A successful SetJetters experience for the tourist/user is an exchange between our technology, and partnerships with regional tourism and local businesses.
Our partnerships bridge the gap between inbound SetJetters, and the local economy in a film tourist market measured in the billions.
Our Beyond The Frame expands the film tourist’s experience by suggesting local activities and services.
We already have 1,500 scenes and with 91,000+ movies out there we’re only scratching the surface of what’s possible. A global network of film tourists is growing on our app at a rate of 94% month over month, with the average user engaging the app for 7 minutes per day.
The SetJetters app can provide data on who visits and when. Our app also serves as an access point to these tourists, allowing us to deliver targeted ads specific to a local area, business, or interest group.
Select from the list below to explore our partnerships
Oregon Film Office and the Oregon Film Trail
SetJetters has partnered with the Oregon Film Office and the Oregon Film Trail.
With the Oregon Film Trail spanning over 30 film locations (and growing) and the state hosting over 500 film and TV productions, Oregon understands what it means to accommodate movie lovers who seek the real-life locations. This is why SetJetters is proud to be partnering with Oregon to elevate what we call the Reel to Real experience!
This partnership extends OF’s film trail initiative to digital scene locations and an interactive experience via a Setjetters QR code mobile app download.
What does SetJetters and Oregon Partnership mean?
- A QR code at every Oregon Film Trail marker allowing you to download the app for the exact scene locations.
- Discovery of local business, events, and services near the Oregon Film Trail marker and the scene location.
- The OFT physical map replicated on a digital map with icons and pop-up modals.
A SetJetters partnership just launched in Astoria Oregon with the Astoria Chamber of Commerce and the Oregon Film Museum. The 7 locations with QR codes see an average of 50 scans a day, per location.
SetJetters recognizes the scene location and the signs on the Oregon Film Trail sit on the ancestral homelands of the Grand Ronde, Cayuse, Umatilla, Walla Walla Nimiippu (Nez Perce) people, Kathlamet, Clatsop, Chinook, Siletz, Nehalem, Kalapuya, Tsankupi, Ahantchuyuk, Santiam, Cascades, Cowlitz, Tillamook, Yakina, Takelma, Winefelly, Suislaw, Chelamela, Numu (Northern Paiute), Umatilla, Cayuse, Yoncalla, Cow Creek Umpqua, Mechoopda, Koyom:k’awi (Konkow), Tenino, Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs and Atfalti people.