What is a Convention & Visitors Bureau?
According to Destinations International, a Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) is defined as: “a not-for-profit organization charged with representing a specific destination, and most are largely funded by hotel occupancy taxes.”
“CVBs give planners access to a wide range of services within their destinations, including but not limited to: arranging site inspections, checking hotel and meeting space availability, and linking planners to expert local service providers. CVBs and their destination experts serve as extensions of your planning team.”
About the FM CVB
We are your go-to source for anything happening in the Fargo-Moorhead area! The Fargo-Moorhead CVB is fully funded by a lodging tax paid for by visitors staying in area hotels and has a board of directors that governs the organization.
At the Fargo-Moorhead CVB, the organization is split into 4 departments: Convention Sales, Sports Sales, Marketing, and Admin. Learn more about the staff on our Staff page.
The Fargo-Moorhead-West Fargo CVB works to position our distinctive community as a desirable destination and gateway to the region and nation, resulting in a superior Quality of Life for its residents.
The Fargo-Moorhead-West Fargo CVB will be the respected authority on Tourism as an Economic Development strategy that enhances the Quality of Life for the region.
The Fargo-Moorhead-West Fargo CVB will collaboratively develop and promote a shared community vision to enhance the attractiveness of the region for visitors and residents alike.
Start with YES
We know we can’t do everything, for everyone who asks, but we often can find a way to help, and we always want to have the opportunity to try.
We have a willingness to collaborate with our many community partners to help move our communities forward as attractive places to visit and to live.
We are here to let the world know what a wonderful place this is, not just for visitors, but for any who might think about making this their home.