Times Spent Outdoors: Priceless!


Arizona Office of Tourism reports that no other Arizona industry produces the same economic impact for the Grand Canyon State as the Arizona tourism industry. Tourism is Arizona’s top export-oriented industry and directly impacts all 15 counties.

By generating thousands of jobs, millions of dollars in earnings, and billions of dollars in tax revenues, tourism is vital to Arizona’s economic vitality. Tourism is a driving force in establishing the “quality of life” message and amenities that are necessary to make Arizona an attractive place to live, work and visit.

KioKom’s digital touchscreen kiosks are helping drive tourism around Arizona while directing visitors to local businesses. KioKom stands for Kiosk Communications, and has a goal of bringing communities together in a high-tech world with interactive kiosks that are strategically placed around the state in chambers of commerce, visitor’s centers, hotels, malls, museums, health clubs, airports, and at special events and trade shows.

The Phoenix Business Journal reported that interactive kiosks will hit 3 million by the year 2016. KioKom is proud to be a pioneer in this industry with a driving force to help a slow economy succeed in the tourism industry.

KioKom kiosks act as a “virtual concierge,” providing information for guests on places to stay, shop, eat, things to do, special events and other local information. Visitors and locals can browse at their leisure through the rich content and get information and discounts on the spot.

This program allows the businesses to be in control of their message and provide up-to-date information, offer special promotions and target different groups, plus see the number of times their ad has been viewed daily. Unique Text and QR Code features make the information a walking advertisement on guests’ cell phones.

For more information or to have your business listed on the screens, contact Donna Collamer at (480) 389-4669 or e-mail donna@kiokom.com and visit http://www.kiokom.com


Reader Comments(0)