1 Department of Tourism and Cultural Affairs Overview December 10, 2014
2 Department of Tourism and Cultural Affairs
3 Department of Tourism and Cultural Affairs Department of Tourism and Cultural Affairs Established by the Nevada legislature through NRS Oct. 1, PERFORMANCE METRICS AGENCIES Tax revenue attributed to tourism and cultural activities lodging revenue Division of Tourism Nevada Arts Council Visitation to tourism destinations and cultural facilities Division of Museums and History Stakeholder Nevada Indian support/program Commission value Internal budget management Marketing initiatives BOARDS Use AND of COMMISSIONS Websites Nevada Social Commission Media Conversations Tourism Nevada Media Arts Coverage Council Board messaging Support Division for of Department Museums and initiatives History Board in the FY16-17 budget session Nevada Indian Commission Commission for Cultural Affairs (to DCNR) Cultural Affairs Foundation
4 Department of Tourism and Cultural Affairs Mission: Create sustainable financial, intellectual and creative vitality for the State of Nevada, and the businesses and individuals engaged in the tourism and cultural industries. Vision: A world-class tourism and cultural affairs organization that embraces strategic thinking, innovation and creative problem solving.
5 Department of Tourism and Cultural Affairs GOALS Generate revenue to the State of Nevada through activities within the tourism and cultural affairs arena. Preserve Nevada s unique history through acquisition and conversation of appropriate archival materials and objects, facilities, programs and services that provide stewardship over, and enhance appreciation for, the state s heritage. Raise awareness around the value of the arts and cultural contributions to enrich the lives of residents, enhance the livability of communities and contribute to the state s economic revitalization. Provide resources, intellectual, educational and financial, to persons engaged in the creative and cultural industries, and Native American communities that contribute to individual and collective success of Nevada and its residents.
6 Department of of Tourism and and Cultural Cultural Affairs Affairs FUNDING PERFORMANCE METRICS Tax revenue attributed to tourism and cultural activities lodging revenue budget. Visitation to tourism destinations and cultural facilities Stakeholder support/program value Internal budget management lodging Marketing tax/general initiatives funds, private dedicated funds, admissions, Use of Websites museum store sales Social Media Conversations Media Coverage messaging funds, Support federal for Department funding initiatives in the FY16-17 budget session Division of Tourism 100% Lodging Tax. Performance-based Division of Museums and History Operations, 50/50 split Arts Council - Operations, 50/50 split lodging tax/general Nevada Indian Commission Operations, 75/25 split lodging tax/general funds
9 NEVADA TOURISM INDUSTRY 2013 STATEWIDE ECONOMIC IMPACT Change Overall Travel Spending $59.4 Billion $58.1 Billion 2.2% Travel Industry Jobs 462, , % State and Local Taxes $2.840 Billion $2.769 Billion 2.6% Percent of State and Local 27% 26% 1.0 (net) Taxes Generated by Travel Industry Percentage of Overall GDP 12.9% 12.4% 0.5 (net) Attributed to Travel Industry
10 DIVISION OF TOURISM MARKETING Develop and execute a result-driven strategic marketing program that compels consumer purchase decisions through effective use of key marketing and sales channels. FY14 15 BIENNIUM ROI 19:1 33:1 EDUCATION Create professional development opportunities for members of the Nevada tourism industry that raise the level of expertise across all industry sectors. Educate potential visitors through a robust Public Relations/Social media outreach about the experiences available throughout the state.
