John Bettag, Vice President of Sales for the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission, says that the key is repeat business from conventions that have had a good experience in St. Louis.
Andrew Juelfs, founder of Discover Historic Waterloo, hosts events on the second Friday of each month in effort to create a tourism hotspot in Waterloo, Ill.
This year the CVC will be advertising heavily in Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Milwaukee in addition to Chicago, Louisville, Nashville and Memphis.
2012 was a good year for local tourism, but loss of Blues hockey is being felt.
Cold snap in the forecast ought to attract more feathered visitors.
Despite a down economy, Saint Louis is holding its own on the visitor and convention front.
The opening festivities on the Arch Grounds had a budget of up to $750,000.
So you’ve just arrived in St. Louis, and you want to see the best the city has to offer in just three days? Check out the St. Louis Gateway Arch, Ted Drewes Frozen Custard, the Saint Louis Zoo and Soulard Farmer’s Market.
Tourism, ag business expected to take a big hit while Missouri’s out of its banks.
Another group wants more money from cash-strapped state.