Partner Took Kit

COVID-19

It goes without saying that these are unprecedented times in our industry as countries around the world attempt to understand and respond to the challenges of Coronavirus/COVID-19. Events from small to large have been canceled daily as a precaution to combat the spread of the virus. 

The Dublin Convention & Visitors Bureau is committed to serving as a leader and information resource for the Dublin Tourism Industry while doing everything we can to help you respond to this crisis. While we may not physically be in our offices, know that we are still hard at work to secure and maintain business for our community and are here to support our industry in any way we can through these periods of uncertainty. 

Our team will continue to monitor the situation in conjunction with our state, city and county health officials as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and we will keep you informed of any additional changes as this rapidly changing public health situation continues. 

Thank you for your support as we navigate this unprecedented public health crisis.

 

Support Local:

The Dublin CVB is hard at work keeping up with daily changes to business operation hours, offers, delivery programs, etc. As you change your business operations, please keep us updated as we continue to promote supporting our local restaurants and retailers. 

Please view the pages below to ensure your business information is accurate and up to date. 

Please send any updates or changes to Sara at Sblatnik@irishisanatttiude.com

Extranet: 

Every partner has access to the VisitDublinOhio.com Extranet where you can update your business hours, offers, photos, etc. 

You can access the Extranet here: https://dublinoh.extranet.simpleviewcrm.com/login/

Click here for a step-by-step guide on how to use the extranet. 

If you need your login information, please contact Josh at jbricker@irishisanattitude.com

Event Updates:

The State of Ohio – to help control the spread of the virus – has instituted restrictions on large gatherings. All events, concerts and sporting events with more than 50 attendees are canceled. Many popular visitor events, including the Dublin St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Ohio High School Athletic Association Championships and Nike Challenge Cup have been canceled or postponed.

Please refer to our event calendar for the status of ongoing and special events, which we are updating frequently.

We also encourage visitors to consult the event or its organizer’s website/social handles for the most up-to-date information and additional details.

 

WHAT IS THE DUBLIN CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU DOING TO SLOW THE SPREAD OF COVID-19?

The Dublin Convention & Visitors Bureau is committed to growing our travel economy, however, the health and well-being of our community, visitors and staff are a priority. We are taking precautionary steps to flatten the COVID-19 curve by canceling all travel and working from remote locations until further notice. This is being done as a preventative measure out of an abundance of caution. Our team will continue to monitor the situation in conjunction with our state, city and county health officials.

Contacts

Please feel free to reach out to any of our staff members with questions, concerns, ideas. We're here to help! 

Scott Dring, Executive Director, sdring@irishisanattitude.com 

Pat King, National Sales Manager, pking@irishisanattitude.com

Josh Bricker, Sports and Leisure Sales Manager, jbricker@irishisanattitude.com

Sara Blatnik, Marketing Director, sblatnik@irishisanattitude.com

Meg Berno, Marketing Coordinator, mberno@irishisanattitude.com

Katie Rich, Visitor Experience Specialist, krich@irishisanattitude.com