New Orleans neighborhoods are where the culture and creativity of the Crescent City come to life. From the historic French Quarter to the elegant Garden District to the music-filled Marigny- there is great food, music...more
About New Orleans
New Orleans is a magical place with a unique culture and way of life. Explore our about New Orleans pages to learn more about the city in preparation for a trip you'll never forget!...more
It is said that New Orleans residents should have five good costumes ready to go at any given time. Celebration is at the core of the New Orleans' experience, and to get a true taste of the city, every visitor should...more
New Orleans has many distinct neighborhoods that offer nightlife options from incredible live music on Frenchmen Street to intimate cocktails just a neighborhood away. Harrah's Casino caters to the high rollers at heart...more
In New Orleans, a great drink is just as important as a great meal- and great music for that matter. Check out our list of New Orleans libations and the bars, pubs and lounges where they can be enjoyed....more
Traditional New Orleans Foods
Familiarize yourself with these dishes and be well prepared to savor forkfuls of the culture, tradition and recipe perfection that have earned New Orleans its culinary legacy....more
The New Orleans CVB's Membership team is here to assist you with new marketing ideas, networking and business opportunities, industry research and...more
Membership dues cover a listing for one company name and one main contact.
Membership dues are billed annually in January.
The Confidential Convention Calendar will be posted on the Members Only section of the CVB website for Members whose dues are current.
The Bureau mails an invoice in January and a statement every 30 days after that. Bureau policy dictates that Members with delinquent dues past 90 days are subject to suspension of all benefits.
Checks are payable to the New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau (NOCVB). Payment can also be made using VISA, MasterCard or American Express.
Applicants and members must meet all business requirements set by State, City and Parish governments.
To ensure adequate information is available for New Orleans CVB Publications, the Internet site and general inquiries, it is the responsibility of the member, or their duly appointed representative, to supply accurate information regarding your business upon joining.
The Board of Directors may suspend or expel any Member who has sold, distributed or given to non-members any of the CVB's confidential or "Members Only" materials or if the conduct of any member is prejudicial to the best interest of the City or the New Orleans CVB.
The New Orleans CVB is a 501C-6 organization. Membership dues cannot be deducted as a charitable contribution; however, they may be deducted as a business expense. Pursuant to Internal Revenue Code 162 (b) (3) and 6033 (e) (1), 14.5% of the dues for 2017 are non-deductible. (Members are encouraged to pursue this matter with their individual tax accountants.)
Membership dues are based on the New Orleans CVB's investment schedule. The schedule has been determined through a number of variables including return on investment, comparison with other bureaus and the cost of servicing the needs of a Member.