Rarely does the temperature in Beaumont drop below 40 degrees, much less get cold enough for SNOW, but on December 8, 2017, the majority of southeast Texans woke up to a glorious winter wonderland. Social newsfeeds were blowing up with pictures of snowmen, snow angels and the ever so wonderful snowball fight!  Each of us could depend on a text from at least one family member (or an excited phone call) to make sure we were fully aware of the snow and up to see it before it melted away. As the sun peeked through the clouds, the remnants of our snow-filled morning dwindled. Albeit

Americans are increasingly stressed out - and it’s no wonder why. After all, the United States is the most overworked nation in the world. We pull long hours on the job and struggle to balance work with play, family, and self care. One thing that might help? Taking a vacation. As it turns out, using those extra vacation days can actually be good for you. It’s been scientifically proven that taking vacations - especially ones that allow us to travel the world - has numerous mental and emotional health benefits. If you don’t have an opportunity to travel out of the United

There has been no busier year than 2017. Sometimes it seems like 24-hours doesn’t leave enough time in the day for work, errands, and quality time with the ones you love. Interestingly, when it comes to feeding you family, most baked goods and dinner items you see these days often come from local grocery stores or neighborhood restaurants due in large part to time constraints and pure convenience. Although we are grateful to have these easy options, nothing quite compares to a slow-cooked, homemade meal. With the holidays fast approaching, there is no better time to bring the family

Hurricane Harvey not only impacted South and Southeast Texas, but Texas as a whole. People from all across the great state as well as the world felt its impact, which is why Austin-based photographer Julia Robinson felt the need to offer her services to those affected. As a photojournalist and multimedia producer, Robinson travels all over Texas photographing and producing content for editorial, corporate and non-profit clients. As a member of the Austin Photo Night group, Robinson and other photojournalist and freelance photographers meet once a month to catch up and show their work. When

Registration is the first point of contact with your meeting attendees and a smooth check-in process keeps excitement levels high and sets the tone for a great event. Straight from the Horse’s Mouth Create your registration form that requests ALL the information needed for Name Badges during your registration procedures. When the attendee provides their own contact details & any other information needed directly through the registration process, it saves you time and improves accuracy. Whether this is done manually or even better through an electronic software program, this

The holiday season is quickly approaching and you know what that means: SHOPPING. We know that sometimes the process can be taxing and finding the perfect gift can be hard, but we are happy to say that Beaumont has more than enough places to find exactly what you are looking for. Check out some of our favorite local stops for the best gifts. Bungalow Boutique With great service and amazing options, Bungalow offers the newest trends in women’s clothing and jewelry. Find the perfect outfit from head to toe for those favorite ladies in your life. Shopping has never been easier, so

In the South, football season welcomes parties almost every day of the week starting in September and lasting until the Super Bowl in February. When it comes to outdoor gatherings during the day or night, folks along the Neches River tend to congregate around the smoked meats while everything else follows suit.  With the Friday Night Lights in full force, we need enough tasty sustenance to feed a hungry team while maintaining our energy and enthusiasm for the three-hour game ahead.  With our list, we’ve got a few local recommendations to take your tailgate to the next level.

November is the time for family, friends and giving. The weather is great, everyone is getting ready for the holidays whether it be decorating, purchasing gifts or preparing to consume a lot of food. When you want to spend time outside of the house and get out in the community, Beaumont has all the events you need. Whether it be music, sports, performing arts or just fun family activities, we have your guide for all things November. First Thursday on Calder - November 2 First Thursday’s on Calder takes place in Downtown Beaumont at the Mildred Building and down Calder. With free live

Making meetings  in Beaumont,Texas the best they can be is what the Beaumont CVB Sales & Service Team is all about. Our clients’ success is of utmost importance to us and nothing makes us happier than seeing them satisfied. But don't just take our word for it, look at what some of our clients are saying:   "During three out of the last fifteen years, our local chapter of Vietnam Veterans of America has had the pleasure of hosting meetings of the VVA Texas State Council, which consists of more than 35 chapters from all over the State of

This year, the Sea Rim Striders host the 27th Annual Turkey Trot 5K, 10K, Kids and Special Needs 1K on Thanksgiving Day. The proceeds will benefit the Beaumont Rainbow Room, an in-house emergency supply center located within the Jefferson County Department of Family Services. In order to help out this organization, people need to register , so the Convention and Visitors Bureau is going to fill you in on how a Turkey Trot can be fun so we can see the biggest turnout yet. We know, we know, who really wants to go running on the day you plan to eat so much you can’t even move? Some may say