Group Tour Magic
The Grand Island Convention & Visitors Bureau (GICVB) looks forward to sharing some of our grand hospitality with you and your group! We serve as your group tour storyteller, custom itinerary builder, receptive tour operator, and your best local resource.
The GICVB assist you from planning and tour building through your whole tour experience so you can enjoy a little more and worry a little less! We will surprise, entertain, and engage your group while providing scrumptious meals and breaks.
Some tour operators believe we possess a special CVB magic.
We do work our magic to produce memorable tours and we certainly do know how to pull a trick or two out of our Island hat!
You will be pleasantly surprised with our 100 tour, program, and entertainment selections. In addition, our tour themes include mystery, agricultural, historical, wildlife, holiday, manufacturing, cultural, soft adventures, culinary, shopping and just plain ole fun.
As the largest Nebraska community outside the eastern metropolitan area with a population of 50,000, there are a wide variety of choices for every group. Grand Island is easy to find since we’re smack dab in the middle of the country and half way to everywhere in the continental USA.
- Over 40 day-trip destinations
- Three byways with customized tours
- Five nationally recognized attractions and 25 recreational facilitie
- Award-winning events
- Historic Downtown complete with 1937 Art Deco Movie Theatre
- Step on guides and a personal welcome
- Promotional materials to help you sell the tours
- Give away items and trivia prizes
- 1,700 sleeping rooms with a hotel for every budget
- 100+ dining opportunities
Call Tricia today to start planning your Grand Island experience.
2424 S Locust St Ste C
Grand Island, NE 68801
“Tricia … most dedicated CVB person I've ever worked with!!!”
— Albina with Travel Tours Inc
“I have the opportunity to work with a lot of travel ‘professionals’… I don’t even remember half of them. This is not the case with Tricia Beem; she left a lasting impression on me and is truly the yardstick by which I evaluate the other professionals with whom I must deal. I wish I could bottle her manner and sell it to the other representatives of travel.”
—Karla Hynes, Iowa State Savings Bank