We will be discussing Advertising, Events, the Highway Billboard Sign and more. We encourage you to be a part of this session.
Friday, August 16, 2013
On Tuesday, August 20th at 8:30 am, the Sutter Creek Promotions Committee will be doing a planning session to discuss the budget for 2013/2014. You are invited to attend and offer your suggestions and opinions. We will be meeting at the Eureka Street Inn, located at 55 Eureka Street.
The Sutter Creek Promotions Committee meets the third Tuesday of every month at 8:30 am usually in the Back Roads Coffee Shop, this month will be at the Eureka Street Inn. You are invited to attend all meetings.
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Monday, August 5, 2013
Event Aimed at Building a Network of Stakeholders to Create a Prosperous Economy for Amador County
On Friday, September 13th, local corporations, education and nonprofit organizations will come together, at Thomi’s Banquet Room, 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM, to raise awareness of the critical role the business community plays in partnering with schools and other stakeholders to support the learning needs of students and develop Amador’s future workforce.
This event is sponsored by the Amador Community College Foundation and will feature US Congressman, Tom McClintock speaking on “Education as the Driver for Economic Vitality” and Supervisor John Plasse presenting, “Local Solutions for Higher Education.” A question and answer session will follow. $10.00 donation at the door includes buffet lunch.
“Because companies provide careers that are the basis for prosperity, they are the ones who can still persuasively say to students, if you work hard in school, careers and success will follow,”‖ said Supervisor Plasse, who serves as Board Chair of the Amador Community College Foundation. “Our intention for the business/education summit is to further the conversation about what companies can do to help young people succeed educationally and economically.”
ACCF invites leaders in business, education and community organizations together at the Business/Education Summit to solicit input on Amador’s needs for workforce training and to begin to forge businesses /education networks that lead to increasing the chances for students to complete high school and successfully transition into postsecondary education and career pathways.
Email Karen Dickerson firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve lunch.
Thursday, August 1, 2013
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Amador Council of Tourism’s Board Meeting is next Thursday, 9 am, at Jackson Rancheria’s Hotel. Agenda and minutes will be emailed early next week. I apologize for the delay in getting you the information.
Please arrive early for breakfast treats and coffee, so that we can start our meeting promptly at 9 am.
So much has happened since we last met at Renwood Winery in June.
· ACT published its 5th edition of its travel planner, Amador Adventure.
· Our new website, touramador, is live and generating great results.
· At State Fair, Amador’s County Exhibit garnered a gold ribbon and a blue ribbon for Best Content. The exhibit gave a nod to our wonderful Amador County Fair and its 75th Birthday.
· Gold Country Visitors Association published its 3rd edition of its Gold Country map.
· Big shout out to ACT’s professional team: T-dogg Studios, Digital Wine Marketing, Richard Bay , and our fabulous Larry Angier. And furiously fast fist pumps for the volunteers that kept all parts moving forward.
If you need planners, we have them here at the center. I will bring some boxes to the meeting next week as well.
As you review the website, be sure to forward your compliments J and corrections to us. Pictures are critical.
Thanks for your support,
Amador Council of Tourism
115 Valley View Way
PO Box 40
Sutter Creek, CA 95685