The Burbank Hospitality Association, doing business as Visit Burbank, is the official destination marketing organization for the City of Burbank, California. Visit Burbank’s mission is to promote Burbank, for tourism and to improve the tourism business environment through the development and operation of a tourism improvement district and other programs and initiatives.
The goal of the Burbank Hospitality Association is to utilize funds to increase occupancy and promote Burbank as a premier business and leisure destination. A ripple effect is also anticipated in terms of safeguarding hospitality industry jobs, increasing sales at restaurants and retailers, expanding the general job market, and boosting attendance at arts and cultural events.
If you work in the Burbank Tourism Industry and are interested in becoming involved, please click here for the Burbank Hospitality Association Board Member Application. For additional information, please contact email@example.com.
Visit Burbank Visitor’s Guide
Visit Burbank Newsletters
Visit Burbank Board Meeting Agendas & Minutes
Visit Burbank Board Members
Danny Kahn, Warner Bros. Studio Tours, Chair
Alan Tate, Burbank Airport Marriott, Vice-Chair
Eric Ducat, Residence Inn, Secretary
Sundeep Vaghashia, Travelodge, Treasurer
Richard Englehard, Hilton Garden Inn
Tony Garibian, Coast Anabelle and Safari Inn
Jamie Keyser, Burbank Chamber of Commerce
Adrian Pastrana, Quality Inn
Ali Schmidt, Universal Studios Hollywood
Nerissa Sugars, Hollywood Burbank Airport
Tom Whelan, Hotel Amarano
Patrick Prescott, City of Burbank (ex-officio)
Richard Sandoval, Burbank Airport Marriott, (non-voting)
Jeff Simons, Ramada By Wyndham Burbank Airport (non-voting)
Burbank Sister Cities
The mission of Burbank Sister City is to promote communication, goodwill, and cultural awareness between the City of Burbank and its designated Sister Cities.
The Burbank Sister City Committee is a volunteer organization of members of the Burbank community. The City of Burbank has four international sister cities: Ota, Japan; Incheon, South Korea; Gaborone, Botswana; and Solna, Sweden.