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Columbia CVB Achieves Reaccreditation Through International Destination Marketing Association

January 15, 2021

The Columbia Convention and Visitors Bureau (CCVB) was awarded the Destination Marketing Accreditation Program (DMAP) seal by Destinations International in recognition of the destination marketing organization’s (DMO) commitment to industry excellence and meeting the industry standard for performance and accountability of DMOs around the world. The CCVB has been accredited through DMAP since 2015 and […]

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The Saint Louis Chess Club is Holding Tournaments In-Person and Online

December 23, 2020

Located in Central West End, the Saint Louis Chess Club is now open to the public with limited hours of 12:00 PM to 8:00 PM every day!  With the announcement of the venue’s reopening, it also announced that it is holding club tournaments in-person and online!  Information on tournament dates can be found here. The Saint […]

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Saint Charles Convention Center is Still Facilitating Safe, Face-to-Face Events

December 17, 2020

Since reopening from COVID-19 in June, the Saint Charles Convention Center has been successfully hosting meetings and events in a safe environment. The SCCC has taken safe meetings to the next level with preventative measures including wearing of face masks, cleaning of touch points, and a great investment into healthier air quality. In September, a […]

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What does the show The Simpsons have to do with Springfield, Missouri?

November 6, 2020

By Astrid Zeppenfeld Nothing, really. But there is a reason The Simpsons lived in Springfield. At the government’s last count, there were 34 U.S. states with a city named Springfield and the only more common city name in the United States was Riverside. So for the show’s purposes, Springfield was an inconspicuous little town, seemingly […]

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Faces and Places: St. Charles Convention Center’s Debuts Atmos Air Tech

November 6, 2020

The St. Charles Convention Center debuted its AtmosAir technology to the public on September 22nd.  This event featured a presentation about the ionizing effects of AtmosAir, a rooftop tour that gave attendees a look at this system and a light networking reception with food and beverages. MM&E

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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Springfield, Missouri

October 29, 2020

Springfield is home to Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World, the first and largest Bass Pro store in the world. Get your outdoor gear at this beautifully decorated outdoor-themed store that’s visited by more than 4 million people annually. The Springfield Cardinals AA baseball games at Hammons Field are fun and inexpensive activities for group outings. […]

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The City with a Small-town Vibe: Springfield, Missouri

October 23, 2020

The way we meet in person might be changing, and there are more unknowns than we can count, but Springfield, Missouri will be here when you’re ready. The city with the small-town vibe, Springfield is nestled in the heart of the Ozarks with everything you need when planning your next in-person (or hybrid!) event, and […]

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People Update: Craig Hall

October 22, 2020

The Jefferson City Convention and Visitors Bureau (JCCVB) is pleased to announce its recent hire of Craig Hall, who joined the JCCVB team as the new Sports Sales Manager. Hall will lead the charge in attracting new sporting opportunities to Jefferson City while offering an extensive range of services to ensure the events are successful. […]

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