The Beaumont Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) is proud to announce its winnings in the Texas Association of Convention & Visitors Bureaus (TACVB) Idea Fair at the organization's annual conference in El Paso.

Stephanie Molina, Director of Marketing said, "We are truly honored to bring home these awards from the Texas Association of Convention & Visitors Bureau Annual Convention. It is an absolute pleasure to market Beaumont and it means so much to be recognized by our peers and by the judges for these programs. We are thrilled!"

Beaumont CVB Awards at TACVB:

  • People's Choice: Cooperative Marketing - Trailblazer Project
  • People's Choice: National Travel & Tourism Week Promotion
  • Judges Choice: Cooperative Marketing - Trailblazer Project

The TACVB Annual Conference allows employees from Convention & Visitors Bureaus throughout the state to come together for the purpose of education, networking, promotional idea inspiration and other important travel and convention related topics. In addition, attendees take part in an "Idea Fair" competition where each city presents idea boards displaying the different programs and campaigns they have created over the past year to promote their city to leisure travelers and meeting planners. Members then vote on a winning entry for each of the eight categories including: Advertising, Convention Promotion, Mobile Site/App, Web Site, Local Awareness Campaigns, Cooperative Marketing, National Tourism Week, Tourism Promotion and Sports Marketing.

The Texas Association of Convention & Visitor Bureaus is the largest association of CVBs in the nation and was organized in 1972 for the purpose of providing cooperative action to enhance and encourage the growth of the convention and visitor industry in Texas. Specifically, this is pursued by encouraging cooperation among Texas CVBs and the Texas travel industry; by maintaining standards of professionalism; by cooperating in the exchange of information between TACVB members; by developing an awareness of legislative action and unifying public relations activities and by providing educational opportunities. Learn more by visiting the TACVB website at