Visit Phoenix issues statement following Gov. Jan Brewer's veto of SB 1062.
Visit Phoenix sent a letter to Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer urging her to veto Arizona Senate Bill 1062.
Descubre Phoenix, metropolitan Phoenixâs official visitor center in Northern Mexico, recently celebrated its grand re-opening after relocating to a newer, busier location in Hermosillo. The south-of-the-border visitor center is an extension of the destination marketing organizations in Arizona, such as the Arizona Office of Tourism and Visit Phoenix. Visitor-information specialists at Descubre Phoenix also book hotel and resort accommodations and sell tickets to sporting events and concerts in Greater Phoenix.
Visit Phoenix continues to boost its sales efforts and keeps the convention business strong with two major groups, AHCA and NPMA, hosted at Phoenix Convention Center (PCC) this month. Both groups are expected to bring a combined total of more than 7,000 delegates.
Canadian news and media outlets, as well as travel agents, have been briefed on the latest destination updates for visitor travel to Greater Phoenix this winter.
Off the helm of a recent Washington, D.C. sales blitz, Visit Phoenix boosts its efforts with the recent reorganization of its sales staff.
Readers of Meetings & Conventions magazine have bestowed the prestigious Gold Service Award on Visit Phoenix (formerly the Greater Phoenix Convention & Visitors Bureau) for the 23rd consecutive year.
Commuters hailing a cab or waiting for public transit in Washington D.C. this month are likely to get a glimpse of iconic Phoenix imagery before their trip commences. Visit Phoenix (CVB) is blitzing the D.C. area with a transit-based advertising buy that includes mini-billboards atop taxis and digital posters in transit stations. The ads showcase Visit Phoenixâs âThis is Phoenixâ ad campaign, which is built around dramatic photography of Greater Phoenix outdoor activity in the Sonoran Desert.
Highlights from the 2013 Visit Phoenix Annual Meeting
Thanks to the debut of the PHX Sky Train, visitors arriving at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport can now travel to downtown Phoenix for $2, in about 20 minutes, without burning an ounce of gasoline.
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