The Seaside experience

Travel Oregon’s 2019-2020 Competitive Small Grants program awarded the Seaside Visitors Bureau $14,590 in grant funding.

The Visitors Bureau will work with Travel Oregon, community partners, creative designers, and Oregon printers to produce a 32-page commemorative booklet celebrating the centennial of Seaside’s promenade in 2021.

The booklet — which will be free and distributed around Seaside — will include a passport program to drive overnight visitation. Travelers spending the night in Seaside in 2021 may stop by the Visitors Bureau with their booklet to receive a custom holographic sticker and be entered into a drawing for a prize package at year’s end.

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