We know it is often said, but we could not hold the Beer Marketing & Tourism Conference without our sponsors. Please see below for our growing list of sponsors, who have all stepped up to support our efforts to provide an outstanding experience for attendees.
- If you are interested in sponsoring, please contact Reno Walsh at email@example.com or 888.758.8687 ext: 704
- If you would like to host a future Beer Marketing & Tourism Conference, please complete our Host Application
Visit Idaho is the website run by the Idaho Department of Commerce – Tourism Development. Idaho is a big state. Idaho covers two time zones, runs from Canada to Nevada, and encompasses the western side of the continental divide of the Rocky Mountains. Idaho’s beer scene and beer tourism are booming.
The Boise Convention and Visitors Bureau is a non-profit organization, founded in 1982. Its mission is to enhance the City of Boise’s economy through the marketing, promotion and selling of the city and region as a site for conventions, corporate meetings, trade shows, leisure travel, cultural, sports and special events
The Idaho Department of Agriculture was established in 1919 to serve and regulate Idaho’s strongest industry, a way of life for communities across the state. Idaho’s 25,000 farms and ranches produce more than 185 different commodities, and the state is ranked in the top 10 in the U.S. for production of more than 25 crops and livestock.
The Idaho Lodging and Restaurant Association is dedicated to preserving and improving the hospitality industry in Idaho by proactively creating a favorable political and regulatory environment and promoting and delivering programs, resources and benefits that address the needs of its members to help its members succeed.
The Southwest Idaho Travel Association is the regional tourism marketing organization for Southwest Idaho. Our mission is to share the beauty and adventure of Southwest Idaho with the world, ultimately increasing tourism and building Idaho’s economy.
Idaho Brewers United is a non-profit 501(c)6 trade organization founded in 2012 and is dedicated to the craft beer industry in Idaho. IBU membership includes Idaho craft breweries, breweries-in-planning, associated-industry businesses and craft beer enthusiasts.
Ski Idaho: With 28,000 vertical feet of terrain on over 18,000 acres, Idaho’s spectacular scenery is only outmatched by its 18 resorts, epic steeps and legendary backcountry. This hidden little gem is about to become your new favorite powder playground.
Gooding Farms grows multiple varieties of hops including Apollo, Bravo, Chinook, Centennial, Super Galena, and Zeus. Gooding Farms will be hosting BMTC18 attendees for a tour, dinner, and tasting.
The state of Idaho is divided into three barley regions. A barley producer from each region is appointed by the Governor to serve a three-year term (limited to two terms) on the Idaho Barley Commission. The commissioners not only represent their districts but the state of Idaho through national organizations such as, US Grains Council, National Barley Growers Association, and the National Barley Foods Council. An industry representative also serves on the board bringing to the commission experience and insight from the malting industry.