May Was A Record Breaking Month

Wednesday, June 15, 2011 9:38 AM by Shauna Lunde-Stewart

trcvb set new records for leads sent + new members
May was a record breaking month for two TRCVB departments! I am so proud of the sales team and of our business development manager for setting new records for leads sent and new members, respectively.

The sales team was extremely busy in May and sent out 21 leads to members. These leads were the result of proactive sales calls, tradeshow attendance and an increased interest in Pierce County as a meetings destination. We strongly encourage submitting proposals for these events so we can bring in new business, show planners everything Pierce County has to offer and get these events to come back.

If you are interested in learning more about our sales leads process or submitting effective proposals, the sales team would be happy to schedule one-on-one consultations. Please contact Paul Sprinkmann at paul@traveltacoma.com or Kelsey Liddle at kelsey@traveltacoma.com if you are interested in a consultation.

Andrea Mensink, our business development manager welcomed 12 new members to the TRCVB. These new members represent restaurants, services and businesses that help make Pierce County a desirable destination for visitors. We are excited to continually promote our new and existing members to meeting planners, tour operators and leisure travelers.

We look forward to this continued momentum and to bringing more business opportunities to even more members.

Author: Shauna Lunde-Stewart

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