Bureau Books 69 Events for Cumberland County
Cumberland County, NC– The Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau (FACVB) closed the third quarter of the 15/16 fiscal year with a tally of 69 future meetings, tournaments and group tours booked for Cumberland County in the coming months and years. These events, which represent 26,500 room nights at county hotels, will impact Cumberland County’s economy at just over $5.8 million.Read More
Fayetteville to Host One of the Largest Mime Conferences in the United States
Fayetteville, NC – Ministries and individuals from thirty states and two countries are attending one of the largest mime conferences in the United States April 28th through April 30th in Fayetteville, NC.
Over 1,700 people are expected to attend the three-day conference, which is held at Simon Temple AME Zion Church. Conference attendees receive training in the artistry of mime.Read More
Cumberland county hotels announce updates, awards and more
Cumberland County, NC – In 2015, hotels in Fayetteville, Spring Lake and Hope Mills added services, renovated their properties and won awards.
The Hilton Garden Inn Fayetteville/Fort Bragg received the prestigious 2016 Travelers’ Award from Trip Advisor for service. The property was ranked 20th in the United States for service they provide their guests. Travelers’ Choice award winners were determined based on the millions of reviews and opinions collected in a single year from TripAdvisor travelers worldwide.Read More
Successful Meetings Made in Cumberland County
Fayetteville, NC - More than simply a tourist destination, Fayetteville is the destination where North Carolina ratified United States Constitution. Today, Fayetteville and Cumberland County offer a special location for meetings, events or conferences. There’s a patriotic spirit running through thenine towns that encompass the community that unites everyone – whether you live here or are just passing through. Whether your event is a few hours or a few days, you’ll find a wide range of unique activities and amenities your attendees need.Read More
Cape Fear Regional Theatre’s Downrange: Voices from the Homefront Brings National Talent to Fayetteville, NC
Fayetteville, NC—Cape Fear Regional Theatre (CRFT) brings an emotional play to life with its upcoming Downrange: Voices from the Homefront March 3-20, 2016. Downrange is a new play about how 9/11 has reshaped what it means to be a military family based on interviews with military spouses from Fort Bragg and the surrounding communities. Downrange is written by North Carolina playwright Mike Wiley, who also wrote The Parchman Hour.Read More