NashvilleFor the latest information on Tennessee visit:
Destinations and attractions affected by the Tennessee flooding are invited to submit update news releases to email@example.com. Group Tour Magazine will do its best to get them posted on its website and connect them to its Twitter and Facebook feeds.
Stay in Touch
Southeast Tourism Society has compiled a list of links and messages to keep you up to date on the latest happenings on the Gulf Coast and Nashville. Please keep checking the STS consumer website Escape to the Southeast as well as the STS industry website Southeast Tourism for the latest updates.
Gulf Coast LinksFor the latest information on the Gulf Coast visit:
Destinations and attractions affected by the Gulf Coast oil spill situation are invited to submit update news releases to firstname.lastname@example.org. Group Tour Magazine will do its best to get them posted on its website and connect them to its Twitter and Facebook feeds.
Oil Leak Cleanup Resource Guide
The New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau has prepared a resource guide for members of the hospitality industry to address>> visitor, customer and media questions about the oil leak cleanup effort in the Gulf of Mexico. It includes talking points about the tourism industry, links to breaking news, official websites (such as the Coast Guard) and important phone numbers for media reference. The message for visitors to New Orleans remains, "Business As Usual." Download cleanup resource guide.
Louisiana Volunteer Program
While we do not know when or where volunteers will be needed to help with the wildlife and habitat cleanup chores, we do know that volunteers should be at the ready. Louisiana Gulf Response is building a database of volunteers prepared to help with this response.
Volunteers can fill a variety of needs — wildlife recovery, monitoring and photographing oil movement, providing boats and drivers and more. No specific training or experience is necessary, although you must be at least 18 years old to volunteer.
View the projected path of the oil spill on these maps.>> Maps
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