There are many ways for businesses and organizations to work with the Quad Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau. We grow the local economy through visitor spending their dollars in the Quad Cities area. The tourism industry supports over 7,000 jobs the Quad Cities. Over 1 million people visit the Quad Cities each year.
The Quad Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau is the official destination marketing organization to promote and market the Quad Cities area to visitors. The Quad Cities CVB is a partner-based organization so join us to promote your organization to millions of visitors each year!
Check out this simple guide to CVB partnership!
To become an active partner of the QCCVB and to show your support for regional tourism, check out the partnership enrollment form
If you have questions, please contact Molly Otting Carlson at 309-736-6822 or email@example.com
The QCCVB serves the tourism interests of Scott County in Iowa and Rock Island, Mercer, Warren and Henderson Counties in Illinois.
Join us for our Annual Meeting breakfast on Wednesday, September 12, featuring keynote speaker Bill Geist of DMOproz. Bill will share compelling new research about the "Halo Effect" and case studies on how tourism is connected to our regional priorities and community goals as it relates to Q2030.
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Here's just a sampling of the key marketing tools and benefits of the basic partnership level has to offer you:
Mission of the Quad Cities CVB
The QCCVB is the official tourism destination marketing and management organization for the Quad Cities region. The organization serves the tourism interests of Scott County, IA, and Rock Island, Mercer, Warren, and Henderson Counties in IL, joined by the Mississippi River.
The QCCVB increases visitor expenditures and overnight stays through strategic sales, marketing and services to our customers, members, and communities. We promote and package our destination to attract and meet the needs of meetings and conventions, group tours, sporting events and competitions, special interest groups and the leisure traveler.