Charleston Tourism Forum, recorded October 18, 2022
Historic Charleston Foundation was proud to host a community tourism forum, along with the City of Charleston, SC Government and Explore Charleston, on Tuesday, October 18th at 6pm in the Camden Room at the Visitor’s Center. The forum provided a “state of the union” on tourism with updates from Dan Riccio, Director of Livability and Tourism at the City of Charleston and Doug Warner, Vice President of Media and Innovation Development at Explore Charleston and Ali Moriarity, Assistant Director of The Riley Center for Livable Communities at the College of Charleston.
This community forum was a resource for Charleston residents to receive information directly from the sources and to have an opportunity to ask questions of community leaders. The goal of the Tourism Forum was to reconnect the community to tourism in a post-Covid environment of heavy visitation.
Do you have questions or would like additional information about tourism in Charleston and the work of Historic Charleston Foundation? Email us at [email protected]
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