Press Releases

 
11/01/2016
The Seattle Southside RTA created the holiday travel guide to promote convenience for travelers leaving from Sea-Tac Airport as well as to showcase all things holiday related in Seattle Southside.
10/03/2016
Seasoned hospitality, marketing and sales professionals join Seattle Southside RTA board of directors.
09/26/2016
Seasoned tourism executive joins Seattle Southside RTA team as region continues to see major growth potential.
06/16/2016
Tourism marketing professional selected for prestigious 30 Under 30 Award.
04/26/2016
The Seattle Southside Regional Tourism Authority (RTA) and the Southwest King County Chamber of Commerce have announced a partnership in order to better promote the regional destination, bolster tourism and drive economic vitality.
03/01/2016
Annual report from Dean Runyan Associates details continued economic impact resulting from growing tourism industry.
02/23/2016
Several new employees join the team and a few familiar faces return, bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience to Seattle Southside RTA. Learn more about new roles and promotions in the organization as well. Please welcome and congratulate the staff members.
11/24/2015
Seattle Southside Regional Tourism Authority has several open positions providing great career opportunities.
08/24/2015
Announcing a partnership with The Museum of Flight and iFLY Seattle to sell museum tickets and flight packages at Seattle Southside Tourist Information and Visitor Centers.
08/06/2015
The Seattle Storm to return to Tyee High School in SeaTac for second-straight year.
 

Upcoming Events

Ride the Santa Train--Northwest Railway Museum Dec 10 - 17, 2016. Meet Mr. & Mrs. Claus, enjoy cookies and refreshments, while riding the Santa Train at Northwest Railway Museum.
Breakfast with Santa at Des Moines Activity Center Dec 10, 2016. Santa visits Des Moines!

Recent Blog Posts

Wild Lights at Woodland Park Zoo Michael visits the Woodland Park Zoo for their festive Wild Lights.
Riding on the Polar Express The Visitor Center staff reviews the Polar Express, by the Mount Rainier Railroad & Logging Museum.