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R.I. COMMERCE CORP. on Wednesday launched its new "All That" tourism campaign. / COURTESY R.I. COMMERCE CORP.

Do you like Rhode Island’s new statewide tourism campaign and slogan...

The state on Feb. 21 unveiled a new tourism marketing campaign that’s been more than a year in the making. The campaign features the slogan...
R.I. COMMERCE CORP. on Wednesday launched its new "All That" tourism campaign. / COURTESY R.I. COMMERCE CORP.

R.I.’s new tourism campaign showcases state as ‘All That’

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island is all people, all cuisine, all outdoors, all history, say state tourism leaders. And a new statewide tourism slogan that's been...

Report: R.I. welcomed record number of visitors in 2022

PROVIDENCE –  A new report found Rhode Island welcomed a record 27.7 million visitors in 2022, R.I. Commerce Corp. announced Wednesday. R.I. Commerce Corp. on...

R.I. Commerce awards $220,000 contract for tourism development

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Commerce Corp. board of directors on Monday awarded a contract to an Ohio-based firm to create a five-year tourism development...

Does Rhode Island need a recognizable marketing tagline or slogan to...

In March, Anika Kimble-Huntley, the state’s chief tourism marketer, told Providence Business News that R.I. Commerce Corp. was close to coming out with a...
ON GUARD: Becky and Tim Clark, owners of The Beachead restaurant on Block Island, say business hasn’t been quite as robust so far this summer. 
PBN PHOTO/ K. CURTIS

R.I. tourism stays local: Regional campaigns lead the way this summer

Just days before the start of the high season in Newport in early July, local tourism officials gathered to talk status and strategy. At the...
SLOW START? The Beachhead owners Becky and Tim Clark say business hasn’t been as busy as they’d hoped for yet this summer at their Block Island restaurant. 
PBN FILE PHOTO/
K. CURTIS

State tourism efforts could use a boost from new campaign

Within weeks of the poorly conceived 2016 rollout of the disastrous “Rhode Island: Cooler & Warmer” campaign, Rhode Island tourism leaders said they were...
THE NUMBER OF PASSENGERS passing through Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport is climbing, and the Transportation Security Administration is projecting volume will grow this summer. The state is spending $4.5 million to promote air travel to Rhode Island. / COURTESY R.I. AIRPORT CORP.

R.I. airport passenger volume growing, but is it enough?

Things are looking up at Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport with passenger counts climbing as the summer tourism season arrives and a $4.5...
HONOREES AND HONOREE REPRESENTATIVES pose with their Providence Business News 2023 C-Suite Awards following Thursday's awards event at the Omni Providence Hotel. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

PBN’s C-Suite honorees lauded for addressing challenges, inspiring others

PROVIDENCE – Health care was a passion for Ann M. Kashmanian even before her time at Brown Medicine. Kashmanian, the CEO of the East Providence-based...
STATE ATTRACTION: Since becoming R.I. Commerce Corp.’s chief marketing officer, Anika Kimble-Huntley has increased the number of email addresses in VisitRhodeIsland.com’s database by 400%, through in-person  and online promotions. PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

R.I. Commerce’s Kimble-Huntley’s career is full of entertainment

2023 C-Suite Awards Government Agency: Anika Kimble-Huntley | R.I. Commerce Corp. chief marketing officer A MARKETER WHOSE TRANSCONTINENTAL CAREER began with toy maker Hasbro Inc., jumped...
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