March 20, 2015
Kristi Kent, Communications Director
Rome, Ga. — The Greater Rome Convention & Visitors Bureau is launching a text alert notification system called, “Knock, Knock” to notify businesses and citizens of who’s coming into Rome for the next big event, tournament or conference.
Alerts will go out several days in advance of big events to give businesses time to prepare. “It’s a great tool to help local establishments plan the additional resources needed to provide the highest level of service and hospitality to those visiting Rome,” says Ann Hortman, Director of Rome Sports Commission.
The new alert system is rolling-out in time for the busy spring season with the first alert scheduled to go out next week.
To opt-in for the alerts, simply text “KnockKnock” to 84483. After opting-in, users will receive a text message to confirm subscription to the text alert. For those who prefer to receive notifications via email may opt-in online at Romegeorgia.org/knockknock.
The text service is powered by RainedOut mobile text alerts. Message and data rates may apply. Text “Stop” to cancel alerts at any time. For more text alert details, visit RomeGeorgia.org/KnockKnock or call 706.295.5576.
The Greater Rome Convention & Visitors Bureau (GRCVB) is the official destination and sports marketing organization of Rome and Floyd County, Ga. The GRCVB’s mission is to strengthen the economic prosperity of the community through tourism development by attracting leisure travelers, conventions, meetings, sports and events.
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