Publicity & Marketing

The Greater Baltimore History Alliance offers a variety of publicity opportunities to help our member museums to spread the word about their exhibits and events. We have our website, which offers member museums the opportunity to post blog stories and events to our calendar. We also have a Facebook page, where members can promote their events.

A print brochure has been created that includes all of the member museums, and we often partner on advertising and event sponsorship. By pooling our resources, we can make a much bigger splash together than we can by ourselves!

To request the current GBHA rack cards and business cards please contact the administrator Shauntee Daniels, info@baltimoremuseums.org or Amanda Davis, adavis@flaghouse.org

Share your events with the GBHA

Please download and complete the event submission form for inclusion on the GBHA calendar. Forms may be emailed to info@baltimoremuseums.org

Download the 2018 Member Event Submission Form or visit the Events Submission Page.

Attract visitors to your site and programs – share your events with VisitMaryland.org! 

Have an event that you want to promote? Make sure you add it to the VisitMaryland.org calendar. Follow these five easy steps to post your event to the VisitMaryland.org calendar.

1. Visit http://visitmaryland.org/events-calendar Take a minute to note how the calendar works. Be sure to check that your event is not already posted. Search by date/s or keyword.

2. Scroll down and click on “Add Event” under “SUBMIT Your Event”

3. If not registered, create an account. Returning users can login to manage or post new events.

4. Enter ALL required information, including event URL, and click “Save”

5. The Maryland Office of Tourism will review and publish your event to the calendar, usually within three business days.

Click HERE for full instructional document and event criteria. 

QUESTIONS?
For any questions or concerns regarding your event submission, email calendar@visitmaryland.org, or contact Kathi Ash at (410) 767-6341, or via email at kathleen.ash@maryland.gov.