Santa Clara Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) has gone virtual

Santa Clara Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) has gone virtual

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Being in the center of Silicon Valley, it makes sense that the Santa Clara Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) has gone virtual. Using technology developed by partner XPlorIT Interactive Video, visitors can fly from above right down to ground level to explore California’s Great America theme park, Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara Convention Center, and Santa Clara University, among other highlighted visitor locations.

Take a virtual tour of the Santa Clara Convention Center and a variety of Santa Clara visitor attractions, including California’s Great America theme park, Intel Museum, Levi’s Stadium, and Santa Clara University. (PRNewsfoto/Santa Clara Convention & Visito)

It’s as simple as visiting www.SantaClara.org and clicking on “Santa Clara Virtual Tour.”  The virtual tour gives web users an up close preview of many of the city’s visitor attractions.  For convention delegates and/or prospective meeting and event planners, the virtual tour of the Santa Clara Convention Center allows you to virtually walk through nearly every area of the building. 

CVB Vice President of Marketing & Communications David Andre says, “It’s a tremendous asset to have visitors and clients experience the destination virtually before they plan their trip.  It builds excitement and allows a visitor to explore all of the great things to see and do in Santa Clara in a rich experiential multimedia environment. “