KANSAS CITY, Mo.-The Kansas City Convention & Visitors Association (KCCVA) announces four major convention bookings for future years. These groups represent civic, corporate, ecclesiastical and academic associations and will put a combined total of more than $17 million into the local economy.
Large conventions include:
Last month, The National Council of La Raza (NCLR), the largest national Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization in the US, announced KC as the host city for its 2015 annual conference, which will bring put more than $3 million into our local economy. This is the first time NCLR will host its annual conference in Kansas City.
About the Kansas City Convention & Visitors Association
The KCCVA is a non-profit organization whose mission is to ignite global passion for visiting Kansas City. Through marketing, sales and service of the convention and tourism industries, the KCCVA supports a vital and growing component of the economy. Locally, tourism generates 45,000 jobs and $4.5 billion in economic impact annually. For more information about Kansas City, go to VisitKC.com.