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IE Restaurant Week returns again to showcase The Inland Empire’s Culinary Talent and Local Restaurants!


Inland Empire Restaurant Week returns again by popular demand for its 4th edition featuring local culinary talent and showcasing restaurants representing more than 30 communities throughout the region.  Participating restaurants can take advantage of the tremendous amount of advertising, promotion and marketing Inland Empire Restaurant Week at “no cost” to them and is a great way to attract new customers.

GOCVB Celebrates National Travel & Tourism Week

Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau

Ontario, California – (May 1, 2015) According to the Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau the hospitality industry is growing in leaps and bounds.  We are happy to report that 1 out of every 5 jobs added in 2013 was in the Leisure and Hospitality sector. In Ontario and Rancho Cucamonga there were 1,251 new jobs or 17.6% of all new jobs in the past year attributed to growth in the hotel industry.  The 2014 results were greater than 2013 and we anticipate even higher percentages in 2015.  

Huck Finn Jubilee Bluegrass Music Festival

Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau

Organizers of the Huck Finn Jubilee Bluegrass Music Festival, the Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau, is proud to announce in addition to some of the greatest national headlining bluegrass names on stage, a Kids Academy and Kids Games have been added to the 3-day event. Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park in Ontario will be the site for this annual event June 12 thru 14, 2015 when thousands of bluegrass and jamgrass fans arrive to partake in a family friendly festival that celebrates traditional music, education, activities, and the evolution of bluegrass music.

Will Chinese traveling topping 100 Million affect the Greater Ontario Area? You bet!

Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau

Bloomberg Business reports Chinese tourists spent a record $164.8 billion overseas last year -- a 28 percent increase over 2013 -- as disposable income rose and more people ventured abroad.

Travelers from China spent $113.6 billion more overseas than foreign tourists spent while visiting the country, according to the State Administration of Foreign Exchange. That so-called tourism deficit was almost 50 percent larger than the previous year’s figure.

So what does this mean to the Greater Ontario Region?

Back by Popular Demand, Inland Empire Restaurant Week Returns Oct. 17 with More Restaurants, More Communities and a Special Sneak-Peek Black-Tie Event

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Inland Empire Restaurant Week returns to Riverside and San Bernardino counties Oct. 17-26 with more dining establishments from more communities, reflecting a wider variety of delicious opportunities to explore new eateries and enjoy some old favorites.

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