The Lufkin Convention & Visitors Bureau is the driving force behind Lufkin’s thriving visitor industry. Successful visitor promotion includes partnerships and a concerted effort by all interested parties. The Lufkin Convention & Visitors Bureau’s promotional efforts are most effective as a united approach that complements the marketing plans and goals of the City of Lufkin, the Lufkin/Angelina County Chamber, and local government.
The Lufkin Convention and Visitors Bureau (LCVB) is a non for profit, 501(c) 6 organization, incorporated in 1976.
Recognized as the official destination marketing and sales organization for Lufkin, the Lufkin Convention & Visitors Bureau is responsible for promoting Lufkin and Angelina County as an attractive destination for meetings and conventions, trade shows, and leisure travelers. The Lufkin Convention & Visitors Bureau also provides a leadership role in shaping the future direction of Lufkin’s tourism development.
The Lufkin Convention & Visitors Bureau acts as the "concierge" for visitors to Lufkin by providing visitor information and services, and by creating in visitors the desire to extend stays and return often. Funding for the Lufkin Convention & Visitors Bureau comes from both the public sector (a percentage of the Accommodations Tax revenues) and private sponsorships. The Lufkin Convention & Visitors Bureau is our community's way to attract and serve visitors and residents. Our offices are located at 300 E. Shepherd Avenue inside City Hall. The Lufkin Convention & Visitors Bureau is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is closed on the weekends.