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Valley Forge & Montgomery County Blur the Lines Between Past and Present

Just outside of Philadelphia, Valley Forge & Montgomery County is booming. “The Valley Forge region offers meeting planners versatility when selecting their meeting venues,” says Marc Kaminetsky, director of convention and tourism sales at the Valley Forge Convention & Tourism Board. “From full-service hotels to conference centers, the region has something for everyone. Montgomery County specializes in creating a memorable experience for all of your meeting attendees.”

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VFTCB Looking Forward to a Successful 2016

2015 is coming to a close, and the Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board is reporting that 2016 will likely be a strong for overnight stays at its area hotels.

Recently released metrics from the STR Global, a worldwide tourism data-analytics firm, show 2015 saw improvements across multiple fields:

Study Shows High Support For Montgomery County Facility

The King of Prussia District and the Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board recently released the findings of a study on the feasibility of a meetings and events center in Montgomery County, Pa.

Excitingly, the research shows the idea of a center with 125,000 square feet of space, including an exhibit hall, banquet hall and meeting rooms, is highly supported. The study also found that those in favor believed the facility would have a positive effect on the economic development of the county.

New Board of Directors President for VFTCB

The Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board recently announced the appointment of Richard J. Odorisio to the president of the CVB’s Board of Directors.

Odorisio, currently the COO of the Valley Forge Hotel Management Association, is replacing Former president Michael Bowman, who is now the VFTCB president.

VFTCB Honored with Four Awards of Distinction

The marketing and communications team at the Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board in Pennsylvania, received a number of awards in early June.

Dallas-based Association of Marketing and Communications Professionals doled out the awards, dubbed the Hermes Creative Awards, which are given out based on feedback from marketing and communications experts. The 2015 competition yielded 6,000 entries across the globe.

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