Flagstaff Visitor Guide
The Flagstaff Visitor Guide is an annual publication featuring the accommodations, restaurants, activities and useful travel information for the Flagstaff area. The CVB prints 175,000 copies of this resourceful guide, which is distributed at the Flagstaff Visitor Center, as well as to tour operators, travel agencies, statewide visitor centers and through trade shows and CVB sales and media missions. A listing in the Flagstaff Visitor Guide includes a complimentary one-year listing on flagstaffarizona.org.
Click here to request a copy of the Visitor Guide. If you would like a larger quantity of Visitor Guides for your place of business, contact Carrie Nelson at email@example.com or 928-213-2919. To be listed in the upcoming Visitor Guide, click here to download the appropriate form.
The Flagstaff CVB publishes Flagstaff Happenings on a weekly basis to highlight local events for the upcoming week. It is distributed throughout Downtown Flagstaff, displayed in kiosks and storefronts, and also available at the Flagstaff Visitor Center. In addition, Flagstaff Happenings is sent via e-mail blast to more than 2,000 opt-in recipients, including visitors, CVB stakeholders, hoteliers and more.
Click here to sign up to receive Flagstaff Happenings via e-mail on a weekly basis.
The Flagstaff CVB has updated it's five-day planner featuring various northern Arizona itineraries using Flagstaff as a hub. The new Explore Flagstaff Guides are available in English, German, French and Spanish.
To order copies of the Explore Flagstaff Guide , contact Carrie Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 928-213-2919.
History Brochures and Tour Guides
The Flagstaff CVB developed several special interest print publications designed to educate visitors about Flagstaff’s rich history and culture. Some feature self-guided walking tours of the downtown area. The selection of brochures includes: Early History of Flagstaff; History of the Railroad in Flagstaff; History of the San Francisco Peaks; History of the Apollo Missions; Route 66; and Haunted Places.
To order copies of any of the special interest brochures, contact Carrie Nelson at email@example.com or 928-213-2919.
The Flagstaff CVB offers an e-mail marketing program that features the weekly Flagstaff Happenings update and quarterly e-newsletters in the following topic areas: Active in the Outdoors; Family Fun; Dining & Nightlife; Arts & Culture and Science & Education. The MyFlagstaff program allows visitors to sign up to receive the newsletters on topics in which they are interested.
The Flagstaff CVB distributes a bi-monthly e-newsletter to our stakeholders to keep them up-to-date on the CVB’s activities, opportunities for partnership and the latest tourism industry news.