For our Tourism Partners

Stay up-to-date on the free and low-cost advertising opportunities, events, learning opportunities, and other news for tourism partners in Noble County and Indiana.

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View the Noble County Convention and Visitors Bureau 2022-23 Strategic Plan

NobleCalendar.com is "universal" community calendar promoted by Visit Noble County and other regional tourism and development partners. Add your upcoming local events and other opportunities for residents and visitors to engage for free!  Reference the "how-to" video link posted at the top of the calendar page to learn how. Visit Noble County encourages all tourism partners to add all scheduled activities that are open to the public to the calendar. When adding an event, be prepared to upload graphics, links, and other details to make your listing engaging and helpful to viewers.

SHOPNoble is a brand of Noble County Economic Development and a FREE platform for locally owned small businesses to promote "shop local" to consumers.  Submit your free  business profile to help more people find, enjoy, and support your business. Find free, curated small business management and marketing resources and subscribe to the SHOPNoble blog to receive information to help sustain and grow your business.

Visit Indiana, the Hoosier State's Office of Tourism Development, offers a variety of free and paid advertising opportunities. Learn more about advertising in the state  tourism guide, state tourism map, golf guide, and more. Submit FREE event listings and  discount deals offered at your tour location and/or packaged with other local partners.

In 2007, Noble County adopted an ordinance imposing a tax on any transaction in the county in which any rooms, lodgings, or accommodations are rented or furnished in any hotel, motel, inn, tourist cabin, campground or bed and breakfast for consideration, at a rate equal to five percent of the gross retail income derived from lodging income only.  Funds collected are used to promote and encourage conventions, trade shows, recreation, festivals, and visitors in and to the county. All entities subject to this tax must report the amount of tax due on a form (approved by the county treasurer) and pay the amount due to the county treasurer not more than 20 days after the end of the month the tax is collected.