Press Releases

 
02/26/2014
The annual study, compiled by research firm Dean Runyan Associates, shows the best year on record for visitor spending, local and state tax receipts and tourism employment.
02/10/2014
New Visitor Center is now open and expects to serve millions of visitors each year.
11/13/2013
Meagan McGuire joins Seattle Southside staff.
08/27/2013
Video features family road trip, couple on romantic retreat and girls’ weekend getaway.
08/13/2013
Visitors can enter to win and book a Football Fanatic hotel package in Seattle Southside, enjoy a party and arrive safely at CenturyLink Field.
06/03/2013
In addition to the regular office hours, Monday through Friday, 9:00a.m. – 5:00p.m., the Visitor Center is now open Saturday and Sunday 10:00a.m. – 4:00p.m. (Closed major holidays). These office hours will be maintained through Labor Day weekend.
05/15/2013
The Seattle Southside Annual Report is now available. Includes accomplishments from 2012 and upcoming initiatives for 2013.
05/13/2013
At Annual Meeting, Museum honors Katherine Kertzman with star named in her honor for years of dedication to tourism industry
05/06/2013
We are gathering to celebrate the benefits of travel in our community, and we’re letting our elected officials and local citizens know that tourism is essential for Seattle Southside
05/02/2013
The Seattle Southside Tourism Promotion Area Steering Committee Members receive distinguished Tourism Ambassador Award.
 

Upcoming Events

Seattle Mariners Baseball Apr 21, 2014 @ 07:10 PM. Seattle's baseball team plays at the new Safeco Field.
After Dark Mondays & Wednesdays at ACME Bowl Apr 21, 2014 @ 09:30 PM. Unlimited Cosmic Bowling every Monday & Wednesday at The Alley in ACME Bowl from 9:30pm to close.
Twisted Tuesdays at ACME Bowl Apr 22, 2014 @ 11:00 AM. $3 games, $3 shoes, & $3 PBR Tallboys

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