Now Available: FY20 Partner Opportunity Book
New this year, the Explore Georgia team has aggregated new and ongoing partner opportunities that can help complement and amplify your sales and marketing programs. Read More >
132 organizations receive more than $1 million in funding
ATLANTA, July 9, 2018 — The Georgia Department of Economic Development's Georgia Council for the Arts (GCA) today announced the recipients of its Partner, Project and Arts Education grants for fiscal year 2019. One hundred and thirty-two organizations throughout... Read More >
Get the inside scoop on media leads, press releases and other media outreach tools
Have you joined the official Georgia Tourism Public Relations Google Group? If not, then you are missing out on media leads, industry information assets/content from partners for media pitching, press releases and other media outreach tools. This group... Read More >
Who is the NextGen traveler? Young adults age 18-30 who travel frequently, are tech-savvy, and are heavy Internet and social media users. These travelers are the heavy travel consumers of the future. Behind the success of any shiny new product or application... Log in to read more >
Your one-stop shop for Georgia tourism industry information
Welcome to the new MarketGeorgia.org! Watch the short video introduction below from Kevin Langston, deputy commissioner for tourism, who describes the new one-stop shop for Georgia tourism industry information. Read More >
See the new Picture Georgia!
Download high-resolution images to showcase your region from this archive of photographs from around the state available for public use: http://images.gamarketing.org. Read More >
Here is the GDEcD Tourism Organizational Chart. Read More >
Here are some signage programs offered by other state agencies: Blue Highway Attraction/Fuel/Food Signs Managed by a GDOT vendor, click here to see if your business is eligible for the program. Agritourism Signage Program Qualified agritourism... Read More >
Research is key to determine the current, past and potential Georgia visitors; areas of interest; and the impact of the tourism industry on the state economy. For a deeper understanding of the economic impact generated by fairs and festivals within the state... Read More >
The tourism industry in Georgia is the 5th largest employer in the state! With a total economic impact of $66.3 billion, the tourism industry in Georgia supports 478,000 jobs. Taxes of $3.4 billion were generated by tourism in 2018.