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Santa Fe Website Contract for Tourism Santa Fe

Bid Number: '18/31/P
Status: Closed
Close Date: 4/2/2018 2:00 PM
Project Manager:
Joy Rice
(505) 955-6205
Proposal Submission Information:
See Bid/RFP documents for additional submission details.
City of Santa Fe Purchasing Office 2651 Siringo Road Building H. Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505

Santa Fe is a highly unique destination that provides unforgettable, year-round experiences and attractions. In 2017, Santa Fe was voted the #1 Destination of the Year by Travel + Leisure readers. Additionally, Santa Fe was named the World Legacy Award winner for ‘Sense of Place’ by National Geographic The goal of TOURISM Santa Fe (TSF) is to build awareness of Santa Fe as a premier travel destination to a diverse demographic. In addition, to promote Santa Fe as a “one of a kind” destination—inspiring visitors to come explore and discover why Santa Fe is ‘The City Different’. 

TOURISM Santa Fe and the City of Santa Fe are seeking a high caliber, experienced website design, programming and management agency to assist in further defining and meeting the goals of TSF and the City of Santa Fe and to maintain the TOURISM Santa Fe website, SantaFe.org. 

Vendor Qualifications

Vendor must be an experienced and highly skilled management team of programmers and web designers with a successful track record of developing and maintaining database driven websites for Destination Management Organizations (DMO) using Gossamer Links. 

Vendor shall have a minimum of five years of experience in providing web design, programming and management services and have prior experience working with a minimum of five tourism/destination/hospitality industry related clients. Vendor will work with TSF’s selected Advertising Agency in addition to the TSF staff including The Director, Marketing Director, Marketing

Related Documents:
'18/31/P [1.5 MB]

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