Back in 1983 when the National Travel and Tourism week was established by congressional resolution, The Brookfield Convention and Visitor’s Bureau wasn’t even a blip on Brookfield’s radar. In fact, Visit Brookfield would not be established for another 10 years. It seems strange, doesn’t it, given all our great country has to offer, that tourism has only been a nationally recognized “thing” for 35 years. Boy, have we made up for lost time.
Yes! If you watched the recent episode of Around the Corner with John McGivern on PBS featuring Brookfield and Elm Grove (If you didn’t, I encourage you to do so click here to view the episode!).
Visit Brookfield is funded entirely by hotel room tax in a jointly by the City of Brookfield and the Town of Brookfield. Visit Brookfield exists to promote the image and name recognition of Brookfield. We are tasked with advancing the interest of all visitors to Brookfield; be it business travelers, families, conference-goers, or leisure travelers. In doing so, we also advance the economic climate for all those who reside or do business in Brookfield.