Developed by the Belfast Visitor and Convention Bureau, it comes on the back of various social media rallying calls for people to reclaim the city.
What does BVCB stand for?
BVCB stands for Belfast Visitor and Convention Bureau (Belfast, Ireland)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Belfast Visitor and Convention Bureau said the June to September period were "particularly busy in terms of demand for hotel rooms" with occupancy peaking at 88% in June and August - passing the previous record of 86% in 2007 when there were 1,000 fewer rooms 2007 when ms in the city.
Over that period cruise Belfast, which is a partnership between Belfast Visitor and convention Bureau and Belfast Harbour with support from Northern Ireland Tourist Board, has attracted more than 270 mainly largescale ships to the city.
The Belfast Visitor and Convention Bureau and Port Of Belfast (BVCB) announced yesterday 23 liners will dock in the city this summer, bringing 30,000 passengers and crew ashore.