Showing posts from May, 2022

Community Spotlight - Pulaski County Tourism Bureau

Fort Wood Hotels is so proud to be able to partner with the Pulaski County Tourism Bureau. The tourism bureau does a fantastic job of showcasing Pulaski County and all the amazing things to do and see and enjoy here. This helps to bring visitors, income, and employment to the area in a significant way. We see the benefits for our community, and we are always on board to help where we can. If you’d like to learn a little more about the Pulaski County Tourism Bureau, how we work together, and how it benefits this area, just keep reading this blog. 1. Tell us about your organization. The Pulaski County Tourism Bureau & Visitors Center is a non-profit organization that invests into marketing to bring awareness to Pulaski County Missouri as a tourist destination.  These investments range from traditional advertising, print, broadcast, outdoor and digital to relationships; networking with other destinations and travel industry associations.   We reach those looking for a unique vacati

Community Spotlight - Waynesville - St. Robert Chamber of Commerce

Fort Wood Hotels is excited to share another Community Spotlight with you this week! We are proud to work with the Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber of Commerce because of all they do for our local economy and community. We are very involved in the Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber of Commerce.  Our managers and line level managers have been a part of the Board of Directors, Ambassadors Club, and on committees.  We support with sponsorships and volunteer hours as well as attend the monthly luncheons to learn all that is going on in our area. The Chamber does a great job with speakers at the monthly luncheons from the cities, Waynesville High School, Fort Leonard Wood, tourism, and many other pertinent organizations briefing on what is new and upcoming.  This chamber is very involved and over 300 members strong. Keep reading to learn more about the many ways the Chamber works for our local communities.  1.  Tell us about your organization. The Waynesville - St. Robert Chamber of Commerce is a

The Ultimate Guide to Explore Fort Leonard Wood!

Looking to explore new territory in Missouri? Missouri is full of fun things to do if you are looking for a roadtrip! Whether visiting for business or pleasure the Explore Fort Leonard Wood website is your guide to the best restaurants, hotels, attractions and outdoor recreation the region has to offer. Read on to learn more about the area and how to use as your guide!  Itineraries  Do you like to travel with a plan? ExploreFLW makes this easy! You'll find iteraries for exploring Historic Route 66, Unique Museums, and Exploring the Ozark Outdoors!  Stay - Eat - Play  The Fort Leonard Wood Region is made up of Pulaski, Laclede, Phelps, and Texas county. You'll find plenty of great local resturants and things to do during your visit! Friendly, hometown charm mixed with a patriotic feel; our Fort Leonard Wood Region is the perfect embodiment of the back to basics mindset with a modern twist.  With miles of historic Route 66, State parks and outdoor activities, t

Community Spotlight -- Good Samaritan of the Ozarks!

This week, Fort Wood Hotels has another Community Spotlight to share, Good Samaritan! Good Samaritan does so much for the community. We truly believe in their kindness and support of those in need. We have helped in the past with donations of items from our hotels. We helped with a drive to collect Personal Supply Kits for the women & children at Genesis, A Place of New Beginnings a few years ago. We have had a partnership supporting their hotel needs. We do stand by them and are ready to support them when we can. Read on to learn more about this incredible organization!  1.    Tell us about your organization Good Samaritan of the Ozarks is a faith based, local 501c3 non-profit that has been providing emergency services to the community since 1975. It began as a grassroots movement with the focus of providing shelter to women and children who were forced out of their homes after suffering domestic violence. Since that time other services have been added including two thrift