How to Visit Alpharetta on Media Assignment
Thank you for your interest in visiting Alpharetta. The Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau assists journalists with travel stories about Alpharetta by suggesting attractions, restaurants and other points of interest. The Alpharetta CVB requests that journalists be a credentialed member of the media.
Wondering how to make your assignment to Alpharetta a smooth and enjoyable one? Please follow the guidelines below.
Journalists must provide the Alpharetta CVB with at least two business weeks’ notice before their arrival unless special circumstances arise- to be approved by the CVB.
The Alpharetta CVB can assist in providing complimentary or reduced room nights for writers on assignment when available and at the Alpharetta CVB’s discretion.
Journalists are responsible for their own transportation while in Alpharetta. Rental cars are the responsibility of the writer, but a list of local rental companies will be supplied if requested. If someone from the CVB is available to help you during your visit, you will be notified.
- Photographic Images:
The Alpharetta CVB maintains an online photo library should the writer need pictures to accompany a story.
- Alpharetta Attraction Access:
Complimentary arrangements are provided at the discretion of the host business and are subject to availability.
Meals are not provided during your stay, unless you are a food writer or host of a food show.
- After the Trip:
After the trip, we ask that media please forward an original copy of coverage resulting from your trip to Alpharetta. Magazines, newspapers, travel radio/television programs can mail original articles to: Jeanine Jones, Alpharetta Convention & Visitors Bureau, 178 South Main Street, Suite 200, Alpharetta, GA 30009. Direct links to online articles, TV or radio clips and blogs can be mailed to Jeanine Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you agree with the guidelines above, please complete the form below. Journalists will be chosen at the Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau’s discretion.