GREENVILLE, Pitt County - Visit NC 365 Conference on Tourism which is hosted by the Greenville-Pitt County Convention & Visitors Bureau and Greenville Hospitality Partners began at the Greenville Convention Center. The annual conference started Sunday March 19 and is scheduled to end on Tuesday, March 21.
Visit NC 365 is one of North Carolina's premier travel industry events. The multi-day conference brings more than 500 state's tourism industry leaders together for opportunities to learn about new travel trends and issues, hear from industry experts, network with other travel professionals and media partner. It would also allow them preview upcoming Visit North Carolina strategic marketing initiatives as well as experience the culture and hospitality of various parts of our state.
"Hosting the Visit NC 365 Conference in Greenville is a major step forward in our efforts to be one of the leading hospitality destinations across the state of North Carolina," stated Andrew Schmidt, Executive Director of the Greenville-Pitt County Convention & Visitors Bureau.
"The CVB and our hospitality partners have prepared an outstanding experience for attendees and we are excited to share with them the many changes that have taken place in Greenville and Pitt County," added Schmidt.
You can view the Visit NC 365 Conference Agenda for more information.
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