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FARGO MOORHEAD CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU

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The vintage car rally makes a brief stop in Detroit Lakes on Saturday, before heading to Fargo, where the grand finale of the 2,300-mile will take place at the finish line on Broadway.
The 10,000-14,000-square-foot Business Resource Hub will be built just west of the Convention and Visitors Bureau near Interstate 94 and 45th Street South.
As the Fargo Marathon makes its return to the spring calendar, the event is expected to account for millions of dollars in direct visitor spending for the city. Kali Mork of the F-M Convention and Visitors Bureau figured the races could bring in between $1.4 million and $2.5 million.
Charley Johnson, head of the metro area's Convention and Visitors Bureau, received the Legend Award for Travel and Tourism Industry Leadership, while downtown's popular Broadway Square was lauded as “North Dakota's version of Rockefeller Center."
Hotel occupancy, rates and revenues recovering faster than expected, thanks to a return to in-person conventions, sporting events, the Convention and Visitors Bureau reports.
Imagine a stunning new $50 million science museum somewhere in our growing metro. This community has the money. Let's dream bigger.

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This will be the 7th year of the winter festival.
FARGO-As West Fargo leaders work on a proposal to build a $20 million convention center, Fargo still should pursue building its own convention center, according to Charley Johnson.The president and CEO of the Fargo-Moorhead Convention and Visitor...
Name: Stephonie BroughtonPosition: Sports and events manager for the Fargo-Moorhead Convention and Visitors Bureau.Her story: Broughton admits she's a little odd in that she really likes planning events and working with planning committees.Brough...

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