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Save the Date for the Coastal Virginia Hospitality Expo

Coastal Virginia Hospitality Expo 2018

When: February 1, 2018
Where: Virginia Beach Convention Center

Visit www.covahospitalityexpo.com for more information or view our informational flyer.

This is your opportunity to showcase new products and trends in the hospitality industry. This expo will feature over 150 vendors and breakout sessions with industry leaders Bruce Thompson, Barry DuVal, Duane Cummings and more. Door prizes will be raffled for attendees.

Interested in becoming a vendor at this year’s expo?

Please click here for more information and an application.

Current Participating Vendors

Click here for partnership opportunities and information.

Presented by the Virginia Beach Hotel Association and the Virginia Beach Restaurant Association.

VBHA Salutes the Military

The following participating hotels would like to offer military men and women the ability to book a night, get a night free during December 2017 – January 2018 (excluding holidays and based upon availability). Contact the hotels directly, not through a third party, to be eligible for this offer. Proof of military identification is necessary upon check-in.

See the list of participating hotels

Virginia Beach Ranks #1 Among Big U.S. Cities

Virginia Beach is one of the best big cities to live in, according to WalletHub. Key indicators were grouped into five categories: Affordability, economy, education and health, quality of life and safety. Virginia Beach came out at number one in multiple categories, with the highest home ownership rates, the lowest crime rates and the lowest percentage of its population living below poverty level.

http://hrscene.com/community/wallethub-virginia-beach-ranks-number-one-among-big-us-cities

Beachy Clean

Keep it Beach Clean!

The VBHA is a proud supporter of the Cigarette Litter Prevention Program funded by Keep America Beautiful and managed by Clean Virginia Waterways. By doing simple things like disposing of ALL litter properly and using outside cigarette butt receptacles, you too can help keep our beaches clean and our water quality healthy. For more information visit www.BeachyCleanVB.org.