Blogs: Red Rock News

Let’s talk about Chamber funds

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS July 13, 2018   With Council approval of a $2.17 million Tourism Bureau budget, people are asking how Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau funding works.  I’m happy to explain! Here are the...
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We Want Your Input on Traffic

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS July 6, 2018   During a fantastic Fourth of July holiday, many people told me how excited they are that Sedona is defining a new direction in tourism’s future.  I agree we are...
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June marks progress for Chamber

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS June 29, 2018   Whew! As we get ready to celebrate a fantastic Sedona Fourth of July, we can look back at a month of big wins for Sedona as we work together...
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Chamber attempts to tackle traffic dilemma

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS June 22, 2018 Sedona appears to be enthusiastic about recently-proposed new ideas for managing tourism, and that’s a win for all of us concerned about traffic, environmental preservation, the future of our economy...
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Chamber Acts on Managing Sedona’s Tourism Industry

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS June 15, 2018 I was more excited than usual when I went before the City Council Tuesday evening to report on the activities of our Tourism Bureau. On that day, we began talking...
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Sedona Chamber sets sights on Sustainable Tourism Plan

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS June 8, 2018 The Sustainable Tourism movement is changing the travel industry around the world. People everywhere are stepping up to protect their communities while being mindful of the jobs and services a...
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Chamber has sights set on mitigating traffic

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS June 1, 2018 With Memorial Day a fresh memory and the 4th of July on the horizon, I’m reminded of those hectic summer nights at my first job in Sedona, busing tables at...
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Loving Sedona is the Chamber’s Top Priority

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS May 25, 2018 I feel fortunate to live and work in Sedona for the last nine years.  Growing up in Sedona in the 1970’s, attending Mingus Union High School and working for the...
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CEO Talks Traffic

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS April 27, 2018 Let’s talk about traffic. It is the hot topic on everyone’s mind. As an 18-year resident of Sedona, I get frustrated with traffic too. We live in a community that...
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