2024 has been off to a hot start. With world-class meetings and conventionsfestivals and sports events bringing more and more visitors to Raleigh and Wake County, we're excited to see what the summer has in store for us.

As GRCVB prepares to wrap up its fiscal year in June, we hope you'll join us for our Spring Tourism Talk Live at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, to recap some of our successes over the past fiscal year and share some new developments and initiatives. 

Tourism Talk Live is GRCVB's quarterly marketing update meeting where we share with our partners how we can work together better to promote leisure visitation to Wake County. We also invite partners to share updates from their businesses/organizations that might help others succeed in the future. This quarter's meeting will be on Thurs., May 23, 2024, beginning at 10am.

On top of our regularly scheduled programming, we'll also start our morning with a private learning/networking hour to experience Dueling Dinosaurs at the Nature Research Center's SECU DinoLab. Attendees will be allowed entry to the new lab at staggered times, every 15 minutes, with refreshments and our GRCVB presentation to follow on the fourth floor in the William G. Ross Jr. Environmental Conference Center.

Dueling Dinosaurs Tyrannosaur Skull

Click here to register for Spring Tourism Talk Live
(Due to limited space, this Tourism Talk Live will be capped at 100 attendees.)

The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences and the SECU DinoLab are located at 121 W. Jones St., Raleigh. Paid parking is available along the street as well as in the surface lot at 101 N. Wilmington St. or in the Green Square Parking Deck adjacent to the Nature Research Center at 120 W. Edenton St.

We ask all hospitality industry partners in Wake County to consider attending, and we look forward to seeing you at the museum!

Registration closes May 20, 5pm.