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Stop by our Tourism Office & Visitor Center for information on St. George, Zion National Park, and other attractions. It’s the perfect first stop for visitors to the area to discover something new, ask questions and pick up materials.

Open Monday – Friday from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

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St. George Chamber Of Commerce: Welcoming The World: Ironman Preview Luncheon

April 2022

IRONMAN events have generated nearly $120 million in economic impact to our region over the past 10 years. The World Championship will bring another $25 million in just one week. Leaders are saying this may be the biggest event to happen in the state since the 2002 Winter Olympics.
Read an engaging presentation to learn what it all means to you and your business. Get the latest updates, insights and business tips for how to join in the opportunities and be part of the success.

Greater Zion Marketing Series: Get These Million Visitors to Your Biz

March 2022

Presented by LOVE Communications – In preparation for hosting two IRONMAN World Championships in 2022, is your business prepared to reach athletes when they show up? Learn grassroots, organic and paid media strategies that will reach athletes and visitors and bring them into your business. Read how to maximize your Google and Tripadvisor listings, how to target athletes through organic and paid social media efforts, and learn what opportunities exist with the local media, and the Greater Zion Convention & Tourism Office.

Greater Zion 2021 Tourism Report

February 2022

Washington County Board of Realtors Presentation

November 2021

Kevin Lewis, Director of the Greater Zion Convention & Tourism Office, presented on Thursday, November 18 to the Washington County Board of Realtors, providing stats and facts about visitation to the area and how iconic events like IRONMAN are putting “all eyes on us” here in Greater Zion.

The Visitor Economy

September 2021

Even with some international borders remaining closed, our state and national parks are full. If you happened to visit Zion National Park this summer, you probably waited in line for a shuttle or to summit Angels Landing. Events like IRONMAN, the Marathon, and Hunstman World Senior Games bring athletes and their families who stick around to experience the beauty of our area. Has Covid caused an explosion of tourism? Who is visiting our area? Where are our tourists visiting from? How are they spending their money? What is to be expected when borders continue to open? Kevin Lewis, Director of the Greater Zion Convention & Tourism Office, answers these questions and more during a presentation for the St. George Area Chamber of Commerce.

Greater Zion Tourism Report

August 19, 2021

TRT & Tourism Economics

June 22, 2021

Director Kevin Lewis presented this slide deck as an introduction to tourism economics and transit room tax in a luncheon hosted by the St. George Area Chamber of CommerceUtah Tourism Industry Association and the St. George Lodging and Tourism Association. Beyond basics, included is a snapshot of tourism performance across Washington County through Q1 of 2021.

Greater Zion Marketing Series: Reputation Management

May 26, 2021

Todd Skelton, Head of Destination Marketing Sales at Tripadvisor, provides his insight on how to influence travelers on Tripadvisor. This presentation provides an overview on best practices, reputation management, and how Tripadvisor is used with domestic and international travelers, and how Greater Zion’s presence on Tripadvisor benefits your business. This presentation provides you with easy, actionable takeaways that you can implement immediately.

Greater Zion Marketing Series: Working with Media & Influencers in 2021

April 7, 2021

Kristin Yantis from Malen Yantis Public Relations and Anna Loughridge, public relations manager for the Utah Office of Tourism (UOT) provide an informative conversation about working with media and influencers in 2021.

Slides: St. George Area Economic Development Summit

January 14, 2021

Breakout Session: EXPOSED! – How COVID unmasked the value of tourism to the economy in Greater Zion.

Greater Zion Tourism Report

November 12, 2020

The Greater Zion Convention and Tourism Office is a transient-room-tax-funded entity of Washington County, Utah.

And as we promote this lovely area, we promote and encourage our partners in their work in tourism. To do that, we’ve established this page as a go-to for industry-related news, updates and opportunities. We seek to keep you informed of tourism news and reports and also to keep you connected, educated and united in showcasing all Greater Zion has to offer.

Use the menu to navigate through the offerings. The page is a work in progress and will grow to offer more in the coming months. Thank you for being a part of Greater Zion.

Brand Manifesto Video

Introducing Greater Zion — an extraordinary place, a collection of communities, filled with optimism and purpose … on their own, they are good, but together they are greater.

Get Involved

The downloadable one-pager outlines ways you can play a part in Greater Zion. You can benefit from Greater Zion marketing efforts by including the brand as part of your communication.
One-Pager: How to Get Involved in Greater Zion

For Lodging Partners

If you aren’t already listed on our website, contact Jamie Allen for instructions on how to be included in the centralized booking system, powered by RootRez. This commission-free tool, encourages direct reservations with you, at no cost to you.

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For further industry information on Greater Zion, please contact Marketing Manager Sara Otto.

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