Louisiana Bed and Breakfast Association Annual Conference, 2014

Group in front of 12 Oaks CRPresentations, networking and fun describe the Louisiana Bed and Breakfast Annual Conference held at Twelve Oaks Plantation Bed and Breakfast in Houma, Louisiana on Wednesday, July 16, 2014. Attendees were innkeepers and associate members of the LBBA, speakers, and others.

Angela Morehead

Angela Morehead of the Houma Terrebonne Parish Welcome Center extended a greeting to attendees.


Speakers of the conference were:

Laine Garner LTPALaine Garner of the Louisiana Travel Promotion Association (LTPA) who spoke on “Working with Foreign Visitors”.



Charlie Waltman LTPACharlie Waltman, also of the LTPA, speaking about “Getting More From Social Media”.



Doug Bourgeois Scenic Byway PresentationDoug Bourgeois from the Louisiana Office of Tourism informed attendees about the National Geographic Program, The Scenic Byways Program, and other state related activities.



Wedding Roundtable1A “Weddings Round Table Discussion” was presented by three wedding coordinators from our member bed and breakfasts, followed by a website demonstration for LBBA members.



Following the presentations, attendees were treated to a FAM tour of two bed and breakfasts:  Crochet House Bed and Breakfast in Houma; and Chez Felicite’ in Raceland.

My beautiful picture    Chez Felicite

The LBBA wishes to thank the speakers for their participation in the conference.

The LBBA would also like to thank the various sponsors, without whom it could never have put on the conference:  Laura Plantation, Acadia Parish TourismCajun Coast Visitors & Convention Bureau, and Bayou Lafourche Area CVB.

A big “Thank You” goes to Twelve Oaks Plantation Bed and Breakfast for hosting the conference.

MembersMembers at Dinner3 Members at Dinner1

LBBA Red ChairMilanos restaurant

One thought on “Louisiana Bed and Breakfast Association Annual Conference, 2014

  1. Great conference & networking with colleagues!

    Bonnie, Grand Victorian Bed & Breakfast

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