It seems that convention and visitors bureaus get a bad rap from corporate meeting managers. The gripes: CVBs are too association-focused, they take care of only citywides, they don't value corporate business, they send leads to every member hotel including many that are clearly inappropriate, their response time is slow, they have a limited scope of services, and they don't work with hotel companies' national sales offices. It's quite a list of objections. But a panel of CVB heavies ...

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