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Destination: Sioux Falls
New BID enables CVB to promote the community
A new fee paid by visitors will help boost the marketing reach of the Sioux Falls Convention & Visitors Bureau, which will mean more dollars in the community by increased visitor traffic and more room nights in Sioux Falls hotels.

After months of preparation work by local visitor industry representatives, the BID (Business Improvement District) fee went into effect in January 2011. The fee is a $2 per room, per night charge for hotel guests staying in Sioux Falls properties with more than 40 rooms. The fees collected will be used by the CVB to promote Sioux Falls. A BID Board of Directors oversees the money collected through the BID. ... Read Full Story

Chair's Column

Dave RozenboomChamber provides tools for progress
Spring in Sioux Falls means progress. More than just the return of buds on trees, we can see it in the construction cones on city streets, the number of events scheduled on any given date and renewed focus on planning for our community's future.

Perhaps no organization knows better than the Chamber how important it is to maintain our quality of life in the Sioux Falls area. Seeing the progress taking place throughout the community, it's refreshing to see a high-level of energy and excitement about what's next in our community's future. ...Read Full Story

Other News

State Theatre kicks off community appeal campaign

May 24 School Board election uses new technology

Chamber provides business leaders to analyze Sioux Falls School District budget

Leadership Sioux Falls to graduate 25th class

Tickets available for 2011 Visitor Industry Luncheon

Businesses invited to attend conference on innovation in a changing marketplace

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