Bring Meetings Home is a grassroots effort that encourages Fort Worth residents to become involved in the economic development of our community. When meetings and conventions stay in our hotels, eat at our restaurants, shop in our stores and enjoy the city, we benefit from an economic boost.

Many of us belong to associations, organizations and other groups that travel. You can help us bring these connections to Fort Worth. Groups large and small are eligible for all kinds of free planning assistance from the Convention & Visitors Bureau team. Once they book room nights, you are eligible for incentives for making the introduction. Incentives range from custom-made cowboy boots to tickets to local events.

For more information, or to provide a lead on a group, call John Cychol at 817.698.7826 or email

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Places to Stay

Fort Worth offers a variety of accommodations for every group's style, taste and budget.

203 Café

The owners of Reata Restaurant have expanded their presence in Sundance Square by opening the 203 Café. Located on the second floor of the Fire Station No. 1 building at 215 Commerce Street and between the Wells Fargo and Bank of America towers, the café will offer fast casual breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday, along with catering to downtown businesses. Hours for the new restaurant are 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 203 Café can be found now at Visit us, too, on Facebook @203Cafefw, and with Twitter@203Cafefw.

Fort Worth Convention Center
Ease of Accessibility

The Fort Worth Convention Center offers an optimal location, ample space and unlimited versatility.