Visit Vancouver USA is closely monitoring developing information about COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Find resources, closures, event cancellations, and more specifics for Clark County, Washington here.

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About Visit Vancouver USA

Visit Vancouver USA is the official destination marketing organization for Vancouver USA and the surrounding areas. The organization also markets the region as a venue for sports events through the Vancouver USA Sports brand. Visit Vancouver USA's mission is to increase visitor spending in Vancouver and Clark County through competitively marketing the area as a destination for meetingsconventionssporting eventsgroup tours and leisure travelers. 



The team at Visit Vancouver USA provides a variety of services aimed at promoting Vancouver USA as a meetings and leisure destination, increasing meeting and convention conversions, assisting meeting and tour planners, providing marketing opportunities for local businesses and offering visitor assistance.


Visit Vancouver USA is a non-profit 501 (c) 6 destination management organization funded by a Tourism Promotion Area (TPA). This special assessment charges all hotel guests with a flat $2 per night charge and applies only to room night charges at hotels with 40 or more rooms. Total TPA collections in 2019 were $1,205,950. 

Visit Vancouver USA also receives 15 percent of lodging tax collections to support the growth of tourism in the area. With additional hotels opening in the city, this three-year professional services contract is expected to increase from about $350,000 in 2019 to approximately $450,000 in 2021.

For more information about funding, tourism impact, and group business, view our 2020 Annual Tourism Report.

Commitment to Equity

Visit Vancouver USA is committed to working with our community to fight systemic racism and injustice.

We have always held diversity as a value and tried to reflect that in the content we produce. But we also realize we can do better. We must do better.

We are heartbroken at the continual injustices experienced by Black communities, LGBTQIA+ communities and People of Color.  We realize it is impossible to understand what we do not all experience ourselves, and that listening to those affected is a good place to start. 

We can and will more accurately integrate local underrepresented communities into our daily work. 

Read our full statement here





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