State unveils new tourism advertising campaign
Jackson, Miss. – Today, the Mississippi Development Authority’s Tourism Division announced its new advertising campaign during the Mississippi Tourism Association’s Spring Conference held in downtown Jackson. With a nod to 2014 as the Year of the Creative Economy, the campaign – “Mississippi Homecoming” – invites visitors to celebrate every aspect of the state’s cultural heritage.
“No other state in the country is home to such a wealth and diversity of creative talent as Mississippi,” Gov. Phil Bryant said. “I proclaimed 2014 as ‘The Year of the Creative Economy—a Mississippi Homecoming’ to showcase our state’s tremendous talent and to give Mississippians and visitors alike the opportunity to see firsthand what makes our state so special. We’re having a homecoming, and we’re inviting the world.”
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