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    Tupelo_Logo_FullColor_CMYKThe Tupelo Convention & Visitors Bureau (TCVB) unveiled its new brand today at an event in the Center of Positivity.

    “We have immersed ourselves in defining Tupelo’s brand as it relates to tourism,” said Neal McCoy, Tupelo Convention & Visitors Bureau Executive Director. “Over and over, through conversations and focus groups with our partners and customers, Tupelo was described as a happy, progressive community, where anything is possible when you share an idea. Locally, we call that the Tupelo Spirit. This brand is the personification of the Tupelo Spirit.”

    A research study conducted by Young Strategies in 2012 identified that Tupelo’s brand had become diluted as a result of numerous logos and varied taglines identifying the bureau. TCVB worked with Cubic Creative to define what Tupelo’s brand is through targeted focus groups with industry partners, city leaders, meeting planners, tour operators, and visitors to Tupelo. This six-month process lead to the brand identity that was revealed today.

    From electricity to Elvis Presley, Tupelo has always been at the forefront of progressive thinking. The city has renewed itself many times but one thing has remained true always: Tupelo is an upbeat, happy city where people believe they can accomplish anything; especially when they share an idea. Tupelo is full of contagious optimism and is ready to become the Center of Positivity.

    “The environment that influenced Elvis, making him believe that anything was possible, still resonates today. The opportunity for inspiration is what we are selling as we invite guests to visit us in the ‘Center of Positivity,’” said McCoy.


    tupelo-water-and-lightNOTICE TO CURRENT PAPERLESS BILLING SUBSCRIBERS

    Effective January 9, 2014, a new updated paperless billing product is available replacing the old paperless billing product. This new version of paperless billing will require current subscribers to re-register. This new version will allow customers to view up to 12 months of billing history.

    We apologize for this inconvenience but feel our customers are going to love this new updated version of “Paperless Billing”.

    If you have never subscribe to paperless billing, we encourage you to sign up today.

     



    After the official swearing in on July 1, newly-elected Mayor Jason Shelton and Tupelo City Council members posed for a photo at the birthplace of Elvis Presley.



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