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Peoria and surrounding communities are rich with loyal businesses - many PACVB members - striving to make your event successful by welcoming your incoming guests and providing the services needed along the way. From florists and caterers to sound and video professionals, printers, car rentals and more, our service managers can connect you to the appropriate professionals you need. No problem! Click below to view a current listing of members from our Business Directory.

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City of Delavan
219 Locust St
PO Box 590
Delavan, IL 61734
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Contact: Joe Woith
Come and enjoy the small town of the City of Delavan! You will not be disappointed by our history, local shoppes and restaurants.

City of Elmwood
201 West Main Street
Elmwood, IL 61529
(309) 742-2351 
Fax: (309) 742-8224
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Home of the Lorado Taft Museum, Elmwood Strawberry Festival, Elmwood Fall Festival, Elmwood All Outdoors Show, Elmwood Tour of Homes as well as the Elmwood School District #322 that excels in preparing each child for the future. We hope you enjoy our site! Elmwood IL is a great place to live, shop, work and play. You'll find events and activities for people of all ages.

City of Peoria - City Manager
419 Fulton St.
Peoria, IL 61602
Fax: 309-494-8559
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SEE HOW IT PLAYS IN PEORIA Just like in the old vaudevillian days, quality of life MUST BE GOOD to play in Peoria. The oldest community in Illinois with a population of 112,936, Peoria is equal distance from Chicago and St. Louis. Here we have an enviable standard of living, exciting venues within a 15-20 minute drive from our homes, safe streets, quality and quantity shopping, our own symphony, our own ballet, Broadway Theater League, museums, art guilds, first-class medical facilities that are a regional draw, the Nation’s oldest community theater and the Nation’s oldest Santa Claus parade. Our vibrant riverfront showcases a multitude of festivals and celebrations that light up the summer nights much like our extraordinary Fourth of July Skyconcert….a fireworks show that draws well over 100,000 annually. Citizens are flocking to live in the refurbished warehouses and lofts on Water Street that produce the perfect lifestyle for a 24/7 city. Naturally, we are proud to be the site of the world headquarters of Caterpillar, Inc., but we have many global businesses that allow Peoria to play all over the World through their products and services. Peoria has begun to diversify its economy with infotech industries as well. Thus our business community attracts some of the brightest graduates throughout the nation. This three-time All American City has the heart that is so well known in the Midwest. While we enjoy a variety of sophisticated entertainment, we are still homey enough to enjoy a tractor pull at the County fair, and many citizens vie for blue ribbons for their original cookie recipe or their prize bull during that competition. Peoria derives its name from the aboriginal inhabitants encountered by the first wave of French explorers. Located along the meandering Illinois River, our citizens enjoy both the fast pace of a dynamic community and the slower, old-fashioned tempo that is showcased by Old Fashioned Sunday in the Park and quiet pot lucks in their backyards. We are a City that cares, home to many charity agencies and organizations. Peoria is well known for giving more per capita than many cities of its size. We are the Heart in the Heart of the Nation.

Great Rivers Country Regional Tourism Development Office
581 S. Deere Rd.
Macomb, IL 61455
(309) 837-7460 
Fax: (309) 833-4754
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Contact: Roger Carmack
Organization of Convention and Visitor Bureaus, accommodations, attractions, dining facilities, and event organizers interested in cultivating a better understanding of the economic and social value of tourism in Western Illinois.

Habitat for Humanity
931 N. Douglas
Peoria, IL 61606
(309) 616-6729, (309) 256-2258
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Contact: Lea Anne Schmidgall
Founded in 1976, Habitat for Humanity has been working to eliminate poverty housing worldwide in partnership with low-income families and community volunteers and sponsors. Habitat for Humanity works in partnership with God and people everywhere from all walks of life to develop communities with people in need by building and renovating houses, so that there are decent houses in decent communities in which every person can experience God's love and can live and grow into all that God intends.

Heart of Illinois Hospitality Association
7150 N. University St.
Peoria, IL 61614
Fax: 309-693-3465
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Contact: Carl Bunker

Non-profit organization aimed at providing leadership for its members by developing and maintaining a most favorable public attitude toward the hospitality industry in Central Illinois.

IL Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity
100 SW Water Street
Peoria, IL 61602
(309) 338-4191 
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Contact: Anthony (Tony) Rolando

DCEO is responsible for many aspects of Illinois government and services, such as Business Development, Community Development, Workforce, Film, Coal Development, Weatherization, Foreign Trade, Office of Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology and Tourism.

Illinois Hotel & Lodging Association
5 A Lawrence
Springfield, IL 62704
Fax: 217-522-2419
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Contact: Scott Dahl
Whether you're looking for festivals or fireworks, performances or parades, symphonies, or shopping, runs or walks, flea markets or modern art, there's something spectacular in Illinois for you to discover.

  Make A Wish Foundation
411 Hamilton Blvd.
Suite 1715
Peoria, IL 61602
(309) 637-1659 
Fax: (309) 637-1861
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Contact: Janet Bantz Glavin
Make-A-Wish® Illinois grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich their lives with hope, strength and joy. Since being founded locally in 1985, the chapter has granted more than 11,000 wishes and continues its mission to share the power of a wish® with special children across the state. For more information or to find out how you can help, call 309.637.1659 or visit

Nature Conservancy, The
11304 N. Prairie Rd
Lewistown, IL 61542
Fax: 309-547-2731
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Conservation nonprofit organization

Princeton Public Library
698 East Peru Street
Princeton, IL 61356
(815) 875-1751 
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Contact: Grant Lynch
Princeton's Library contains an outstanding collection of Bureau County genalogical referencematerial including history books, census and cemetery records, indexed newspaper, city directories, atlases, and family histories. New location and building at 698 East Peru Street.

Princeton Tourism
435 S. Main Street
Princeton, IL 61356
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Contact: Joni Hunt
Two and a half miles of magnificent shopping! Unique speciality shops, antique malls and services. “so many little time.” Visit us at

Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation - Peoria Memorial Affiliate
4700 N. University, Suite 92
Peoria, IL 61614
Fax: 309-691-7259
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Contact: Linda Maricle
Fundraisers for breast cancer research, awareness and education. Also sponsor of Komen Peoria Race for the Cure.

Tazewell County Resource Centers, Inc. (TCRC)
21310 Illinois Rt. #9
Tremont, IL 61568
(309) 925-2061 
Fax: 309-925-4241
Contact: Elizabeth Holbrook
TCRC provides services to developmentally disabled individuals. The sheltered workshop completes outsourcing work including: bulk mailing, packaging, assembly, light manufacturing and janitorial services.

Village of Peoria Heights
4901 North Prospect
Peoria Heights, IL 61616
(309) 686-2385 
Fax: (309) 686-2379
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Contact: Matthew Fick
"City Convenience, Village Charm" This is not just an empty slogan. Peoria Heights lies in the center of a metropolitan population base of around 300,000, but our Village has only about 6500 residents. In other words, we have the opportunity to enjoy what a large city can offer, but we also can partake in the advantages that a small community gives . . . and they are many! Peoria Heights has a vibrant and exciting shopping area . . . a throwback to the shopping you might remember from a generation or two ago.

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