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FACVB wins Readers’ Choice Award

By Staff Report, posted 2 months ago

Fayetteville Area Convention and Visitors Bureau has been selected once again to receive the 2021 Readers' Choice Award, an award given by the readers of ConventionSouth Magazine. 

 

“ConventionSouth readers and fans have voted to decide the best meeting sites in the South, and it is no surprise to us that Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau has been selected to receive our annual Readers’ Choice Award,” said ConventionSouth Associate Publisher Ashleigh Osborne. “The value in receiving this prestigious recognition is that it comes from the United States’ top meeting professionals who hold events in the South. These planners demand the highest level of customer service and quality facilities, and they have contributed in determining that FACVB indeed displays the commitment to professionalism, creativity, and service that they require.” 

 

Nominees are selected by meeting professionals who “nominated the meeting sites they believe provide exemplary service for group events,” according to an FACVB press release. Through an online ballot, those professionals can vote on the best of the best. FACVB has won the award seven times. 

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