Rapid City Convention And Visitors Bureau Press Releases
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Rapid City Convention And Visitors Bureau Information
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The Rapid City CVB is a division of the Rapid City Area Chamber of Commerce. The CVB%u2019s mission is to market the Rapid City area as a convention and leisure destination and to promote economic growth that will enhance the area for visitors and residents.
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The RCCVB has created a mobile version of its website accessible at m.visitrapidcity.com. Another way the RCCVB is making travel to the area more interactive is by adding mobile barcodes to the new Visitors Guide and other marketing materials.
The Rapid City Sports Council has awarded seven grants to area sports organizations and event coordinators. The more than $18,000 in grants will be used to support the marketing efforts of sporting events held in Rapid City.
Newly released information shows significant increases in visitor spending in Pennington county for 2010. Over $304 million was spent in the Rapid City area by visitors last year, an 11.5% increase from the previous year.
The Black Hills Stock Show and Rodeo will begin on Thursday, Jan. 27 and wrap up on Sunday, Feb. 6. featuring PRCA rodeos, one of the region's largest trade shows, livestock sales and competitions and ranch rodeos at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center.
Occupancy rates, travel sales and booked travel packages to Rapid City, SD all saw substantial increases in June, July and August of 2010. These increases signal positive results for the peak tourism season.
The United States Tennis Association has selected Rapid City, S.D. to host its Segment III National Championship Tournament on Sept. 2,3 and 4, 2011. United States Tennis Tournament, Rapid City Convention & Visitors Bureau, Tennis.
2010 has been designated the "Year of Unity" by Gov. Mike Rounds. The goal of the designation is to improve understanding, cooperation and peace among all races and cultures. In Rapid City, where many activities have been organized for the Year of Unity, the Black Hills Pow Wow is seen as a culminating event.