The staff at the Convention & Visitors Bureau is in the early stages of planning the 2021 Salute to Travel & Tourism and we need your input. Please take a moment to answer a short survey that will help guide us as we move forward. Thank you! Loading…
The Convention & Visitors Bureau and the Springfield Route 66 Visitor Center will be closed Dec. 24-25 and Dec. 31-Jan. 1 to observe the holidays. We hope you have a wonderful holiday season filled with cheer, and look forward to seeing you soon. Our regular hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.
Portions of U.S. 65 will be closed for a construction project throughout the summer with lane closures beginning on July 10. Southbound closings start on July 10 with completion by late July/early August Southbound closed between Kearney and Division streets week of July 10 Southbound closed between Division Street and Chestnut Expressway week of July
Happy holidays from the CVB staff to you! We hope you had a good year and wish you happiness and prosperity in 2017.
The Missouri Travel Council is seeking prizes for its annual Silent Auction and Internet Auction that begins during the Missouri Governor’s Conference on Tourism Oct. 4-6. The council’s auction sales are second to membership dues in providing the funding for programs and services. Annually, Missouri’s travel and tourism industry partners join forces and donate items
Calling all local chefs and professional cooks! Do you have what it takes to win $20,000? “Guy’s Grocery Games” on “The Food Network” is conducting a nationwide search for cooks who can make mincemeat out of the competition. Casting also is underway for the following special episodes: Firefighters, police officers, first responders and military veterans
Congratulations to CVB staffer Katie Johnson and her husband, Tim, on the birth of their beautiful baby girl on March 1. Gwenyth Mae Johnson weighed 8 pounds, 15 ounces and was 20 inches long. Welcome to the world, Gwenyth!
The Convention & Visitors Bureau for many years has operated a Welcome Center at the Springfield-Branson National Airport staffed by a group of dedicated volunteers. Those volunteers will continue welcoming guests to our city but when they’re not available, a new interactive kiosk will allow visitors to obtain information about the area when the center
The staff of the Convention & Visitors Bureau extends condolences to the family and friends of former Sen. Emory Melton, who passed away Dec. 26. The esteemed senator was a long-time supporter of tourism in Missouri and served on the Missouri Tourism Commission from 1972 to 1992. He is the namesake of the Senator Emory