the Nebraska Department of Economic Development’s Travel and Tourism Division yearlong byways geopicting contest.  The winning geopics were selected through online balloting on the Tourism Division’s Web...
  • Winners Announced in Nebraska Tourism Byways Geopicting Contest

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE LINCOLN, NEB. (Dec. 22, 2009) — The Nebraska Department of Economic Development’s Travel and Tourism Division has announced the final two quarterly winners in its yearlong byways geopicting contest.  The winning geopics were se...
  • Speaking of Tourism

    Inspiring speakers at Nebraska’s Travel and Tourism Conference, Oct 20-22LINCOLN, NEB. (Sept. 24, 2009)—Listening to speakers is a huge part of any professional development conference, and the 2009 Nebraska Travel and Tourism conference, hosted by the...
  • Getting into the World of Social Media

    Go online at Nebraska’s Travel and Tourism Conference, Oct 20-22LINCOLN, NEB. (Sept. 29, 2009)—Social Media is more than just a buzzword; it’s an accepted – and highly used – business practice. Learn what works and what doesn’t from some local...
  • Travel Conference Top 10

    Key reasons to attend Nebraska’s Travel and Tourism Conference, Oct 20-22 LINCOLN, NEB. (Sept. 23, 2009)— Though there are hundreds of reasons to consider attending the 2009 Nebraska Travel and Tourism Conference in Norfolk, here’s a list of the Top...
  • 2009 Nebraska Travel & Tourism Conference in Norfolk

    LINCOLN, NEB. (Aug. 20, 2009)—Now in its 34th year, the Nebraska Department of Economic Development’s Travel and Tourism Division invites the state’s travel industry to attend its annual Travel and Tourism Conference. This year’s event is slated t...
  • Check out the New Online Edition of the 2009 Nebraska Travel Guide

    LINCOLN, NEB.  (July 15, 2009)—As more and more travelers look to maximize the value of their vacations and an increasing number of hotels, attractions and tourist destinations offer high-speed wireless Internet connections, the Web has become a primar...
  • Winners Announced in Nebraska Tourism Byways Geopicting Contest

    LINCOLN, NEB. (July 14, 2009) — The Nebraska Department of Economic Development’s Travel and Tourism Division has announced the first two quarterly winners in its yearlong byways geopicting contest.  The winning geopics were selected through online b...
  • Check Out the New Online Edition of 2009 Nebraska Travel Guide

    LINCOLN, NEB. (July 15, 2009)—As more and more travelers look to maximize the value of their vacations and an increasing number of hotels, attractions and tourist destinations offer high-speed wireless Internet connections, the Web has become a primary ...
  • Gov. Heineman Announces Recipients of Tourism Marketing Grants

    Gov. Heineman Announces Recipients of Tourism Marketing Grants(Lincoln, Neb.) Gov. Dave Heineman today announced $125,000 in tourism marketing grants being awarded to 25 entities across the state. The 2009-10 grants will help promote a variety of attracti...
  • New Nebraska Tourism Advisory Committee members announced

    LINCOLN, NEB. (May 19, 2009)—The Nebraska Department of Economic Development’s Division of Travel and Tourism would like to announce the addition of two new members, Jeff Boeke and Tenise Jarecke, to its Nebraska Tourism Advisory Committee. ...
  • Nebraska on the cheap

    LINCOLN, NEB. (May 14, 2008)—Just because you’re pinching pennies this summer doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice a vacation. Thinking local–and affordable–is what we’re all doing, and here in Nebraska, it’s what we’ve always done. Our list...
  • Tell Great Stories

    LINCOLN, NEB. (May 7, 2009)—Families traveling in Nebraska this summer will have a reason to take good notes during their journeys.  The Nebraska Department of Economic Development’s Travel and Tourism Division is launching its My Nebraska Vacation c...
  • Nebraska Tourism Launches Byways Geopicting Contest

    LINCOLN, NEB. (March 11, 2009)—If you’ve traversed the back roads of Nebraska and snapped some photos along the way, or if you’re planning a trip this summer and want to put your camera to good use, Nebraska Tourism has the contest for you. ...
  • Omaha playing host to Heartland Byway Conference

    LINCOLN, NEB. (March 9, 2009)—Omaha will be the site of the 2009 Heartland Byway Conference, representing the scenic byways of ten states: Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Nebraska. The con...
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