Tourism Alliances in Kansas
Amazing 100 Miles
The Flint Hills Tourism Coalition is an alliance of tourism marketing agencies from the 22 Flint Hills counties along with Flint Hills Resource Conservation and Development (RC&D), and the Kansas Division of Tourism.
Contact: Tracy Henry
PO Box 5 Alma, KS 66401
A coalition of tourism marketing partners seeks to work cooperatively to promote tourism along the I-35 corridor in
. Members include Kansas Kansas City, Lenexa, Overland Park, Shawnee, Olathe, Ottawa, Emporia, . Membership is open to anyone within five miles of I-35. Wichita
, Merriam Visitors Bureau, 913/403-8999 Karen Crane
The purpose is to achieve an economic benefit to communities along I-70 from travelers on I-70. Membership is open to communities along the I-70 corridor.
The mission is to document, preserve and utilize
Kansas Cattle Towns
This alliance is designed to promote tourism in Kansas Historic Cattle Towns and to bring together the
industry members promoting the cowboy experience in order to strengthen their ability to encourage marketing partnerships with corporate industries. Members are the major cattle shipping towns during the Texas Longhorn drives to Kansas Kansasfrom 1867-1885: Abilene, Newton, Ellsworth, Wichita, , Caldwell . Membership is closed to additional towns but open to individuals. Dodge City
, 785.472.5100, email@example.com Dennis Katzenmeier
Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism
This is our state travel office.
Scenic Byways Kansas
Designed to identify and designate scenic routes in
. The program is designed for local groups to work together to preserve, promote and enhance their scenic route. Kansas
, 78.296.8669 Sue Stringer
The mission of this group is to make the NEKS Tourism Region a high quality tourist destination by facilitating and encouraging networking between the communities and assisting the communities with tourism development, marketing, educational programs, and governmental representation.
, Bob Topping President: 913.758.1959 221 Arch St Leavenworth, KS 66048 Phone
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: not available at this time
NCKTR - North
The purpose of
's monthly e-newsletter is to get any railroad-related (historical groups, model train clubs, railroad museums, etc.) networking and sharing information. Anita CheatumContact: , 201 E. Sherman, Anita Cheatum Kingman, KS 67068 Phone: 620.532.2142 Email: email@example.com
SCKTR - South
The SCKTR is committed to promoting travel to and within our 22-county region of
Kansasin south-central . We offer a large variety of diverse attractions and landscapes for the traveler and visitor. Kansas
Contact: Melody Spruney, 316.284.3642Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: visitsouthcentralks.com
The alliance is organized to interpret, preserve, and promote the heritage of the Solomon Valley/Highway 24 corridor from
Hoxieto Glasco. It seeks to encourage community development, awareness of the historical legacy associated with the valley, and heritage tourism. The alliance is made up of the 20 or so communities along the Solomon Valley/Highway 24 corridor between Glasco and Hoxie.
, 785.568.0120 Joan Nothern
TIAK (Travel Industry Association of
The goals of this organization are to 1) influence government decisions that affect the travel industry; 2) develop programs which communicate the cultural, social, and economic impact of the travel industry on Kansas communities and the state; and 3) provide a forum for interaction among all sector of the travel industry.
Contact: Criquet Cole, 205 'F' Street, Ste. 10, P.O. Box 10, Phillipsburg, KS 67661Phone: 785.540.4248Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.ushwy36.com
WWC - Wild West Country (
The group works to promote the attractions and natural resources for tourism and travel within the 22 counties represented in the southwest part of the state.
, firstname.lastname@example.org Sally Fuller