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About Irving, Texas

Location and service. That’s what sets Irving, Texas apart. In the center of the U.S. and the heart of Dallas-Fort Worth, Irving is just minutes from DFW Airport and can be reached non-stop from every major city in North America. Here you'll find luxury, full-service, extended-stay and limited-service accommodations, with something to fit every taste and budget.

City-wide there are more than 200,000 square-feet of meeting space, while the Irving Convention Center brings a column-free exhibit hall, elegant ballrooms, break-out rooms and spacious pre-function areas with views of the Dallas and Las Colinas skyline. Irving is perfect for meetings, but also provides easy access to exceptional entertainment when the sun goes down, including a variety of options for dining and attractions - all just moments away.

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Diana Pfaff
dpfaff@irvingtexas.com
972-252-7476 or 800-247-8464

IRVING, Texas (February 2008) - The Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) recently named Cyndi Golden as assistant executive director of sales. Golden will oversee the bureau's destination sales and customer services departments.

No stranger to the city, Golden is a 17-year hospitality industry veteran who spent nearly a decade overseeing Irving hotels. She served as district director of sales for Holiday Inn, managing Irving's former Holiday Inn Select South (now Ramada

Diana Pfaff
dpfaff@irvingtexas.com
972-252-7476 or 800-247-8464

IRVING, TEXAS (February 2008) - The Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau (ICVB) board of directors elected Richard G. Stewart Jr. and J. Ike Guest to serve as chair and vice-chair, respectively, for the next year. Their terms as officers begin immediately.

Assistant General Counsel at Verizon, Stewart has been with the company (and its predecessor GTE Corp.) since 1994, following a distinguished Naval career. He was recognized by the Dallas Bar Foundation (DBF) for his

Diana Pfaff
dpfaff@irvingtexas.com
972-252-7476 or 800-247-8464

IRVING, TEXAS (Jan. 8, 2008) - The Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) has named Keith L. Station national sales manager for the sports and entertainment market, further strengthening its core team of sales management professionals.

Station comes to the Irving CVB from the Central Florida Sports Commission in Orlando, where he served as sports marketing manager. He was responsible for more than 20 events, and his clients included USA Rugby, USA Triathlon and the