How to Develop Successful Travel Itineraries: The Route 3 Retrotour Case Study | October 17th

September 27th, 2012 by CfRP

 How to Develop Successful Travel Itineraries

The Route 3 Retrotour Case Study

Wednesday, October 17th, 9am-12pm

Savage Welcome Center, Plymouth State University


Travel Poster 



  • Ben Amsden, Center for Rural Partnerships, PSU
  • Tai Freiling, NH Division of Travel and Tourism Development
  • Lori Harnois, NH Division of Travel and Tourism Development
  • Mark Okrant, Institute for New Hampshire Studies, PSU
  • Alice Pearce, Ski New Hampshire, Inc.
  • Maggie Stier, New Hampshire Preservation Alliance
  • Judi Window, Granite State Ambassadors



9:00-9:15       Coffee and introductions

9:15-9:20       Opening remarks—The NHDTTD Tourism Toolkit Series Okrant

9:20-9:30       Goals for tourism regions, communities, chambers, and properties Okrant

9:30-9:50       The importance of partnerships and building collaboration Amsden & Pearce

9:50-10:15     Travel itineraries—Why? and How? Freligh

10:15-10:30   Break and informal discussions

10:30-10:45   The Retrotour as a travel itinerary Okrant

10:45-11:05   Funding Sources Harnois &  Stier

11:05-11:20   Social Media Window

11:20-closing  Itinerary Development: Retrotours for New Hampshire attendees








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