Convention and Visitors Bureau

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  • Thus, the marketing activity usually takes place or is directed outside the convention and visitors bureau's community.
  • Any revenue generated above the upper limit would have gone to the Convention and Visitors Bureau.
  • He is a member and past president of the Hagerstown-Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau.
  • As county executive, he helped create a regional arts commission, merge the county and city hospitals into one regional facility, and create a regional convention and visitors bureau.
  • The Modesto Convention and Visitors bureau report that the leading request for information is American Graffiti related.
  • For six years, he served as Chairman of NYC & Company, the city's official tourism marketing agency and convention and visitors bureau.
  • According to the Central Massachusetts Convention and Visitors Bureau, it is the largest automotive event on the East Coast.
  • Today maps are provided by the city of Richmond's Convention and Visitors Bureau for individuals to take walking tours of the historic zone.
  • The Evansville Convention and Visitors Bureau Center for History and Science gallery offers changing science and history exhibitions.
  • Tourism promotion is under the wing of the active Greenville Chamber of Commerce/ Convention and Visitors Bureau.
  • Jordan started his career as a busboy, eventually becoming a hotel manager and founding president of the Overland Park Convention and Visitors Bureau.
  • The Northern Kentucky Convention and Visitors Bureau used the museum's opening as part of their overall strategy to appeal to the "religious meeting market".
  • The headquarters of SolTrans and Vallejo Convention and Visitor's Bureau are located within the station as well.
  • One day later, agreement was reached between the Convention and Visitors Bureau, hotel and tourism industries and Museum Plaza officials regarding the tax proposal.
  • The official visitor and tourism information organization is the Corpus Christi Convention and Visitors Bureau.
  • Typically, a convention and visitors bureau provides information about a destination's lodging, dining, attractions, events, museums, arts and culture, history and recreation.
  • TID funds are usually managed by a nonprofit corporation, generally a Convention and Visitors' Bureau, hotel association, or similar destination marketing organization.
  • After a very successful career in hotel sales Calitri was asked to revitalize the Clermont County Convention and Visitors Bureau.
  • In addition to his elected offices, he was a legislative aide in the Michigan House and the executive director of the Bay County Convention and Visitors Bureau.
  • Its popularity since the 1970s is due to a promotional campaign by the New York Convention and Visitors Bureau, known now as NYC & Company.
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