About the Columbia County Convention and Visitors Bureau
So what is the CCCVB and what do we do? Tourism is our job. We serve as the storytellers of our community. With the launch of two new hotels in 2016, we now tout nearly 1,200 hotel rooms in Columbia County. With the passing of the General Obligation Bond we will see the expansion of the Euchee Creek Greenway, new parks, a cultural center, history museum and many more lifestyle projects. Not to mention the excitement around new developments like Mullins Colony and The Plaza.
It is no secret Columbia County is thriving. While these are great local attractions, they also draw visitors. The CCCVB plays a vital part in telling the story of that growth by implementing successful destination marketing strategies. It is our job to attract visitors, meetings, groups and events which generate overnight lodging in Columbia County. While here, these visitors spend dollars on gas, food/beverage, lodging and retail sales. We do this through three main initiatives, which are:
- Drive Increased Overnight Room Demand - perpetuates growth of the travel industry, jobs and provides the broadest possible economic impact
- Product Development to Sustain Long-Term Growth - Support the development of a long-range development master plan for the County that addresses all aspects of the resident and visitor experience. Create a better place to live, work and visit. Create a vision for Columbia County as a destination in 2030.
- CCCVB ROI Tracking and Reporting - CCCVB will develop tracking tools and a dashboard to show the ROI of CCCVB programs and the emphasis on driving demand during need periods. CCCVB will provide a wide range of research and analytics to maintain a steady focus on results producing activities
Please use the following links to find more information about Columbia County, and City of Grovetown and the City of Harlem, and some of our attractions.
- Columbia County Government
- City of Grovetown
- City of Harlem
- International Disc Golf Association
- Evans Towne Center Park/Lady Antebellum Amphitheater
- Laurel & Hardy Museum
“We’re here” for you. Please contact us at the Columbia County Convention & Visitors Bureau with any questions you may have about enjoying our area’s attractions.