2018 Traveler’s Guide to Feature New Design
VSCC will unveil a completely redesigned 2018 Official Visit Santa Cruz County Traveler's Guide. Debuting in January 2018, this new design will be a true reflection of the Santa Cruz lifestyle, featuring a slimmer, more user-friendly and portable size, timely and useful destination editorial and bold new photography: all combined to deliver an inspirational, one-of-a-kind publication which will deliver maximum exposure for your business. Want to learn more? Contact Gary Green!
Calling All VSCC Wine Partners!
September marks California Wine Month, and VSCC is gearing up for promotional and social media efforts around local wineries, and wine-related businesses. Are you offering a special, discount, or tour to commemorate this annual celebration of California’s 5,900 wine grape growers and 4,700 wineries – many of them family-owned? Let us know about it!
DogTrekker Barketing Efforts
VSCC continues its promotional efforts with DogTrekker. Click here for the latest story, featured on Dogtrekker’s website!
On the Road with Mount Hermon Adventures
When Karma Automotive, a U.S. automaker based in Costa Mesa wanted to promote the Revero, their luxury electric hybrid sedan, the company enlisted the help of Mount Hermon Adventures. Take a look at this beautifully-produced video!
Did You Know…
that according to a recent study, vacation usage rose to an average of 16.8 days in the U.S.? This indicates that despite the 662 million vacation days were left unused in 2016, the United States’ no-vacation issue softened slightly softened last year: The average American took 16.8 vacation days in 2016 compared to 16 days in 2014, a 5 percent increase. California ranked 13th in the nation in terms of unused time away, while Maine holds the top spot when it comes to vacation usage (followed closely by Hawaii at #2) with just 38 percent of its workers leaving time on the table.