CEDAR CITY, UT – “Who paints the rocks at Cedar Breaks?” – “When do they let the deer out at Bryce Canyon?” – “Who dumped all the lava rock up on Hwy 14 (Cedar Mountain)?”. These are just a sampling of questions visitors have posed at the Iron County Visitor Center. Seven days a week the Iron County Visitor Center is open to answer questions, direct tourists to area attractions and assist visitors in Scenic Southern Utah. Tourism Week will be celebrated in Iron County May 12-16.
Tourism Week is a whole week dedicated to the importance of tourism and economic impact to Iron County. The Cedar City • Brian Head Tourism Bureau is reaching out to the community at large presenting “Road Tours” to civic groups, city organizations, county officials and even having a Tourist Appreciation Day.
As a part of Tourism Week, the Cedar City • Brian Head Tourism Tourism Bureau will be hosting the Cedar City Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon on May 15 at 1 PM (RSVP’s are a must as space is limited). Special guest speaker, Jodi Saeland, KSL Meteorologist and tourism advocate will join the celebration as well.
There will be a special exhibit at the Iron County Visitor Center showing how “Tourism Works” in Iron County, along with the Appreciation Day. Visitors, as well as the general public, are invited to the Appreciation Day, Friday, May 16th from 2-5 at the Iron County Visitor Center. There will be free window washing, King Ralph’s Kettle Korn, and a live radio remote from KSUB with prizes and give-a-ways.