These prominent chefs of Key West that specialize in group dining give us the dish on their freshest eats and how they use local seafood in their menus.
Nestled in the Rocky Mountains, Colorado Springs is visually stunning. Attendees meeting here already count on visits to natural wonders, including Pikes Peak and Garden of the Gods, but the manmade arts scene is just as impressive.
Fort Worth, Texas, is perhaps the most iconic of Old West destinations, with a cowboy heritage shining through in its working Fort Worth Stockyards, a must-visit site for leisure travelers and meeting delegates alike. But many may not know that Fort Worth is a world-class arts and museum town with event-ready fine arts institutions.
Meetings and events are anything but boring when hosted in one of these unique venues in New Jersey. Casino resorts in Atlantic City and a museum housed in a historic mansion in Morristown are just a few of the many sites you should host your next event in the Garden State.
Five new food experiences of Oahu and Kauai are rooted in Hawaii’s rich heritage. Take Michelle Obama’s favorite organic farm, jammin’ preserves, a hip food tour and one of the world’s largest coffee plantations.
As Las Vegas propels forward with the promise of new spaces and transportation solutions, it continues to be a key destination for large-scale meetings and events.
Fort Wayne, Indiana, offers a compact downtown convention core next to its Grand Wayne Convention Center, as well as a new Riverside Fort Wayne development that is bringing a new commercial, residential, nightlife and dining scene to the city. The Grand Wayne Convention Center also offers a wide variety of free services to meeting planners.
From boat tours and golf tournaments to escape rooms and supper clubs, delight attendees and enhance the meeting agenda with eight quintessential Wisconsin Dells activities for groups that don’t want to get wet.
Innovations in convention development and new and improved meetings spaces solidify Las Vegas as a leading events destination.
Since the 1980s, women have become forces to follow in the Las Vegas meetings industry. In fact, their numbers and stories could fill this magazine. From a field of many, here are eight exceptional women sharing their pathways to leadership.