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Concierge College

April 16 @ 8:00 am - 10:30 am

The Sequoia Tourism Council, a collaborative of Tulare County chambers, cities, convention
bureaus, The National Park Service, and the US Forest Service is offering a seminar for local
businesses involved in the hospitality and retail industries.
The seminar, coined Concierge College, happens on Tuesday, April 16th at Galaxy Theatres in
Tulare, located at 1575 Retherford St, Tulare, CA 93274, from 8:00 am to 10:30 am. Attendees
will participate in sessions focused on the value of visitor traffic to Tulare County, and the
national parks and forest. Individuals will be able to visit community booths and gather
information on the amenities available to visitors. They will also have the opportunity to sample
some of the products produced in the local area.
In 2022, 38.2 million park visitors spent an estimated $2.7 billion in local gateway regions while
visiting National Park Service lands in California. These expenditures supported a total of 34.9
thousand jobs, $1.8 billion in labor income, $2.8 billion in value added, and $4.5 billion in
economic output in the California economy. By investing in the expertise of our hospitality
workforce, we aim to amplify these economic benefits and foster unforgettable experiences for
our visitors, ensuring a prosperous future for our region.
Concierge College is free to employees and supervisors working in hotels, restaurants, retailers,
and other points of interest locations that receive visitor traffic. All attendees must register online
at https://ConciergeCollege.eventbrite.com. The registration deadline is April 10th. For more
information, please contact the Tulare Chamber of Commerce at 559-686-1547. To learn more
about Sequoia Tourism Council visit www.disoverthesequoias.com.


April 16
8:00 am - 10:30 am


Tulare Galaxy Theatre
1575 Retherford St
Tulare, CA 93274 United States
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