Missouri

Print
Greater Saint Charles Convention & Visitors Bureau

Chris Wilson

Sales Manager

230 South Main Street
St. Charles, Missouri 63301
Phone : 636-255-6102
Toll-free : 800-366-2427
Fax : 636-949-3217
Email : CWilson@HistoricStCharles.com
Website : www.DiscoverStCharles.com

About Greater Saint Charles Convention & Visitors Bureau

Saint Charles is a sports planner's dream. With world-class venues - from aquatic centers and indoor arenas to first-rate hotels and great restaurants - this city is a great place for your next sporting event. Located in the beautiful Missouri River Valley, Saint Charles is centrally located, easily accessible and affordable for most any budget. We're brimming with hometown hospitality and ready to go the extra yard to make your event a success. Before or after the game, there are a variety of things to do here.



CACamarillo

Change of Scenery

Article | February 4, 2018

Moving to a new location can rejuvenate a sports event. After all, it brings in new athletes, new spectators and a change of venue. You get different... more >>


Regional1

The Heartland, Home of Wide-Open Spaces and Smiling Faces

Article | November 20, 2017

When the Nebraska Golf Association considered hosting a tournament last summer in Kearney — a city in the direct path of the 2017 total solar... more >>


IndustryLeadership

Meet the Mentors: Who's Who in Sports Tourism

Article | May 30, 2017

Sports tourism has continued to grow exponentially, leading to more events, more athletes and more economic impact. As events proliferate across the... more >>


IMG_0280Thumbnail

Midwest Sports Mania - The Nation’s Midsection Hosts a Lot More than Football — Although There’s Plenty of That, Too

Article | November 3, 2015

The Midwest's reputation as football country masks a much larger slate of options. Yes, Canton, Ohio, is pro football's Mesopotamia, but then,... more >>


15_FeatureP84_JulyAug10

Equestrian Sports: Beyond Racing

Article | June 30, 2010

For centuries it was considered a sport of kings and nobles. It evolved to include only the privileged, rich and famous. Today, it's a sleeper sport... more >>


Content not yet available.

Content not yet available.

Video not yet available.

Print

Subscribe to SDM