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The Richmond Region has 18,000 sleeping rooms, the largest convention center in Virginia, a sleek new international airport and more than 400 years of history to dine in, shop through and explore.
During your attendees' free time, whether they're looking for shops or sports, architecture or history, culture or cuisine, or day or nighttime entertainment, the Richmond Region has something for every taste and budget. With more than 60 attractions, 11 malls, and one river with the only class IV rapids in an urban U.S. setting, it's always the perfect time to visit.
RMCVB offers award-winning services to assist in planning and marketing your meeting in the Richmond Region to ensure it is a complete success.
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"I had not been to Richmond, Va., since 1975 and was delighted with the revitalized city. The hotels were lovely and well able to accommodate our meeting needs. The new Convention Center was very impressive. Eating in the restaurants was a fun event in itself. I found Richmond to be a great destination for a meetings or pleasure. The RMCVB staff is outstanding!"
"As a meeting planner, I found working with the RMCVB, the Greater Richmond Convention Center and related hotels to be a pleasant, pain-free experience. From the beginning stages of the process, when negotiations were going on, the people with whom I was dealing were very responsive to ABWA's needs and to my requests. Their demonstrated attitude was one of a willingness to work together, and this was maintained up through the convention itself."
"My experience working with RMCVB has been very positive! They listen to my needs and deliver what I ask for. When I ask for assistance, I know it will be done thoroughly and I don't need to go behind to make sure it was done right. RMCVB does a lot of the time-consuming legwork necessary to plan a meeting/conference."
" The 2010 Utility Payment Conference was a huge success. It was the largest conference we have ever had, and we ended up with 38 booths and over 50 utility companies represented! The staff at RMCVB made me feel very welcome and went out of their way to show me the city and potential venues in the Richmond area. Many of our attendees took advantage of the opportunity and came in the weekend prior to the conference to explore the city. My experience was by far, the best service I have received from a convention and visitors bureau in the six years I've been planning our conferences. Your city was well represented-great job!"