Maybe it’s because we live and operate in New Orleans – one of the nation’s top vacation spots – that travel & tourism marketing seems to come naturally to us. Hundreds of tourists pass by our doors every day. And we love knowing that we’ve played a part in bringing them here. It’s the same feeling we get from creating record-breaking visitation for our growing list of attraction and tourism clients.
Culture is key. That’s true for all of our clients – but especially for those in the tourism industry. From driving 21 months of continuous growth for Florida’s Emerald Coast to helping Asheville, North Carolina reach its highest RevPAR and ADR in 15 years, the results we get come from knowing exactly how to leverage the culture that surrounds each destination.
Results we’re proud of:
- In 2015 alone, Peter Mayer was awarded 10 HSMAI Adrian Awards.
- We reversed a shrinking trend for Kennedy Space Center by producing a 17.7% increase in visitation.
- In less than two years, we helped Asheville reach its highest RevPAR and ADR since 2000 – with an 18% year-over-year increase in hotel sales.
- We drove 21 months of continuous growth for Florida’s Emerald Coast, producing record-breaking visitation and a 13% increase in bed tax revenue.
- Our work for The National WWII Museum has doubled visitation since 2012, beating revenue and visitation goals by double digits and making the museum the #1 tourist attraction in New Orleans, as well as TripAdvisor’s #3 museum in the nation.
- We built the New Orleans travel brand over 12 years.
- We proudly represented the state of Louisiana for 18 years.
What’s our secret?
- The secret to our marketing success isn’t a secret at all.
- We use 360-degree marketing tactics to surround potential visitors during their decision-making process. That means paying attention to everything from the awareness stage and user reviews to return visitation and more.
- We use cultural insights to craft messaging that speaks to potential visitors in ways that are most relevant to them.
There’s a lot more than sand on Florida's Emerald Coast. There's dolphin cruises, open air shopping, local seafood and so much more.