Tag - Attractions

Tourism Talk Live and Dueling Dinosaurs

Friday, April 19, 2024, 12pm by visitRaleigh

2024 has been off to a hot start. With world-class meetings and conventions, festivals 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...

The Visit NC Farms App

Friday, March 15, 2024, 12pm by visitRaleigh

GRCVB often shares various opportunities for partners to reach visitors to Raleigh/Wake County. And this week we are highlighting an opportunity for our farm-related partners—the Visit NC Farms app ("Visit NC" not to be confused with our statewide tourism organization, Visit North...
Even in 2019, GRCVB was touting Wake County's booming beer scene thanks, in part, to passage of the Craft Beer Distribution and Modernization Act. A pandemic, a recovery and a few years later, the craft beer scene is as strong as ever and still a vital part of visitation to Raleigh, N.C. To...
Are you a CVB partner in Wake County that provides a service to meetings, conventions and events? Are you looking to get more involved in the community, meet some peers and learn how to collaborate across industries to the benefit of arriving groups? Well, do we have the event for you! GRCVB's
Last week GRCVB released its calendar year-end Wake County Tourism Industry Report, highlighting key performance indicators and hospitality tax collections that continued their upward trajectory throughout 2023. In case you missed it, we're republishing the great news here on the Tourism Talk
If you are familiar with GRCVB, you might have heard of or attended Tourism U, an advocacy program focused on tourism and destination education. If not, we would love to meet with you and your team. (Email us here if you're interested in setting up a Tourism U 100 session for your staff!) We...

Wake County's Five Meeting Districts

Friday, February 02, 2024, 12pm by visitRaleigh

Raleigh and Wake County boast hundreds of options for meeting and event planners, be it venues and hotels for the business functions themselves or restaurants and attractions for arriving groups before/after their functions. To simplify our geography as well as our many business listings for

2024 Visitors Guide Is Out Now!

Friday, January 26, 2024, 12pm by visitRaleigh

Right on time for visitors to start planning their trips this year, the 2024 Official Visitors Guide to Raleigh, Cary and Wake County is hot off the presses and ready to promote area hospitality partners and inspire visitors! The Official Visitors Guide to Raleigh, Cary and Wake County is...
Just as Raleigh and Wake County continue to grow, GRCVB is growing within its ranks. Last week we welcomed Abigail Bekele to the Bureau as our social media coordinator. She will be working alongside assistant director of marketing and communications Michael Robson to execute new and exciting social