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Southern Idaho Tourism

We promote recreation and tourism in a seven-county area of Southern Idaho. We also utilize tourism as a tool in community and economic development in an effort to grow the hospitality industry and bring economic benefit our communities.

Southern Idaho Tourism was incorporated in 1995. We employ a unique business model: a volunteer Board of Directors with a four-member Executive Committee governs the organization. Day-to-day activities are managed by our Executive Director.

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Idaho Small Business Development Center

Need Effective Tools for Business Success? Want to Out-Perform Your Competitors?

We offer no-fee professional business consulting to pre- & existing business owners. We Offer a Continual Schedule of Affordable Workshops, Conferences, and Special Events. Each one is designed to teach practical, hands-on small business management skills.

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City of Twin Falls

Twin Falls is the county seat and largest city of Twin Falls County, Idaho, United States. Twin Falls is the largest city of Idaho’s Magic Valley region.

When you do business in Twin Falls, you won’t just attract local customers — the city is a hub for South Central Idaho and Northern Nevada. Known as a one-stop shopping spot, Twin Falls businesses have easy access to a broad base of clients and the support of a thriving Chamber of Commerce.

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Twin Falls County

Twin Falls County is a county in the south central part of the U.S. state of Idaho. As of the 2010 Census, the county had a population of 77,230. The county seat and largest city is Twin Falls. 

Twin Falls County is part of the Twin Falls, ID Micropolitan Statistical Area.

Prior to the 1860s, the Twin Falls County area was an unorganized part of Shoshone lands, then as part of the Oregon Country. The area was first organized as part of the original Owyhee County in 1864 as part ofIdaho Territory. In 1879 it was partitioned away from Owyhee County to form part of Cassia County. The county is named for a split waterfall on the Snake River of the same name. The Snake River is the county’s northern boundary.

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