This section is designed for members of the print, broadcast and digital media, including freelance writers. The Yakima Valley Tourism Public Relations Department assists qualified travel journalists with developing stories about the Yakima Valley and area businesses and attractions.
Looking for photos or video of our communities, restaurants, events, museums or other subjects? Contact the Communications and Travel Trade Manager and let us know how we can help you.
Fact checking services are offered to journalists writing about the Yakima Valley. To submit a manuscript for review, please contact the Communications and Travel Trade Manager and specify your deadline and allow for at least a 48-hour turnaround.
Are you a local photographer or videographer? We are always looking for photos and videos of our beautiful Yakima Valley. If you'd like to share your photos or videos for use in our marketing and public relation efforts. Please contact the Communications and Travel Trade Manager to share a link to your work.
Yakima Valley Tourism coordinates group and individual media visits to the Yakima Valley throughout the year. Requests are handled on an individual basis and the level of support provided depends upon the journalist's story, advance notice provided, time of year, length of stay, etc. If you're a journalist who is planning a trip to the Yakima Valley and need assistance, the following steps will help us to help you:
Note: Yakima Valley Tourism cannot provide airfare for your trip, nor can it pay for ground transportation to Yakima, although a list of local rental companies will be supplied if requested.
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