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Foundation is critical partner in Cherokee’s marketing efforts

Wednesday, October 4th, 2017

The health of Cherokee cultural attractions and the local economy depend on effective marketing strategies. Creating a uniform marketing collaborative was a logical step in the formation of the Greater Cherokee Tourism Council (GCTC), the body responsible for driving visitors to Cherokee attractions.


“Foundation grants are crucial to the GCTC efforts,” said Robert Jumper, EBCI Interim Marketing Manager, and head of the GCTC. “If we didn’t have these funds, it would drastically impact the visibility of Cherokee and our partners.”

The GCTC includes Cherokee Historical Association, Museum of the Cherokee Indian, Qualla Arts & Crafts, EBCI Fish & Wildlife Management, EBCI Transit, Sequoyah National Golf Club, and EBCI Travel & Tourism.… read more


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