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Dear Tourism Friends,

Rogers is a city of open doors and we would like to open our doors to you and welcome each of you to Rogers and Northwest Arkansas. We are extremely honored to be the community to host such a prestigious event as the 2014 Arkansas Governor's Conference on Tourism. Tourism is an important industry to Rogers. We are thrilled that in June the AMP will open in Rogers bringing live music to our great city.

While you are here we hope that you will get out and enjoy our city. Rogers has the region's best shopping at the Pinnacle Hills Promenade including Arkansas' only Cabela's, as well as abundant dining choices all in a safe & clean city. Our historic downtown is minutes away from the John Q. Hammons Convention Center and is a great place to shop, dine & explore.

Thank you again for choosing the City of Rogers to host the 2014 Arkansas Governor's Conference on Tourism and our hope is that you feel right at home.


Mayor Greg Hines,
City of Rogers

Raymond Burns
President/CEO Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce

About Rogers

What is Rogers? It just depends on the day and the season, because in Rogers the possibilities are endless. On Monday through Friday, you’ll find our city bustles with business leaders from around the nation at the John Q. Hammons Center - one of the region’s finest meeting facilities. Every year, we play host to conventions, sporting events and other gatherings for groups from five to 5,000.

On the weekend, Rogers transforms into a haven for those craving an escape from the everyday. Fill your days with fishing, sunning and splashing on Beaver Lake or treat yourself to some of the region’s finest shopping in a huge variety of stores that includes the state’s only Cabela’s. Then throw in a diverse selection of places to eat, stay and play, and you see why Rogers is a pretty special place. So special that Money Magazine ranked our city as one of the best places to live in the United States.