City of Sandwich To Partner with DCCVB in FY 19


The DeKalb County Convention & Visitors Bureau (DCCVB) announced today that the City of Sandwich along with the Timber Creek Inn & Suites will be investing partners in the DCCVB. The Sandwich City Council voted unanimously to join the DCCVB at their City Council Meeting on February 12th. This vote allows the City to invest a portion of the local hotel tax collected from Timber Creek Inn & Suites in the DCCVB.

“We are excited to be chosen as the tourism bureau for Sandwich,” said DCCVB Executive Director Debbie Armstrong. “We are honored to have earned their confidence and to promote their attractions and events,” Armstrong continued.

The City of Sandwich has a population of approximately 7,400 and is home to great antique shopping, the Sandwich Fair, Sundays at Sandwich Antique Show, the Bull Moose Bar and Grille with its historic setting incorporating a 1893 Pullman Palace Car Company dining car used by President Roosevelt in his 1912 political campaign, Freedom Days 4th of July festivities, Offworld Designs, annual craft shows, and much more that the DCCVB is excited to share with visitors.

The Timber Creek Inn & Suites offers 100 guest rooms and is attached to the Redberri Convention Center. Each of guest rooms is Green Energy efficient, non-smoking and beautifully decorated. Complimentary high-speed internet, WIFI, refrigerator and microwave are just some of the conveniences available in each room. The Timber Creek Inn & Suites features the Spa at Timber-Creek the Breakfast Café, Tuscan Italian Grill & Bar, TC Coffee Shop and Club Room, where they proudly brew Pete’s Coffee from Intelligentsia!

The Timber Creek Inn & Suites’ lodge-like atmosphere, first-class amenities, and all-in-one convenience earned them a Trip Advisor’s Award of Excellence for last four years. Their AAA three Diamond Accommodation offers Nature Trails, River Walk on over 16 Acres of Pristine campus on banks of perennial Little Rock Creek River.

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