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Arizona Expedition Campaign

The Arizona Expedition: Let Yourself Go! campaign is a "first-of-its-kind" program...
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Take a Hike and Do it Right

Share the importance of preparation with visitors to your destination and trails
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Tourism Cares Event

Support the Grand Canyon, tourism industry, and Arizona by giving back in Williams and the Grand...
Working with AOT

How to Work with the Arizona Office of Tourism

A step by step list for destination marketing organizations and businesses.
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AOT's World Tour 2015

AOT is pleased to announce the dates for its AOT World Tour 2015! The program will be held in...


Welcome to the Arizona Office of Tourism's business website. This site serves as the research and marketing resource for the Arizona tourism industry and media representatives. Research data, marketing plans and program information regarding the Arizona Office of Tourism's strategic program of work is available throughout this site.

For more information about Arizona as a travel destination, please visit our consumer website at,

Special Message from Arizona Department of Revenue: Evading state taxes is not only a serious crime; it hurts everyone in Arizona. Taxes are used to fund government programs such as education and public safety. When people evade taxes, these programs do not get the support they need.

The Department of Revenue is offering a tax recovery program that provides a limited-time opportunity for taxpayers to come into compliance.

The goal of the tax recovery program is to offer relief to those taxpayers who, for whatever reason, underreported or failed to file returns and pay their taxes. Tax recovery applications must be received by the Department between September 1 and November 2, with all tax liability paid with the application. Taxpayers who meet all the requirements will pay no interest and have no civil penalties imposed.

Now is your chance to avoid harsh penalties, criminal sanctions and higher interest.

Visit to download forms and read the latest on the program. You may also call the Arizona Department of Revenue at 1-844-698-9176 to get further details.