Share all there is to do in DeKalb County
The DeKalb County Visitors Guide is here! It is jam-packed with events and attractions for visitors to explore and experience. We have started distributing and shipping it across the county and state.
Available for DeKalb County Businesses & Organizations
The Visitors Guide is the premier marketing piece for DeKalb County. Your distribution efforts will help increase visibility for our local attractions. The guide also makes a great recruitment tool to highlight what the region has to offer.
Contact the CVB at 815-756-1336 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your supply today.
NIU Partners, get your guides right on campus.
Contact Ian Crone email@example.com to secure your copies for recruitment, welcome packets, event distribution, and more.
Share the DeKalb County Visitors Guide Digitally
The DCCVB has again produced the visitors guide in an interactive digital form. We encourage you to embed it on your websites (embed code below), share it on social media (DCCVB has added it as a tab on our Facebook page) and however else you’d like to share it digitally. The digital guide is available here: dekalbcountycvb.com/visitors-guide on the DCCVB website.
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State Wide Distribution
- Visitors guides are distributed to Northern Illinois University (5,000), the DeKalb County Legislative Building, and municipalities, hotels, attractions and chambers throughout DeKalb County.
- The DCCVB pays to place the guide in visitor kiosks located at tollway oasis (Belvidere, DeKalb, O’Hare, and Hinsdale), Chicago Hotels along I-80 & I-88, and at popular attractions like Navy Pier across Chicago-land, the Quad Cities and beyond.
- Because the DCCVB is a certified bureau, we are able to take part in Illinois Office of Tourism Partnerships to place guides at Chicago’s Union Station, seven tourist information centers, and other locations as they become available.