11 DIVISION OF TOURISM MARKETING AND ADVERTISING Position the state of Nevada as a premier travel destination Brand awareness Advertising creative Research-driven integrated, cross platform marketing Promotions Sponsorships Content development and delivery NEW cooperative marketing program Statewide Brand: Nevada: A World Within. A State Apart. Tourism Campaign: Don t Fence Me In
14 DIVISION OF TOURISM PUBLIC RELATIONS Generate earned media coverage and provide salient information to stakeholder groups enhance social media presence across all programs PR driven marketing Media outreach, including in-market press trips Social media Stakeholder outreach Industry Elected officials Industry influencers International media relations
15 DIVISION OF TOURISM SALES AND INDUSTRY PARTNERS Promote Nevada in domestic and international markets and assisting rural Nevada to develop and promote its unique events and attractions Domestic/international trade shows In-market familiarization tours International representative office management Rural grant programs Rural Roundup Air Service Development
16 FY14 IN REVIEW NEVADA INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION SALES ON TOURISM AND MARKETING PROGRAM RESULTS **KEY GROWTH AREA Representation in Nine Global Markets FY14 (P) FY13 Legacy FY12 Domestic/Int l o U.K. PR 101,265, ,047,171 67,828,410 o Germany Sales Leads o Mexico 14,490 12,375 8,700 o Canada Grant Program Emerging Impact $155,569,886 $144,839,344 $101,870,280 o China Marketing Programs ROI 33:1 22:1 19:1 (Paid Only) o Brazil o France o South Korea o Australia Potential New $33 Market is returned in revenue. oindia For every $1 spent in paid tourism marketing,
17 DRIVE REVENUE
18 Nevada Magazine
19 NEVADA MAGAZINE NEVADA MAGAZINE SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2014 Nevada Magazine publishes a bimonthly magazine that educates both residents and tourists about the state of Nevada. Our mission is to encourage tourists and residents alike to visit Nevada s cities and rural areas and enjoy the heritage, culture, and natural wonders that Nevada offers. We currently have over 10,000 subscribers and distribute 10,000 copies at newsstands in Nevada and surrounding states.
20 Starting with our September/October issue of 2013, we featured the complete history of the state in eight installments.
21 The Great Nevada Picture Hunt is one of the year s highpoints. We had over 2,200 submissions this year and the photo below was our Grand Prize winner.
22 EVENTS & SHOWS - November/December 2014 We also publish 125,000 copies of Events & Shows that are distributed in kiosks at McCarran International Airport as well as rental cars. Also at visitors centers and gift shops throughout the Las Vegas area as well as at the Reno-Tahoe Airport and at welcome centers and visitor s bureaus throughout the state. Events & Shows features show reviews and event happenings with maps and other helpful information to encourage visitors to enjoy their visit more thoroughly and stay longer.
23 NEVADA MAGAZINE FACEBOOK 2014 nevadamagazine.com contains additional blogs and information about the state. Our Facebook Page has more than 7,500 friends and our Twitter has over 7,000 followers. We are posting new content daily to keep our readers informed on happenings throughout the state. We recently featured this photo on our website and received over 39,000 views so far with over 600 shares.
24 2015 HISTORICAL CALENDAR & HISTORICAL PHOTO BOOK For the past forty years, the magazine has produced an awardwinning historical calendar that we sell to our readers and corporations. We are currently selling our Historical Photo Book that has been extremely popular with our subscribers.
25 Division of Museums and History
26 DIVISION OF MUSEUMS AND HISTORY Created with the mission to engage people in the cultural and natural history of Nevada so they may celebrate the past, learn from it, and develop perspective for present and future generations.
27 DIVISION OF MUSEUMS AND HISTORY Our core -- Curatorial Services Education & Research Services Tourism & Community Development
28 DIVISION OF MUSEUMS AND HISTORY Operates seven museums Nevada Historical Society, Reno 1904 Nevada State Museum, Carson City 1941 Lost City Museum, Overton 1953 Nevada State Railroad Museum, CC 1980 Nevada State Museum, Las Vegas 1982 Nevada State Railroad Museum East Ely 1991 Nevada State Railroad Museum, BC 2002
29 DIVISION OF MUSEUMS AND HISTORY Our legacy will be built on Recognizing that museums contribute to the solution for advancing & diversifying Nevada s economy but are held back from maximizing impact as part-time contributors in a 24/7 tourism-based economy Acknowledging that stuff isn t enough for today s audiences -- that good stories make good exhibits the wow factor
30 Division of Museums and History And our legacy will include Vibrant and skilled museum professionals creating innovative collaborations and participatory experiences for all ages
31 DIVISION OF MUSEUMS AND HISTORY 2015 Issues and Opportunities Regained service, need to provide expected level of visitor services Increased attendance YOY is 20 30% (based on location, service) Glenbrook restoration
32 Nevada Arts Council
33 NEVADA ARTS COUNCIL Mission: To enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that preserves, supports, strengthens and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans. Vision: A Nevada in which the arts enrich the lives of all residents, enhance the livability of communities and contribute to the state s economic revitalization.
