Most cities' convention and visitors bureaus make some effort to promote local restaurants, but Atlanta is moving its restaurant community to the promotional forefront and positioning that group as its main attraction. "The investment in the dining part of what we do promotionally has grown dramatically," said Bill Howard, vice president of marketing for the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau. Howard said that throughout 2008, the Atlanta CVB has spent ...

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