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Power of Travel


Check out this video about the Power of Travel from the U.S. Travel Association: http://bit.ly/RGULjZ

Economic Impact Study of Moving a Season of Football Outside of BCS


Texas A&M home football games generate a massive economic impact in Brazos County. The incremental direct spending of fans, media, sponsors, and teams associated with home games tallied $120 million in economic activity in 2011. The average incremental direct spending generated by a Texas A&M home game was $17 million in 2011.

Economic Impact of Moving Football Games


The Convention & Visitors Bureau has hired Oxford Economics to quantify the potential economic impact of playing a football season outside of Brazos County. This decision could incur massive losses to local businesses, households, and government.

Read more about what local business owners said how this would effect their business.

The Eagle


Tourism Savings Showdown


Today Mayor Jason Bienski and Mayor Pro Tem Dave Ruesink competed head-to-head in the annual Tourism Savings Showdown hosted by the Bryan-College Station Convention and Visitors Bureau at the new Bryan HEB.  Hospitality Celebration

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Hospitality Celebration 


A bellman who helped a Bryan-College Station visitor in need was recognized Thursday as a Hometown Hero.

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Brazos Valley Bowl


Blinn College to host NJCAA "Brazos Valley Bowl"

Kyle Field is, of course, home to the Texas A&M Aggies but come next December the stadium will be home to the first ever "Brazos Valley Bowl" presented by Blinn College, a National Junior College Bowl game.

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Aggieland Shines as NCAA Tournament Host


College Station played host to NCAA postseason basketball on March 17-19, when A&M, Arkansas, Dayton and Albany competed for the right to advance to the Sweet 16 in the Raleigh Region. The hometown Aggies eventually won, squeaking past Arkansas in a 61-59 thriller. The game provided a fitting finale to all the hard work Miller and his large team of volunteers put in to host the event. The group coordinated everything, from seating and arranging team hotels to extensive media relations and behind-the-scene organization.

Aggieland has played host to NCAA championships in swimming, indoor track, soccer, volleyball, tennis, golf and baseball, among others, and the local community was again on fine display with postseason basketball in town. Hoops fans in Bryan-College Station purchased more tickets than all but one of the 15 other opening weekend sites. Saturday's opening round of games drew 6,407, and Monday night-despite a late start time of 8:30p.m.-was attended by 6,185. Only Notre Dame drew bigger crowds, and A&M blew away attendance numbers from places like Bridgeport, Conn. (4,372) and College Park, Md. (4,857) where higher-seeded teams played close to home.

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Hilton Renovations


The Hilton College Station Hotel & Conference Center, held a grand re-opening gala for the public to celebrate the completion of $5 million in renovations.

Upgrades made to the Hilton College Station include a complete re-work of the hotel's 303 guest rooms including new flat screen TVs, carpet, drapes and furniture made from dark cherry wood. The corridors, lobby and 27,000 square feet of meeting space has been upgraded with new carpet and millwork for a more contemporary, Texas flair with black, red and orange accents. The landscaping, pool and exterior of the building have been improved and new lighting has been installed in the hotel parking lot.

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7on7 Back for Another Year


The State 7on7 tournament will be at Texas A&M University for at least one more year. This year marks the 15th year the tournament has been held in Bryan-College Station. The estimated economic impact of having the tournament in the community is just under $1 million.

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163rd Episcopal Council


The public is invited to attend the 163rd Episcopal Council. Visitors can enjoy craft vendors, choirs, religious services, and more.

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Funding Sports Events


College Station Considers Using Hotel Taxes to Attract Sporting Events

Destination Development Report


Recently the Bryan-College Station Convention & Visitors Bureau contracted with Indigo Resource Group to perform a five-part consulting project designed to improve effectiveness and efficiency of hotel occupancy tax investment and develop specific metrics to track the performance of this investment. The following are the results of this study.

Bryan-College Station Destination Development Report (pdf 3.32 MB)

Discounted Hotel Rates


Bryan-College Station hotels are offering discounted room rates to fire evacuees

Hometown Heroes


The Bryan-College Station Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) proudly announces the Hometown Hero Award recipients for this year.

The Heart Truth's Red Dress Collection and First Ladies Red Dress Collection


The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum's Ansary Gallery will be in the center of the spotlight beginning Oct. 1, 2010, presenting "The Heart Truth's Red Dress Collection and First Ladies Red Dress Collection."

Expo Expansion Press Release


Expo Expansion

The Brazos County Expo begins construction on expanding its facilities!

Stark Galleries Introduces the Creative Photograph in Archaeology


The J. Wayne Stark Galleries at Texas A&M University is proud to introduce The Creative Photograph in Archaeology: from the Traveling Photographers of the 19th Century to the Creative Photography of the 20th Century, scheduled to open Thursday, August 27 and run through Wednesday, October 7.

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