Celebrating tourism at CVB’s annual event


The Clinton County Convention and Visitors Bureau held its Annual Get Together Monday evening. Food for the event was donated by the Roberts Centre. “2015 was a positive year for tourism in Clinton County,” stated Executive Director Debbie Stamper in the annual report, which was available to all attending the event. “With an increase in the number of large events and the resurgence of leisure travelers, we saw a movement of people into the area as they spent money, enjoying themselves while visiting. Horse shows, dog shows, racing events and the Muddy Buddy’s Jeep Jam brought events of a sporting nature to the county… Tourism continues to grow in Clinton County on the heels of a rebounding economy and by ever-advancing our marketing efforts.”


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CCCVB President Doug DeVilbiss speaks to the attendees.


Jim Gumley photos

During the prize drawings are, from left, Clinton County Convention and Visitors Bureau President Doug DeVilbiss, Executive Director Dabbie Stamper and Bob Heyob of Horsefeathers Farm.


Jim Gumley photos

The annual event Monday evening was well-attended.


Jim Gumley photos

From left are Doug Little, Debbie Stamper, Doug DeVilbiss and Bob Heyob.


Jim Gumley photos

Attendees saw some of the economic impact numbers from tourism in Clinton County.


Jim Gumley photos

The Clinton County Convention and Visitors Bureau held its Annual Get Together Monday evening. Food for the event was donated by the Roberts Centre. “2015 was a positive year for tourism in Clinton County,” stated Executive Director Debbie Stamper in the annual report, which was available to all attending the event. “With an increase in the number of large events and the resurgence of leisure travelers, we saw a movement of people into the area as they spent money, enjoying themselves while visiting. Horse shows, dog shows, racing events and the Muddy Buddy’s Jeep Jam brought events of a sporting nature to the county… Tourism continues to grow in Clinton County on the heels of a rebounding economy and by ever-advancing our marketing efforts.”

CCCVB President Doug DeVilbiss speaks to the attendees.

During the prize drawings are, from left, Clinton County Convention and Visitors Bureau President Doug DeVilbiss, Executive Director Dabbie Stamper and Bob Heyob of Horsefeathers Farm.

The annual event Monday evening was well-attended.

From left are Doug Little, Debbie Stamper, Doug DeVilbiss and Bob Heyob.

Attendees saw some of the economic impact numbers from tourism in Clinton County.

The Clinton County Convention and Visitors Bureau held its Annual Get Together Monday evening. Food for the event was donated by the Roberts Centre. “2015 was a positive year for tourism in Clinton County,” stated Executive Director Debbie Stamper in the annual report, which was available to all attending the event. “With an increase in the number of large events and the resurgence of leisure travelers, we saw a movement of people into the area as they spent money, enjoying themselves while visiting. Horse shows, dog shows, racing events and the Muddy Buddy’s Jeep Jam brought events of a sporting nature to the county… Tourism continues to grow in Clinton County on the heels of a rebounding economy and by ever-advancing our marketing efforts.”
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_2016-02-29-17.03.27-cr.jpgThe Clinton County Convention and Visitors Bureau held its Annual Get Together Monday evening. Food for the event was donated by the Roberts Centre. “2015 was a positive year for tourism in Clinton County,” stated Executive Director Debbie Stamper in the annual report, which was available to all attending the event. “With an increase in the number of large events and the resurgence of leisure travelers, we saw a movement of people into the area as they spent money, enjoying themselves while visiting. Horse shows, dog shows, racing events and the Muddy Buddy’s Jeep Jam brought events of a sporting nature to the county… Tourism continues to grow in Clinton County on the heels of a rebounding economy and by ever-advancing our marketing efforts.” Jim Gumley photos

CCCVB President Doug DeVilbiss speaks to the attendees.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_2016-02-29-17.39.19-cr.jpgCCCVB President Doug DeVilbiss speaks to the attendees. Jim Gumley photos

During the prize drawings are, from left, Clinton County Convention and Visitors Bureau President Doug DeVilbiss, Executive Director Dabbie Stamper and Bob Heyob of Horsefeathers Farm.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_2016-02-29-17.47.45-cr.jpgDuring the prize drawings are, from left, Clinton County Convention and Visitors Bureau President Doug DeVilbiss, Executive Director Dabbie Stamper and Bob Heyob of Horsefeathers Farm. Jim Gumley photos

The annual event Monday evening was well-attended.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_2016-02-29-17.49.34-new.jpgThe annual event Monday evening was well-attended. Jim Gumley photos

From left are Doug Little, Debbie Stamper, Doug DeVilbiss and Bob Heyob.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_2016-02-29-17.48.19-new.jpgFrom left are Doug Little, Debbie Stamper, Doug DeVilbiss and Bob Heyob. Jim Gumley photos

Attendees saw some of the economic impact numbers from tourism in Clinton County.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_2016-02-29-17.21.35-new2.jpgAttendees saw some of the economic impact numbers from tourism in Clinton County. Jim Gumley photos
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