Galveston Island Convention & Visitors Bureau
The Galveston Island Convention & Visitors Bureau is the official destination marketing organization of Galveston Island, Texas. The bureau employs a talented team of convention sales, marketing, public relations, special event and visitor information staff that work to position Galveston as a premier tourist and meetings destination.
A non-profit government entity, the Galveston CVB is funded solely through hotel occupancy tax revenue.
Visit the Official Media Center of the Galveston CVB where you'll find downloadable photos, video, press releases, sample itineraries, and much more.
Galveston.com & Company
The Galveston Island Convention & Visitors Bureau partners with Galveston.com & Company utilizing www.galveston.com as the official tourism website for Galveston Island. The GICVB's website should be written: www.galveston.com. Use all lowercase letters.
Logo Usage Guidelines: Galveston Island Convention & Visitors Bureau
For complete branding guidelines regarding The Galveston Island Convention & Visitors Bureau, its logo and official colors, click here.
Logo Usage Guidelines: Galveston.com & Company and Galveston Restaurant Week
Galveston.com & Company and Galveston Restaurant Week logos must not be animated or altered in any way, except as otherwise agreed by Galveston.com & Company. The logo colors or fonts should not be changed. The logos must not be taken apart, changed in proportion, combined with any other words or graphics, or otherwise altered from the version provided by Galveston.com & Company. Whenever used on websites, the logos must be hyperlinked back to Galveston.com or GalvestonRestaurantWeek.com, respectively.
- Galveston.com & Company and Galveston Restaurant Week logos should only appear in the horizontal position.
- Wherever possible, the logos should be presented in color.
- The logos are also available in mono for publications produced in less than four colors.
Galveston.com & Company and Galveston Restaurant Week logos should never appear in combination with any other symbol or icon. The logos are never to appear inside a shape, such as an oval shape. To properly stage the logo, a minimum clearance between the logo and other elements (such as text, logos, marks or any other items) must be maintained. Clear space of 5mm is required around the diameter of the logo.
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