Created on Wednesday, 16 January 2013 Written by REUBEN MEES
Getting a steady flow of arts, culture and entertainment seekers moving north and south along U.S. Route 68 was the topic of a conversation among area tourism officials Tuesday.
Culture and tourism officials from Greene, Clark, Champaign and Logan counties gathered Tuesday afternoon at the Holland Theatre for the first sit-down meeting of the group they are informally calling the “U.S. Route 68 Corridor.” (EXAMINER PHOTO | REUBEN MEES)
The group, informally calling themselves the “U.S. Route 68 Corridor,” consisted of various officials representing tourism offices and attractions from Bellefontaine to Xenia.
Spearheading the meeting at the Holland Theatre was Stuart Secttor, executive director of Clark State’s Performing Arts Center.
While several Clark County agencies already have come together to better promote their events, Mr. Secttor said he would like to see a regional partnership develop.
“If we are serious about the U.S. 68 corridor, we need to support each along that corridor,” he said. “This is the only way we are going to expand the market.”
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