News Blog Category: CVB
Posted: 11/11/2020 - 3-Minute Read
As the nation and the meetings industry continue to grapple with the effects of COVID-19, the Lake George Regional Convention and Visitors Bureau (LGRCVB) pivoted its marketing efforts to develop an incentive program called "Meet Safely Now and Save." We recognize that "now" may not be the best time to meet,...
In our digital world, working with a regional Convention and Visitors Bureau can have significant benefits for event planners. Most CVB's work with local businesses and municipalities to help plan multiple events from business to sports and everything in between. Whether you are a local resident, frequent visitor or looking...
Youth sports, indoor dining and more return to the Lake George Area! New York has begun lifting restrictions on certain low-risk youth sports as we enter Phase 3 and look onward to Phase 4. At the Lake George Regional Convention & Visitors Bureau monthly meeting on June 18th, we heard...
On Thursday, April 16th, The Lake George Regional Convention & Visitors Bureau hosted their second monthly CVB meeting via Zoom conference call. There were 31 in attendance from across the region from various properties, sporting venues and we were grateful that Supervisors Legett, Bramer, Hogan, and Strough were able to...
Lake George NY - Industry advocates across the tourism and meetings industries from around the world, were set to once again celebrate Global Meetings Industry Day on April 14th, 2020. A time to recognize the importance of the meetings industry as a whole, the economic impact it has to communities...
Today at 10am, the Lake George Convention and Visitors Bureau hosted their first monthly meeting via Zoom, the online video communications platform. The Lake George Convention and Visitors Bureau, along with the Chamber of Commerce, were happy to host this platform to be able to provide the local hospitality industry...
After postponing last week's CVB meeting due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the CVB will host its next meeting on Monday, March 30th. For the first time, the CVB meeting will go virtual, via the video conference platform ZOOM. Through ZOOM, all participants can call in using their webcam or phone....
By Parker HamblinCVB Marketing/ Community Coordinator As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, many sporting events in The Lake George Area booked through the Lake George Regional Convention and Visitors Bureau have been impacted by either cancellations or postponments. We are diligently reaching out to the event rights holders and managers to rebook these...
UPDATE: Please call individual maple farms before you go to see if they are open. All other events listed below are going on as planned with extra sanitary precautions. Say goodbye to cabin fever this weekend and say hello to beautiful weather and endless activities. This weekend, in the Lake George...
Looking to get out this weekend? Cure your cabin fever with these fun ideas below! Enjoy free stew and gumbo at an encore Mardi Gras celebration on Leap Day. Lake George is the best place to celebrate outside of The Big Easy! Also coming up this weekend are horse-drawn carriage...
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