Using Technology to Promote Recreation

There's an App for That!

This session will showcase how you can utilize technology to promote your latest trail or trail project.

Presenters: Bill Bryan, Director, Missouri State Parks; Tim Robyn, Chief Information Officer, Missouri Information Technology Services Division; Hannah Inman, Director of Communications, Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation

Case studies of the Iowa By Trail app and the 100 Missouri Miles Challenge will be examined to provide guidelines on how to increase awareness and public exposure in your community using social media and websites to your advantage.

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