OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City Convention and Visitors Bureau (Visit OKC) has introduced a new digital passport aimed at guiding visitors to top attractions throughout the metro area while earning prizes and taking advantage of discounts along the way.
“From museums to street art to urban parks, this free mobile passport will guide you to the best attractions in OKC,” said Zac Craig, president of Visit OKC. “We’ve made it easier than ever to find things to do around the city, take advantage of special offers and even earn exclusive Modern Frontier prizes.”
The Modern Frontier Attraction Pass, which is free and doesn’t require any downloads, allows participants to redeem discounts and earn prizes for visiting top museums, attractions and landmarks throughout Oklahoma City
Participants can sign up at visitokc.com/attractionspass by providing their name, email and mobile phone number. A link is then sent to their mobile phone which opens the passport and directs users how to add the button icon to their home screen for easy access any time.
When visiting one of the 20+ attractions, present the phone to a staff member to redeem available discounts and check in to start earning prizes.
Visit OKC is also giving away a free Modern Frontier sticker for checking in at three of the participating locations. Check in at eight locations and receive a Modern Frontier illustrated print. Visit 20 attractions to win an exclusive OKC tote. These prizes will be mailed directly to participants after each achievement is unlocked.
This mobile passport is designed to help visitors discover Oklahoma City’s must-see attractions in a fun and easy way.
Participating venues include: 45th Infantry Division Museum, American Banjo Museum, Bricktown Water Taxi, Centennial Land Run Monument, Factory Obscura Mix-Tape, First Americans Museum, Myriad Botanical Gardens, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum, Oklahoma City Zoo & Botanical Garden, Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center, Oklahoma Firefighters Museum, Oklahoma Hall of Fame, Oklahoma History Center, Oklahoma Railway Museum, Oklahoma State Capitol, Plaza Walls, Riversport Adventures. Scissortail Park, Skeletons: Museum of Osteology and Stockyards City.
The Oklahoma City Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) is a division of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce. The CVB is the tourism information source for visitors to and the citizens of Oklahoma City.
As the City’s official destination marketing organization, the mission of the Oklahoma City Convention and Visitors Bureau is to contribute to the economic well-being of Oklahoma City and its citizens through the solicitation and servicing of conventions and other related group business, to promote the city as a first-class visitor destination, and to enhance Oklahoma City's name and image.
For more information, go to visitokc.com.