Organizations deserve thanks
We have learned so much in these past few months about our community.
With early trauma in March and a full shutdown in April, I was proud that our business community rallied together and supported one another.
What has followed is interesting and uplifting. Specifically, when most were called back into this hyper difficult environment to re-open and operate their business the leaders of our established tourism infrastructure continued their efforts to move Eureka Springs interests to the forefront.
This was most evident on this week’s Community Zoom call and deserves recognition.Therefore, please join me in sending appreciation to and for:
CAPC staff: Calendar Development, Social Media, Marketing & Promotion;
Chamber: Visitor Services & Guest Communication;
Main Street: Business Resources, Communication and Leadership for the Core District
Attractions: Re-opening Things To Do
These organizations have worked tirelessly over the past 100 days to keep Eureka Springs at the forefront of tourism. People don’t just come to the destination and taxes don’t just get deposited in city coffers to fund police, fire and parks. It takes creative energy, collaborations of partners, persistence to seek responsible implementations, research and communication and long hours coupled that come with both support and challenge.
Thank you to the professionals who support the tourism industry. As we carefully and responsibly move into the fall, your efforts are being rewarded and our city deserves your praise.
— Jack V Moyer
Executive Vice President
1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa
1905 Basin Park Hotel