Articles by Jennifer Seaton

About Jennifer Seaton

Jennifer Seaton has been the Director of Visit Edmond (also known as Edmond Convention & Visitors Bureau) since July 29, 2019. She is a City of Edmond employee and long-time Edmond resident. Jennifer brings extensive marketing and advertising experience from her 25 years working in the Oklahoma City metro. Most recently, she served as Vice President of Business Development for STAPLEGUN, an advertising agency based in Oklahoma City. She previously worked as the Director of Marketing for the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber and Vice President of Marketing for United Way of Central Oklahoma. She attended Ohio University where she received both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Communication. Jennifer's goal is to elevate the “Edmond experience” to attract more leisure travelers, tournaments, and business conferences to Edmond.

Shop local with the 2021 Edmond Guide

By Jennifer Seaton | February 2, 2021

Supporting local businesses is essential. Buying local has had an even greater focus since the global COVID-19 pandemic has limited travel and put more strain on all types of businesses. It can be a challenge to support local if you aren’t aware of all the options available to eat, shop, or entertain in your local…

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Luminance lights up Edmond

By Jennifer Seaton | December 1, 2020

December in Edmond always brings unforgettable memories of family time, fun activities with friends, sweater weather, celebrating traditions, and most recently — colorful lights! In the past three years, Edmond’s lights have transitioned from the Parade of Lights to Edmond Electric’s Luminance: An Enchanted Stroll. Part of the intent is to stimulate Edmond’s economy, and it…

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“Key to My Heart” and the art of business

By Jennifer Seaton | November 3, 2020

When Edmond’s largest interactive art piece was installed at the Festival Marketplace on October 15, it not only marked the city’s 235th public art installation, but also a new business trend. Interactive art is engaging visitors and citizens to stay downtown longer, and it’s working with Edmond businesses to do so. The presence of art…

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Hospitality industry in Edmond affected by COVID

By Jennifer Seaton | September 1, 2020

Many of us are ready for a change of scenery. It can be as simple as a hotel pool or waking up in a new place and not having to make your bed. Staycations and drivable destinations are helping ease the stress of isolation. With easy access off Route 66, new downtown attractions like BlocWorks…

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