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Tucson Visitors Bureau Wins 2011 Gold Service Award from Meetings & Conventions Magazine
Meetings & Conventions magazine has awarded the Metropolitan Tucson Convention & Visitors Bureau a 2011 Gold Service Award for outstanding service to meeting professionals. This is the 23rd time the MTCVB has received the honor.
Every year, the readers of M&C award domestic and international CVBs the Gold Service distinction. Relying on their extensive industry experience in both corporate and association markets, M&C's readers made selections based on key criteria including: professionalism of staff; support on hotels and site inspections;
"It's an honor to be recognized by meeting planners from around the United States as one of the best CVBs in the country," said Rick Vaughan, MTCVB Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "Our staff is passionate and dedicated to delivering outstanding and memorable service for every group we host in Tucson and Southern Arizona."
A dedication to quality service is the key to maintaining customers and is also the key to winning Meetings & Conventions' Gold Service Award. This prestigious award honors Convention & Visitors Bureaus that have excelled in professionalism and dedication in their service to meeting professionals.
A complete list of winners will be featured in Meetings & Conventions's Gold Awards issue published in November 2011.
The MTCVB is an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the Tucson and Southern Arizona area as a convention, visitor and film production destination. It is financially supported by the City of Tucson, Pima County, the Town of Oro Valley and its nearly 600 individual and business members.
Go to visitTucson.org or call 1-800-638-8350 for more information.
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The mission of the Metropolitan Tucson Convention and Visitors Bureau is to drive and enhance the economic prosperity of the metro Tucson area by promoting, selling and marketing the region for meetings, conventions and leisure-based tourism.