The accreditation seal exemplifies a commitment to industry excellence and to raising the performance and accountability of similar organizations.
Amelia Island, FL – Destination Marketing Association International (DMAI) has approved the Amelia Island Convention and Visitors Bureau’s (CVB) for accreditation as part of their Destination Marketing Accreditation Program. This prestigious honor recognizes CVB destination marketing organizations that meet a high level of quality and performance standards within the industry.
“This recognition is a product of the hard work and diligence of the entire Amelia Island CVB staff and board,” said Gil Langley, President and CEO of the Amelia Island CVB. “DMAI accreditation is a direct result of the Amelia Island CVB Board of Directors’ adoption of policies which exceed industry standards, as well as our staff’s dedication to excellence and superior service.”
The accreditation seal exemplifies a destination marketing organization’s (DMO) commitment to industry excellence and to raising the performance and accountability of similar organizations around the world. To be eligible for accreditation, a DMO must successfully fulfill 58 mandatory and 30 voluntary standards in various areas, including governance, finance, human resources, sales, communications, destination development and research.
DMAI represents approximately 1,350 members from more than 600 destination marketing organizations throughout 30 countries. Of those 600 DMOs belonging to DMAI, only 197 are accredited.
For more information, go to www.destinationmarketing.org.