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Dodge City Convention and Visitors Bureau
September 18th, 2019
For Immediate Release
400 W. Wyatt Earp Blvd.
Dodge City, KS 67801
For Immediate Release
The Dodge City Convention and Visitors Bureau Awards Grant to Revolution Cage Warrior Challenge
Dodge City Kansas
The Dodge City Convention and Visitors Bureau is pleased to announce that an Attrac...
400 West Wyatt Earp
Dodge City Kansas 67801
July 19, 2019
Dodge City Celebrates National Day of the Cowboy
The 15th annual Nation...
The Dodge City/Ford County Development Corporation, Dodge City Area Chamber of Commerce, and Dodge City Convention and Visitors Bureau are working together to make Dodge City the best city in southwest Kansas to LIVE, WORK, and PLAY. Through thi...
The Dodge City Convention and Visitors Bureau Awards Grant to Central Station
The Dodge City Convention and Visitors Bureau is pleased to announce that an Attraction and Event Print Grant was approved b...
The Dodge City Convention and Visitors Bureau is pleased to announce that Dodge City Roundup Rodeo is being included in the 2019 10Best Readers' Choice Best North American Rodeo contest!
Facilities & Event Management Magazine has named United Wireless Arena oneof the winners of their 2018 Prime Site Award...
The Dodge City Sports Commission and Mariah Hills Golf Course are excited to welcome the Kansas State High School Activities Association (KSHSAA) 4A State Golf Tournament to Dodge City on Wednesday, May 29th, 2019! Play will begin at 11:00 AM wi...
Final preparations are being made as the state’s premiere high school all-star football game turns its sights on Dodge City, Kansas. For the first time in the game’s forty-five-year history, the Kansas Shrine Bowl will be played in Dodge City.
“Famous for its Wild West shenanigans featuring Bat Masterson and Wyatt Earp during the late 19th century, Dodge City maintains much of its historical appeal."
“Dodge City’s history is remarkable and fascinating,” says True West Executive Editor Bob Boze Bell. “And it still lives in the events, the buildings, the collections that are visited by thousands of people every year.”