Tag - GRSA

Report from Dennis Edwards, September 2018

Friday, September 21, 2018, 2pm by visitRaleigh

The completion of the Destination Strategic Plan (DSP, the research and planning phase of the project) and the launch of Destination 2028 (the implementation phase) have made us at GRCVB more aware of the desire that we have as well as the need to keep our partners, stakeholders and elected
Last Thurs. at our Annual Meeting, GRCVB, along with hospitality-industry consultant Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), unveiled the results of the Destination Strategic Plan (DSP) to grow tourism in Wake County to more than 21 million visitors annually by 2028. We thank those who attended and heard about
We have been sending invitations, emails and other updates these last few weeks about GRCVB's 2018 Annual Meeting, Thurs., Aug. 16, at the Raleigh Convention Center. Ticket sales are closed, so unless you already have a ticket, you will have to wait for the full report to be published online....
Perhaps not as hotly anticipated as Incredibles 2 yet the unveiling and launch of the Wake County Destination Strategic Plan at GRCVB's Annual Meeting on Aug. 16, 2018, will be an event you won’t want to miss. After more than a year of examining our area and its strengths as a tourist...

More Developments on the Horizon

Sunday, April 15, 2018, 6pm by visitRaleigh

We told you earlier in the year about some of the new projects in the area that we have been looking forward to sharing with visitors. Some of these are ready (the new parking deck at The Dillon is open, the ribbon-cutting at Union Station is scheduled for April 30, 2018, and Wahlburgers is poised

Talking Sports with Dupree

Monday, April 02, 2018, 6am by visitRaleigh

We all know we live in area that’s all about its sports—especially this time of year. And you probably know that the Greater Raleigh Sports Alliance (GRSA) is the sports marketing arm of the Greater Raleigh CVB. But here are few things you may not know about sporting events in the...
For years we’ve branded the “smarts” of Raleigh and Wake County. From our talented residents and authentic experiences to our innovative companies and a world-class concentration of universities and colleges, we make a pretty strong case for declaring ourselves a thriving...