Mon, April 22, 2024

Local CVB leader to discuss tourism and destination marketing

Columbia County tourism has a major economic impact not only on the CSRA, but also on the state of Georgia, according to Shelly Blackburn.

Blackburn, Executive Director of the Columbia County Convention and Visitors Bureau, will serve as a guest speaker at the next CSRA Home Connections Networking Breakfast on Wednesday, April 13 at 8:30 a.m. at the Snelling Conference Center, next to Edgar’s Grille at the corner of Washington and Furys Ferry roads.

“Columbia County is growing and prospering, and Visit Columbia County plays a key role in that development by spearheading the effort of destination marketing,” she said. “Through successful destination marketing strategies, we help generate visitor spending, which supports many local businesses and jobs.”

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CSRA Home Connections, a division of Century 21 Larry Miller Realty, is a networking program for home services providers throughout the Augusta area. The program maintains a directory of those providers.

“We are indeed pleased to welcome Shelly’s positive message and her passion for her native Columbia County as she addresses our Premier Providers, agents, and staff,” said Larry Miller, CSRA Home Connections CEO and owner/broker of Century 21 Larry Miller Realty.

For more information, visit csrahomeconnections.com or call 706-860-0000.

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