North Star Announces New Community Research and Branding Partnerships

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Nashville-based North Star Destination Strategies is proud to announce some of its 2012 destination and tourism research and community marketing partnerships with communities across the nation.

Nashville-based North Star Destination Strategies is proud to announce some of its 2012 destination and tourism research and community marketing partnerships with communities across the nation including Nashua, New Hampshire; Coral Springs, Florida; Lake Havasu City, Arizona; Snohomish County, Washington; Greenville, Illinois; Vallejo, California; New Bern, North Carolina; the South Main Historic Arts District in Memphis, Tennessee; Great Falls, Montana; NeighborWorks (a non-profit government agency) and Newark, New Jersey.

Research clients include Columbus, GA CVB; Pennsylvania Wilds Tourism Marketing Corporation: Evansville, IN CVB; Gibson County Visitors and Tourism; Red Wing Visitor and Convention Bureau; Perry County, IN, CVB and Columbia-Montour Visitors Bureau.

“North Star is honored to be working with each of these communities,” says Don McEachern, North Star CEO. “Our clients are so passionate about their communities. It’s fun to help them discover the possibilities a strong brand identity can hold for them.”

“I also love the diversity of our marketing partnerships,” he continues. “We work in the south, the west, the north, the east, the Midwest, on both coasts and in red states and blue states. Our research gives us a deep local perspective for each client. The diversity of our client base gives us a strong national perspective regarding community branding.”
North Star Destination Strategies is a full-service community branding agency in Nashville, TN with a standalone research division. Having worked with more than 150 communities across the nation, North Star is considered an industry leader in helping communities become more competitive. Areas of expertise include local, regional and statewide economic development, tourism and municipal government.

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