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    1. 2011 - 2012 Massachusetts' Pioneer Valley Visitors Guide

      The Greater Springfield Convention & Visitors Bureau  has just published its 2011 2012 Massachusetts’ Pioneer Valley Visitor Guide.  This comprehensive look at tourism attractions, accommodations, dining and more in the Pioneer Valley is free of charge and can be yours by visiting www.valleyvisitor.com and clicking on the link for the Guide or phoning 413-787-1548.
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    2. 5 Great reasons to attend the Howdy Awards

      5 Great reasons to attend the Howdy Awards
      Each May, the Greater Springfield Convention & Visitors Bureau (GSCVB) presents the Howdy Awards for Hospitality Excellence to 8 frontline employees in the tourism industry. These folks are considered “Howdy” material because they go above and beyond for you, whether you’re a Pioneer Valley resident, or a visitor from out of town.
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