34 NEVADA ARTS COUNCIL GOALS Increase public access, participation and investment in Nevada arts and culture. Incorporate the arts as an essential element in the education experience of all Nevadans Strengthen the environment in which the work and contributions of or artists are valued and supported. Encourage and support a diversity of organizations that produce, present and promote excellence in the arts.
35 NEVADA ARTS COUNCIL PROGRAMS Artist Services: o LXS - Legislative exhibition Series LXS gallery space across from the café o OXS - Office exhibition Series Arts Council Office Arts Learning: o Poetry Out Loud Statewide contest open to all Nevada high schools. Winner participates in national contest is 10 th Anniversary. o Artists in Schools + Communities Roster Online resource for schools, organizations and communities to broaden and diversify participation in the arts through educational and community cultural residencies and programs.
36 NEVADA ARTS COUNCIL PROGRAMS Folklife o Ninth Island Project. Collaboration with Nevada State Museum Las Vegas highlights Hawaiian heritage and identity Community Arts Development o Professional Development Activities Brave New Boards workshops for teams of arts and culture-based nonprofit organizations. o Community Vitality Projects work with communities in cultural planning. Grants o Several types of grants including: Professional Development, Artists Residency Express, Jackpot, Folklife Opportunity, Folklife Apprenticeship, Arts Learning Project
37 Nevada Indian Commission
38 NEVADA INDIAN COMMISSION
39 NEVADA INDIAN COMMISSION Mission The mission of the Nevada Indian Commission is to ensure the well being of American Indian citizens statewide through development and enhancement of the government-to-government relationship between the State of Nevada and Indian Tribes and through education for a greater cultural understanding of the State's first citizens.
40 NEVADA INDIAN COMMISSION Agency Operations: Promote the Government-to-Government relationship between the State of Nevada and Indian Tribes Advocate for the social and economic well-being of all American Indians and Alaska Natives residing in Nevada Educate government (federal, state and local) agencies and the general public for a greater cultural understanding of the state s first citizens
41 NEVADA INDIAN COMMISSION Identify Tribal needs and priorities (working with the Tribes) Recommend and support state legislation on matters that will improve, protect, and address the interests of American Indians and Alaska Natives living in Nevada NIC strategic planning Coordinate efforts of all State department Tribal Liaisons Advocate for Tribal Tourism on a national level through the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) Identify funding for the Stewart Indian Cultural Center
42 Reimagining the Statewide Traveler Experience
43 CURRENT SITUATION 36 facilities o Three welcome stations o Twenty-six rest areas o Seven rest stops Five new (less than 10 years old) Seventeen more than 30 years old Multi-agency project NDOT DTCA DCNR DOW DOA
44 DESIGN GUIDELINES Incorporate brand, Nevada: A World Within. A State Apart. Create consistency, incorporate regional materials, economic drivers Create visual unity Design Options Select finishes, color palettes and surface patterns compatible with surrounding landscape Incorporate art motifs and media that represent the design themes Option 2 The Arch Incorporate interpretive displays areas Provide parking and exterior usage space consistent with facility type
46 FY16-17 Focus Areas
47 Department of Tourism and Cultural Affairs Transportation Infrastructure Air Service Development Rest Area Development International Sales and Marketing Air Service In-state programs and services Brand Enhancement Creative Update Stewart Cultural Center Public Service Enhancements Grants Funding
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