SALEM, Ohio — One of America’s top destinations will be inviting travel groups to visit when the Birmingham Convention and Visitors Bureau takes its message to delegates at the African American Travel Conference (AATConf) April 3–5. The Birmingham CVB will be hosting a breakfast meeting to inform delegates of the many new and exciting points of interest for their groups in Birmingham.
“We are so honored to have Birmingham at AATConf; they are a leader in group tourism and will enlighten our delegates on a great destination,” said the conference’s general manager, Jennifer Ferguson.
Birmingham has recently been named one of the “Top 22 Places To Go” by Conde Nast Traveler magazine. Sara Hamlin, vice-president of tourism at the Birmingham CVB, is an industry veteran who cut her teeth in the group travel market. Her direction in Birmingham helped the city develop tourism tools including Five Days in Birmingham, a suggested itinerary for groups, as well as individuals, visiting the area.
If you would like to experience the Birmingham message, please contact Cassandra Blankenship at 800-628-0993 or visit aatconline.com.