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4/1/2018

Visit Fairfax first launched an interactive 360-degree virtual tour roughly 12 years ago. We are proud to announce that we recently revived this interactive eMap with updated technology, VR capability, and new imagery. 

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2/1/2018

Did you know that “birders” travel on average for 12 days every year in pursuit of their passion? Visit Fairfax conducted a highly successful, HSMAI Adrian Award-winning campaign last spring targeting

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12/1/2017

Visit Fairfax President & CEO Barry Biggar recently visited with the Tysons Hotels General Managers’ Council to speak about the state of the industry. The council brings together the nine full-service Tysons hoteliers who work to advance and strengthen the area’s hospitality business.

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10/1/2017

Visit Fairfax is proud to introduce the newest member of our website ad sales team. Meet Catherine Herlocker, part of Destination Travel Network, the technology partner of Visit Fairfax. Keep reading for a personal note from Catherine and to learn how she can help your business find success on FXVA.com.

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10/1/2017

Domestic tourism spending in Fairfax County increased 3.4 percent in 2016 to $3.03 billion, the second-highest among all cities and counties in Virginia, narrowing the lead held by neighboring county, Arlington.

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