Our inboxes are overrun with information about how to manage the pandemic -- and while we all want guidance in this uncertain world, finding the time to read it all is a challenge. Hamilton County Tourism will continue to curate helpful links to support you in recovery planning.
Thank you for all you’re doing to move us forward on the Road to Recovery.
Restaurants looking for guidance should check out this 10-page detailed re-opening foodservice guide available from the National Restaurant Association by registering on its website.
Attractions hope to open their doors again soon but struggle with how to adapt to a new order. The International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions has an education portal on specific topics that’s free to non-members until June 15.
Hotels get guidance from their corporate flag partners but we were especially impressed by this Hilton CleanStay with Lysol Protection program. Not only is it a good marketing strategy to create a sense of comfort, but it also has some good ideas.
Non-Profits & Small Businesses
Non-Profits and small businesses that need help should check out this new Nonprofit and Small Business Rapid Response Hub with information and an email “hotline” from nonprofit resource experts in a partnership with Charitable Advisors and the Indy Chamber.
Hamilton County Tourism - Attractions & Events Summit
Thursday, May 14 | 1-2 p.m.
As everyone anxiously plans for a recovery that continues to evolve, it’s time to talk about the future. Join us for an hour-long conversation about what the attractions and events industry is doing to adapt. Open to anyone who manages, promotes or supports public events and attractions in Hamilton County.
The discussion will include:
- Tips on how to message for safety and comfort
- An update on changes at Hamilton County Tourism
- The latest in consumer sentiment studies
- Special guests will discuss what they’re doing to prepare