promoting our home

We love our County and we want to share it with the world. That’s what we do. Ask folks what the CVB is and you’ll get a lot of different answers. Some of them right and some of them not. But we are here to inform, communicate and promote the assets our wonderful community is blessed with. Of course, we run the Visitors Center located right across the street from the James K. Polk Home and we make some of the tour maps and guides you’ll find there. And so much more. Every year we sponsor events, support organizations in cities across the County with annual traditions, like Mule Day, the Country Ham Festival and Holiday parades. The Maury County Convention and Visitors Bureau helps to grow our economy by promoting the place we call home. That’s a big goal and one we try our best to fulfill every day, one visitor at a time, tens of thousands every year.

2015 economic impact

Direct Tourism Expenditures
$117.12 Million
Generated Jobs
704
Produced Payroll
$15.61 Million
State Tax Revenue
$7.22 Million
Local Tax Revenue
$2.48 Million

YoY increase from 2014 – 2015