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South Dakota Department of Tourism Recognizes 2022 Great Place Designees

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wed., Nov. 16, 2022
CONTACT: Katlyn Svendsen, Global Media & Public Relations Director, South Dakota Department of Tourism, (605) 773-3301
 
South Dakota Department of Tourism Recognizes 2022 Great Place Designees
 
PIERRE, S.D. – The South Dakota Department of Tourism has recognized 48 businesses across the state with the 2022 South Dakota Great Place designation. These tourism-focused businesses earned the designation for their outstanding hospitality and customer service.
 
The South Dakota Great Place program is designed to put a spotlight on businesses that exemplify great service by going above and beyond for guests and employees. The goal of the program is to strengthen the tourism industry in South Dakota and offer support to tourism industry members.
 
“Welcoming hospitality and exceptional customer service are the foundation for supporting a strong tourism industry here in South Dakota,” said James Hagen, Secretary of the Department of Tourism. “The South Dakota Great Place program recognizes those businesses that have gone the extra mile to ensure their employees have received the proper training and possess the skills needed to meet the needs of visitors.”
 
To view the list of businesses recognized, visit https://sdvisit.com/training-hospitality/2022-south-dakota-great-place-designees.
Online application forms for the 2023 South Dakota Great Place will open in February 2023. All are encouraged to participate. For more information about the Great Place program, click here.
The department also offers an Online Hospitality Training program. The training is free, and all tourism industry businesses are encouraged to share the training with their staff. For more information about the department’s hospitality programs, please visit https://sdvisit.com/training-hospitality.
The South Dakota Department of Tourism is comprised of Tourism and the South Dakota Arts Council. The department is led by Secretary James D. Hagen.
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