Why Dripping Springs?
Growth is one of the pillars of Wedding Network Texas. We strive to bring you the best content each and every time. That's why we're bringing an expert this month!
We've been fortunate enough to connect with Pam Owens, Destination Dripping Springs. She is excited to share the latest information about weddings and Dripping Springs with us!
Destination Dripping Springs provides information and ideas to residents, visitors and business about things to do and places to go in the Dripping Springs/Driftwood area. Also, promotion of Dripping Springs as the Wedding Capital of Texas
With the impact of COVID-19, we've spent more time at home, and this means it's the perfect time to revisit your wedding business.
In this live meeting, you'll learn:
- Current pandemic update and regulations in Hays County
- Snapshot of Dripping Springs moving forward
- How Dripping Springs became Wedding Capital of Texas
- Our town may be small but we're big on fulfilling wedding needs!
- In Dripping Springs, we drink and get married, or we get married and drink!
- We're always a great destination choice!
Destination Dripping Springs
A native Texan, originally from Conroe, she moved to Dripping Springs 37 years ago when she was single with a young son, and Dripping Springs was a quiet ranching area. Now her son is married with 4 children of his own and the area has exploded. Pam has always been involved with her community serving on several boards, commissions and committees as well as owning two separate private enterprises. After she sold her last company in 2011, she took a year off and then joined the DS Chamber of Commerce as director of tourism and when the Dripping Springs Visitors Bureau was established in 2016, Pam became the first President/CEO.
Pam loves her position with the Visitors Bureau and being able to show-off her town as the Wedding Capital of Texas and with the Destination Dripping Springs marketing campaign. She was instrumental in initiating a trademark and asking the Texas Legislature to officially designate Dripping Springs as the Wedding Capital of Texas® in 2015. She’s also a leader in the travel and tourism industry with certifications from both the Texas Association of Convention and Visitors Bureaus and the Texas Travel Alliance and is the current president of the Texas Hill Country Trail Region.
Although tourism is always on her mind, when not working Pam enjoys gardening, playing with her grandchildren and travel.