The Long Island Convention & Visitors Bureau and Sports Commision
The Long Island Convention & Visitors Bureau and Sports Commission was formed in 1978 as a non-profit membership corporation under the laws of New York State. Its purpose includes the promotion of the Nassau-Suffolk region as a destination for visitors, meetings, conventions, trade expositions and sporting events.
The new 2015 Long Island Travel Guide is full of valuable information on what to see and do on Long Island. The 63-page provides in-depth information about Long Island parks, museums, beaches, amusements, historical sites, gardens, shopping and special events, making it easier for you to discover all Long Island has to offer. L.I. Lodging Guide
Hamptons Visitors Council
The Hamptons Visitors Council (HVC) is an alliance established in 1990 of Chambers of Commerce in The Hamptons, Long Island, New York, whose purpose is to promote tourism, especially in the spring and fall, to The Hamptons. Today, it is comprised of 6 chambers in the Town of Southampton: Eastport, Greater Westhampton, East Quogue, Hampton Bays, Southampton and Sag Harbor. The Hamptons Visitors Council produces a Bi-Monthly Calendar of Events available year-round online. The Hamptons Visitors Council Calendar of Events is available printed during the Summer Months from Memorial Day through Labor Day and can be picked up at Chamber offices on the East End or at your favorite retailers, restaurants and boutiques in the Hamptons.
The Hamptons Travel Guide
The 2011 Hamptons Travel Guide is full of value information. A trip to the Hamptons region on the East End of Long Island is an unforgetable way to spend a day, a week, a weekend, or a season. If you have experienced the region’s myriads of joys, you will be eager to return for more. And If you haven’t spent time in the Hampton, well, lucky you – you’re about to discover one of the most beautiful places in the United States. Check back in Aprill 2012 for the New Summer Edition.
Long Island Wine Council
Dedicated to achieving recognition for Long Island as a premium wine producing region. Its role is to provide a coordinated effort for the promotion and development of the region’s wine industry. The Council was founded in 1989.
Long Island, New York’s “Bordeaux”, is the State’s newest and fastest growing wine region. About 100 miles (160 kilometres) east of New York City, the island separates into the North Fork and a South Fork known as The Hamptons, with the Atlantic Ocean on the south, Great Peconic Bay separating the two forks, and Long Island Sound to the north. These massive bodies of water moderate the temperature, creating a long growing season and ideal conditions for wine production.
Come find out why a getaway on Long Island’s East End keeps people coming back season after season. Whether you come to fish or surf or take a bike or hike through the scenic villages, parks or shorefronts, the East End has adventure waiting. With awesome attractions, fabulous dining establishments and great lodging, EastEndGetaway.com will help you plan the perfect day-trip, weekend getaway or extended vacation to experience all that the East End has to offer.