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Ad Sales End Soon for 2020 Visitors Guide

Advertising sales end soon for the 2020 Visitors Guide so don’t delay if your marketing efforts include targeting visitors to the city. A variety of businesses advertise in Convention & Visitors Bureau publications, on the website and at the tourist information center and Expo Center. It’s a great way to reach out to visitors who […]
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Welcome New Partners!

A variety of businesses advertise in Convention & Visitors Bureau publications, on the website and at the tourist information center and Expo Center. It’s a great way to reach out to visitors who are in the city for events, vacations and business. Businesses that recently partnered with the CVB include: Gettin’ Basted College Street Cafe […]
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Welcome New Partner!

A variety of businesses advertise in Convention & Visitors Bureau publications, on the website and at the tourist information center and Expo Center. It’s a great way to reach out to visitors who are in the city for events, vacations and business. We welcome Spring Branch Kombucha, which recently partnered with the CVB and look […]
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Marketing Opportunities Abound at the CVB

A variety of businesses advertise in Convention & Visitors Bureau publications, on the website and at the tourist information center and Expo Center.
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Welcome New Partners

The Convention & Visitors Bureau promotes local businesses to visitors in a variety of ways, including a visitors guide, website, displays at the tourist information centers, etc. We welcome the following businesses that recently partnered with the CVB to reach out to visitors. They are: Hibiscus Jerk Hut The Pickwick Co. Tropical Smoothie The Sound […]
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2019 Visitors Guide Sent to Printer

Advertising sales for the 2019 Visitors Guide have ended and the publication was sent to the printer. Thank you to everyone who placed an ad in the magazine that’s distributed to people who request information about the city, at group events and other locations. Along with the Visitors Guide, the CVB has marketing opportunities at […]
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Visitors Guide Going to Printer Early This Year

The 2019 Visitors Guide will go to print a month earlier than in the past so don’t delay if you want to advertise in the magazine-style publication. The guide is one of many ways your business can reach out to visitors. It’s mailed to people who request information and distributed at the CVB’s information centers, […]
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Ad Sales Underway for 2019 Visitors Guide

The marketing department sales staff members at the Convention & Visitors Bureau are selling ads left and right for the 2019 Visitors Guide. Businesses that want to be in the guide next year shouldn’t delay because the print deadline has been moved up and production of the guide has already begun. Along with the Visitors […]
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Advertising Sales Underway for 2019 Visitors Guide

The new Ozarks Tap and Pour Craft Beverage Tour booklet is now available and advertising sales for the 2019 Visitors Guide, event guides and other marketing materials targeting visitors are underway. Businesses that recently partnered with the Convention & Visitors Bureau to target visitors include: Bubba’s BBQ Tropical Liqueurs 37 North Expeditions Crown Valley Distillery […]
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Welcome New Partners!

The Convention & Visitors Bureau offers a variety of ways for local businesses to market to visitors, including advertising programs available on the CVB website, in the annual Visitors Guide and others. A new publication in production is a local craft beer, distillery and winery guide that should go to print soon. The bureau also […]
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