Grand Island Convention and Visitor Bureau’s goal is to keep our guests and tourism community healthy so we can continue to provide the best support and information to our partners and visitors. We are implementing steps to keep operations running smoothly while curtailing the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), such as having some staff work from home. We will do everything we can to minimize negative effects on the tourism industry in Grand Island.
Below are a few of the ways the convention and visitors bureau will be here for you. If you have specific concerns that aren’t covered here, email or call us with your questions.
Questions and support
The convention and visitors bureau will continue to follow all recommendations from the CDC (the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) and the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services while continuing to do everything in its power to grow the tourism economy and define Grand Island as a destination. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
Executive Director (email)
We will update this list as often as we can, but as quickly as decisions are being made it may not be the most accurate one available.
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