Visit NC 365 Conference CANCELED
Visit NC 365 Conference CANCELED due to Governor and NCDHHS's recommendation regarding COVID-19
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services and the Governor have recommended that public gatherings or events of more than 100 people be canceled or rescheduled. As such, the Visit NC 365 Conference in Asheville, which had been scheduled for March 22-24, has been canceled. As an alternative, the major elements of the conference will be provided to partners online during the same timeframe as the conference.
Through April we are hosting a series of webinar programs that provide updates on the status of the industry, share timely consumer research insights, highlight crisis response efforts and recovery plans, share best practices in PR and social media, and introduce our co-op marketing program.
Watch: Hosting Safe Events and Festivals
Originally streamed: September 30, 2020
Visit NC shared information about hosting safe events during the COVID-19 pandemic and provided examples of ways some festivals within the state have pivoted. The webinar also included an update on new marketing initiatives incorporated into the ongoing Count On Me NC program.
For those of you that were registered for the conference, here are the details on cancellation.
- Everyone will receive a 100% refund for registration. It will be processed automatically, so you don't have to do anything or call anyone.
- If you have already cancelled and were charged $50 for registration processing, that will also be refunded to you. No need to call or email.
- Refunds will be credited to the original form of payment within 2-3 weeks.
- Please remember to cancel your hotel rooms. We do not process any of those cancellations. You need to call someone on those. Call 800-438-5800 to release your room at the Omni Grove Park Inn and to ensure refunds of your deposit. Or you could go ahead and spend some time at the Omni Grove Park Inn anyway.
We’re looking forward to seeing you at next year’s conference March 21–23, 2021, in Hickory.