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Reflections on two decades in business

We are in the middle of a major celebration here at Inprint. It began a couple of weeks ago and will continue into early 2012. The reason: we're turning 20 years old. Remember how good you felt at 20? Yeah, we feel the same way. I'm told by experienced...

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The Inprint Economic Stimulus Act of 2011

In this blog a few days ago, we described the economic impact of a modest getaway for a family of four. The example shows how a thriving travel industry can offer a big boost to the nation's sputtering economy and the boost can be immediate. It can create jobs in...

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A Real Jobs Proposal – part 1

When people travel for leisure or business they not only support jobs by spending money on local products and services, they also deposit tax dollars into local communities that desperately need revenue. Without getting bogged down with precise dollar amounts,...

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Branding planet Earth

Does developing a tourism brand for the entire planet sound crazy? Is that regional branding run amok? I know our team could do it and I'm certainly ready to begin a thorough fact-finding tour immediately. The idea may seem silly at first, but it actually brings...

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McAfee Knob doesn’t disappoint

I hit the trail early on Saturday morning to hike to McAfee Knob. In the 23 years I've lived in Roanoke, I've hiked this trail at least 15 times. Why? Because McAfee Knob is a spot that never disappoints. It's a popular spot – reportedly the most...

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Event Promotion on Facebook

I had high expectations for social media to spread the word about a unique event. And Facebook did not let me down. It provides an interesting lesson in how Facebook can be used for event promotion Each year, the graduating class of Southeast Tourism Society Marketing...

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