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The Lee County Visitor & Convention Bureau’s (VCB) newsletter is your guide to Hurricane Ian recovery efforts.

Recovery is coming: Hurricane Ian was unable to take away our resilience
There are few words to express the emotions we are all experiencing. What Hurricane Ian was unable to take away from us is our resilience.

I am privileged to be working with each of you and a seasoned team at the VCB. We have steered through countless crises before and we will do so again. That’s what we do. And with the unwavering leadership of the Lee Board of County Commissioners, we have all rolled up our sleeves and stand shoulder to shoulder to support each other and move forward, one step at a time.

Collectively we are already working to rebuild our hospitality industry and a recovery plan that will allow us to welcome back tourists.

We are so grateful to be part of this community. Please know that your strength is greater than you realize. The staff at the VCB is here to support you.

Survey: Please take the survey below to help the VCB stay up to date on the status of your accommodation.
Also, please click below to see what our team has been doing to benefit you and the destination.




Tamara Pigott
Lee County VCB Executive Director

Road to Recovery: Green Cup Cafe

In our “Road to Recovery” series, the VCB shines a spotlight on the stories of our industry partners.




Keep your customers up to date on your business through Google Business Profile

Need property images? Threshhold 360 can help

If you need imagery of your property, pre-Hurricane Ian, and participated in Threshhold 360 video program, please click this link or access via Simpleview Extranet for your specific link, listed under your account, in the general section.

Search Foundation assists individuals in the live events, meetings and catering industries.

VCB cancels Co-op Advertising Program through Jan. 31
All Lee County Cooperative Advertising Programs, through at least Jan. 31, 2023, have been canceled due to Hurricane Ian. To withdraw from additional programs and/or to request a refund for any payment made towards a FY 22/23 program, please contact Joshua Lambert at [email protected]. Refunds will be processed in full.

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