Speak Out: Schenkat stirs local conversation on marketing Experience

Speak Out Scottsdale, a new feature presented by the Scottsdale Independent, provides a sampling of the many views and opinions posted by our [...] Continue Reading →

Experience Scottsdale earns gold at annual Prevue Visionary Awards

This week, monthly meetings and incentive magazine Prevue honored Experience Scottsdale for its accomplishments in convention sales and services. [...] Continue Reading →

Schenkat: Scottsdale residents deserve voice in where marketing dollars go

A few weeks ago, an article was published about my opinion related to the marketing Scottsdale receives from Experience Scottsdale (formerly [...] Continue Reading →

Miller: Experience Scottsdale is essential to the success of local tourism industry

I’ve worked in the hospitality industry for 40 years. Over the course of those years, I’ve served on the boards of convention and visitors [...] Continue Reading →

Schenkat: Scottsdale tourism effort fueled by money, but little focus

Who do we want as visitors in this world-class city? Scottsdale government seems to be scrambling around trying to figure out who they want to [...] Continue Reading →

Luring the affluent to ‘The West’s Most Western Town’ still in hands of Experience Scottsdale

Emboldened through Proposition 200, city council is giving Experience Scottsdale an estimated $9,720,580 to promote local tourism and provide [...] Continue Reading →

City hosts downtown Scottsdale marketing update sessions

The Scottsdale Tourism and Events Department along with Experience Scottsdale is providing updates on the latest marketing and advertising [...] Continue Reading →

Desert Dish offers new opportunities to Experience Scottsdale

With a new website, Experience Scottsdale, which promotes Scottsdale as a world-class vacation and meetings destination, is dishing on [...] Continue Reading →

Taxpayer dollars provide seeds for Scottsdale Canal Convergence expansion

Scottsdale City Council has approved a $650,000 subsidy of taxpayer dollars to support a public art event born through the minds at the [...] Continue Reading →