Where is the Heritage Corridor?
The Heritage Corridor Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) encompasses the communities and counties along the historic 97-mile Illinois and Michigan Canal National Heritage Corridor. The Heritage Corridor spans from the Chicago Portage Area just southwest of Chicago to LaSalle-Peru including the counties of Will, Grundy, LaSalle and Putnam. The region conveniently located along I-55 from Chicago to Joliet along I-80 west to LaSalle-Peru.

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Chicago Portage Area | Bolingbrook Area | Joliet Area
Morris Area | Starved Rock Area | Putnam County

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Being a member with Heritage Corridor Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) and a partner in the travel and tourism industry means an investment in your bottom line. Membership with Heritage Corridor CVB is a cost-effective way to thoroughly market your business to the meeting and tourism industries. For instance, as a result of being a partner, your business can prosper directly from sales leads and marketing opportunities. Indirectly, you prosper from increased economic growth, which is crucial to the local business climate and quality of life.

By investing in our future, you are investing in your own.

If you are an existing member and need to reach your business development representative, please contact Daniel Jacobsen, 815-588-7940.

If you are interested in membership, please fill out the request form for information on the benefits and marketing opportunities available with Heritage Corridor CVB.

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