When business resumes, The Edge and other new and classic outdoor, rooftop and high-altitude event venues will have both destinations in take-off position for sky-high celebrations. Here’s the venues planners should consider when looking ahead to future New York City and Long Island meetings.
Wisconsin Dells’ huge range of event options and after-hours activities make the city a favorite for return events. Learn why attendees keep coming back.
Coastal Virginia’s Hampton Roads, Newport News and Virginia Beach destinations are steeped in U.S. military history and to this day are home to major armed forces bases. See how your group can utilize its many offsite venues for meetings and events. Read more.
These event-ready old school classics, resort ristorantes and world-class pizzerias showcase Las Vegas’ historic love affair with Italian food. Read more.
Senior Contributor @jeffheilman sat down with Las Vegas’ Oscar and Carolyn Goodman to talk about leadership styles, what they love about Las Vegas meetings and more.
Casino resorts are sure bets in Biloxi, but for something off the beaten path, consider Biloxi’s incredible museums to host an offsite meeting or event.
The meetings infrastructure in both Omaha and Council Bluffs are built on pillars of accessibility, affordability and Midwestern hospitality. Here are five charming venues for your next small group meeting or event.
Mouthwatering barbecue and abundant craft brews are some of the must-try food and drink of Missouri’s two largest cities.
From food tours to interactive classes, here are some of the best ways groups can take advantage of Palm Beach and Treasure Coast’s diverse cuisine.
As Providence weathers the COVID-19 crisis, its celebrated, group-ready restaurants should stay top of meeting planners’ minds for future bookings. Read more.