New Web Features

Monday, December 12, 2011 10:27 AM by Andrea Mensink

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We?ve made some changes to to make accessing information easier and more convenient for you.

As a member, you can now log in to to manage your membership! Logging-in to your account allows you to:

  • View and edit your business address
  • View and edit your web listing 
  • View the confidential conference calendar
  • View and pay member renewals
  • View and add coupons to your business
  • Submit an event for our online events calendar

Logging-in is easy:
  1. Go to and click on ?sign in? in the upper right-hand corner.
  2. Enter your email address as your username. Your password is: tourism. Then click 'sign in.' The pop-up screen will disappear in about five seconds. You will then see your account in the upper right-hand corner of the homepage (i.e. ?Andrea's Account?). Click on your name.
  3. Congratulations! You are logged-in to the members-only section of Click on your business name in the left-hand side toolbar. Your member dashboard will appear, allowing you an at-a-glance overview of your membership status. You can edit your account, view your listing, etc. by clicking on the options included in the left-hand side toolbar. 

We have enabled one person per business to log in to If you have additional team members that should have access permission, please email and include their name and email address. 

We have also launched a mobile version of the website that will enable users of any mobile device to access content from The mobile version enables users to search and find local attractions, dining options, recreation, lodging, services and more. It also uses the location-based services built into most smart phones so users can see what's nearby. Visitors to the mobile website can also use its search feature to quickly find specific places and information.

To try it for yourself, visit from any mobile device!
Author: Andrea Mensink


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