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Visit Seattle Partnership

Make an Impact

Almost 39 million annual visitors come to Seattle and King County, staying an average five days per visit and spend $7 billion collectively. That’s a significant economic impact for our region. Visit Seattle maximizes that impact for the local economy by connecting Visit Seattle Partners with convention and meeting planners, meeting attendees, leisure travelers, tourists and visitors of all types.

How We Do It

Visit Seattle has 11 separate departments with teams spanning the nation and the globe, each working on different fronts to drive traffic to our Partners’ doors and the city as a whole.

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A Sampling of Visit Seattle Partnership Benefits:

  • Listing on visitseattle.org
  • Visitor Information Center referrals
  • Social media channels
  • Listing in Seattle’s Official Visitors’ Guide
  • Listing in Seattle’s Official Meeting Planners’ Guide
  • Listing in Seattle’s Official Travel Planners’ Guide
  • Tourism Development referrals
  • Partnership Directory listing on visitseattle.org
  • Partnership events & networking
  • Advertising opportunities

 

Our Visitor Information Center, located in the Washington State Convention Center, and our Market Information Center, located in Pike Place Market, are staffed with knowledgeable, friendly concierges who help visitors plan their adventures around the city and beyond. They are key distribution centers for information on our partners.

Meet our Partners

Visit Seattle Partners are an eclectic group with representatives from all across the hospitality and tourism spectrum. From hotels to restaurants, attractions to personal services, Visit Seattle partners all have one thing in common: Tourism Matters.

Click Here to Meet Our Partners!

What Our Partners Have to Say

“The Chinatown-International District is a gem, full of Seattle life and history, not to mention great restaurants. Partnering with Visit Seattle has been invaluable in helping us get the word out and attracting visitors to explore the neighborhood and the Wing Luke Museum. We truly enjoy working with the Visit Seattle staff, and look forward to collaborating with them for many more years to come!”

Margaret Su, Deputy Director for Institutional Giving and Marketing, Wing Luke Museum
Susan Windle, Inn at Port Ludlow

“As then Catering Sales Manager with The Resort at Port Ludlow, I attended a Partnership 101 in 2012 which was my first event with Visit Seattle and made a valuable connection at this networking event. I struck up a conversation with Nancy Fortner, co-owner of SweetLife Farms on Bainbridge Island. At the time, we were looking for locally made guest room amenities and were not finding anything that was right for us or our guests. After bringing back information on what Nancy and Bob are doing on their farm, our General Manager visited them on Bainbridge Island and experimented with ingredients for an amenity program. We now feature SweetLife Farms’ handmade soaps, lotions and bath salts in our Inn’s guest rooms and retail outlet.”

Susan Windle, Senior Sales Manager, The Inn at Port Ludlow

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