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Las Vegas: Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority

The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is the official destination marketing organization of Las Vegas and the surrounding Clark County Area.

Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) operates the Las Vegas Convention Center and Cashman Center and its board is the governing body of the Las Vegas Strip. The LVCVA brings visitors to Las Vegas and Clark County by promoting tourism, conventions, meetings and special events. The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is unlike a typical convention and visitors bureau in that it is not a membership-based organization. The LVCVA is a quasi-governmental agency. It was established by a state law, is funded by a county room tax and is governed by an autonomous board of directors. State law establishes the number, appointment and terms of the LVCVA’s board of directors.

It is the mission of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is to attract an ever-increasing number of visitors to Southern Nevada. As such, the LVCVA provides a vital service for the public by contributing to the growth of the economy in Southern Nevada. The LVCVA’s marketing efforts cover all of the more than 162,000 hotel and motel rooms in Southern Nevada, including Las Vegas and surrounding areas: Mesquite, Laughlin, and Boulder City (among others). For more about Las Vegas on MoniTourism, click here.

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