Are you looking to give back to the community? Do you enjoy helping people?
Are you proud to live in Pulaski County? The Pulaski County Visitors Center is seeking volunteers and
this may be just what you are looking for!
Individual must be committed to providing superior customer service; professional, passionate, outgoing and
enjoy working with the public. Resourceful in answering questions specific to Pulaski County attractions,
outdoor activities and history, as well as tourism activities within the state of Missouri. Ability to give
directions and itinerary suggestions. Additional projects to include research, lead fulfillment and stocking.
Intermediate computer skills, ability to meet, greet and show visitors around the Center, climb stairs,
and ability to lift 25lbs. Shift available Monday-Friday 8am-5pm year round, Saturday and Sundays
9am-3pm Memorial through Labor Day. Complete the Volunteer Application
and email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Pulaski County Tourism Bureau and Visitors Center is a non-profit organization, (501C6), funded through a 3% Guest Tax collected by hotels, motels, cabins, bed & breakfasts and vacation homes for room nights sold within the county.
We are the Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) for Pulaski County Missouri, organized for the sole purpose of promotion of tourism and the comprehensive marketing of our destination, in order to fuel the local business climate and broaden the local tax base. If you own a business in Pulaski County, visit our Partner page to learn how you can be involved and links to resources.
The revenue that we receive is used to market Pulaski County Missouri as a tourist destination in a variety of media outlets from internet marketing tools, print, radio, cable, billboards to tradeshow participation.
Our reach in marketing is much further out in order to obtain those overnight stays, with aggressive campaigns that our local businesses are unable to fund on their own. With this marketing comes servicing the tourists. Assisting them with information and resources, planning motor coach, group and reunion itineraries and collecting of information about our Pulaski County partners and events. The Bureau also operates a state-of-the-art Visitors Center located north of Interstate 44, Exit 161.