November 07, 2010

Cherokee Nation wins RedBud Awards

Cherokee Nation receives ‘Tourism Organization of the Year’Cherokee Nation’s Cultural Tourism Group sets the standard for tourism excellence with its multiple honors including the 2010 “Tourism Organization of the Year” Merit Award by Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department’s RedBud Awards held during the annual Governor’s Conference on Tourism Oct. 17-19, in Norman, Okla.

The recently restored Cherokee National Supreme Court Museum also received a Merit Award for “Outstanding New Attraction.” The organization’s Osiyo Brochure travel guides were honored in the “Best Brochure or Publication” with a RedBud Award for best booklet 11 pages or more and a Merit Award for tri-fold or single sheet brochure.

The RedBud Awards are designed to recognize Oklahoma tourism attractions, destination marketing organizations and travel writers for their outstanding efforts to serve and promote Oklahoma’s tourism industry.
Comment:  For more on the subject, see Tahlequah Named Top 10 True Western Town and Cherokee Capitol is Historic Landmark.

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