Thanks for making #SmallBizSat amazing

Thanks for making #SmallBizSat amazing

November 28, 2017

Brownsville Convention Visitors Bureau helped make Small Business Saturday® such an unforgettable day. Thank you for all you did leading up to and on the day, and, most important, for helping to bring your community together in support of small businesses. Small Business Saturday may have passed for 2017, but the Shop Small® Movement lives on. Download ready-made marketing materials and use them to encourage… Read more »

The Zoo Welcomes a New Baby

The Zoo Welcomes a New Baby

November 18, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE How could anyone or anything not fall in love with a face like this? One look at this adorable giraffe calf will melt anyone’s heart. He was born on April 28th. At its birth, he weighed 107 pounds, less than the average calf, which is around 135 to 145 pounds. Despite its… Read more »

Three tips to prepare for hurricane season

August 11, 2017

June marked the official return of the Atlantic hurricane season, and while a major hurricane hasn’t made landfall on the Texas coast in several years, NOAA predicts a more active Atlantic hurricane season than usual. Now is the time to develop a plan for what to do in case a hurricane strike. Here are three… Read more »

Brownsville, Texas to be showcased at the 2017 State Fair of Texas

Brownsville, Texas to be showcased at the 2017 State Fair of Texas

August 4, 2017

BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS – AUGUST 3, 2017 – The City of Brownsville will be on display at the 2017 State Fair of Texas in Dallas, Texas on October 14, 2017. This involvement provides the Brownsville Convention & Visitors Bureau (BCVB) with an excellent opportunity to share all there is to see and do with attendees of the… Read more »

Roy F. Mitte Portrait On Display At Scale House Visitors Center

Roy F. Mitte Portrait On Display At Scale House Visitors Center

July 27, 2017

Brownsville, TX (July 27, 2017) – The Scale House Visitors Center is proud to host a large portrait of Roy F. Mitte, who generously contributed so much to the Mitte Cultural District in downtown Brownsville. His efforts to help preserve and promote the rich cultural history of the city are immeasurable, as he and his… Read more »

First Drawn Hunts Deadline is Aug. 1

First Drawn Hunts Deadline is Aug. 1

July 26, 2017

The first deadline for drawn hunts is less than a week away. Don’t miss out, apply today! TUESDAY, AUGUST 1 is the deadline for these hunt categories: Alligator Alligator Management Private Lands Dove Pronghorn Youth Only Alligator Youth Only Gun Deer – Either Sex APPLY FOR DRAWN HUNTS The next application deadline will be August 15. Drawings… Read more »

A New Star for Texas: the Lower Rio Grande Valley Active Plan

A New Star for Texas: the Lower Rio Grande Valley Active Plan

April 23, 2017

Posted on Rails to Trails. The Active Plan is poised to turn south Texas into a world-class tourist destination—and spark a new era for health and wellness. There’s a saying that “Everything’s bigger in Texas.” In the Lower Rio Grande Valley, 10 municipalities in Cameron County are proving the expression right as they embark on… Read more »