The Willamette Valley Visitors Association is working hard to assist our partners as they navigate the COVID-19 outbreak.
To help our partners and stakeholders, we’ve compiled a few resources to help you through these trying times:
News and Updates on COVID-19 in the Willamette Valley: Our “news and updates” page includes local, state, and federal guidance on gatherings; provides an overview of the disease (and how it spreads); and offers tips and advice for keeping staff and visitors safe.
Willamette Valley Visitors Association Industry and Stakeholder Resources: We’ve put together a list of resources to assist our partners as they navigate the COVID-19 outbreak. The page includes “open for business” reporting, information and resources for employers and workers, industry-specific links, closure information, and more.
be kind & unwind
The “Be Kind” movement is in full swing. We recognize the challenges you and your staff face every day and thank you for all of your hard work, determination and commitment to continue serving visitors to the Valley. We’ve developed assets and sample copy you can use to promote kindness through your social media channels. You can also download assets created by Travel Oregon.
Willamette Valley Visitors Association – Overview and Industry Resources
Every year, visitors from around the world arrive in the Willamette Valley to sip award-winning wines, sample fresh fare, and enjoy our outdoor experiences—to the tune of nearly 6.8 million overnight trips annually.
So we at the Willamette Valley Visitors Association (WVVA) have created this Industry Resources section to help boost that tourism economy and better support small businesses by sharing grant opportunities, budgets and funding resources, and more.
Learn more using the menu below, and subscribe to our industry e-newsletter for the latest updates.
Now that you’ve seen the new brand identity, download the new assets and the brand standards guide to use our reimagined logo in your marketing efforts.
The Willamette Valley Visitors Association is committed to equity, which invites, supports, and sustains a diverse workforce and stakeholder base—a community that mirrors and honors the diversity that prospers within the Willamette Valley region.