Quirky festivals, historic venues and farm-to-fork foods define Western Pennsylvania’s culinary scene, from downtown Pittsburgh to the shores of Erie. Here’s how groups meeting in the area can take advantage.
Companies flock to Silicon Valley to tap its brain trusts of innovation and snap picks in front of the Google rainbow or the Facebook thumbs up. Afterward, an unexpected world of history, art, nature and, increasingly, excellent and eclectic food and drink experiences indulge visitors. Here are some of the region’s tastiest options.
Don’t discount North Dakota for your next meeting. Bismarck is steeped in historic and noteworthy attractions, including Native American heritage sites and stops on the Lewis and Clark expedition. Find out how you can add these and more to your meeting agenda.
We've selected a host of Caribbean hotels and resorts that are going above and beyond to offer planners ways to weave wellness practices into their meeting agendas.
If you’re meeting in Lincoln, Nebraska, the Haymarket neighborhood should be your home base. Its modern amenities mixed with historic charm delivers everything your attendees are looking for.
Planning a meeting in Omaha, Nebraska? Everything you need—from the historic offsite venues and meetings-friendly hotels to the group dining spots—is in the Old Market district. Read more about why it’s the perfect epicenter for your events.
Visitors to Wyoming have come to expect a meal that matches the Western spirit, particularly first-rate steaks and delicious burgers. Local restaurants serve food in step with the Cowboy State’s hunting and fishing scene, including bison, elk, duck and fish in season, and pair it all with amazing beer, wine and ambience.
At just over 11 square miles, Newport may be small on the Rhode Island map, but don’t let its size fool you. This New England charmer is chock-full of character. When it comes to leaving unforgettable impressions on attendees, these six offsite venues and experiences are sure to please—from mansions and sailboats to a storied colonial fort.
Meeting planners may be forgiven for not recognizing Wichita, Kansas, as a multifaceted meetings destination now brimming with cultural institutions and downtown dining and brewpub options for delegates. Explore its many arts facilities and offsite venues for meetings.
Ko Olina is the 642-acre oceanfront resort area of leeward Oahu that’s surrounded by lush green mountains, four lagoons and one-and-a-half miles of pristine coastline—and it could be the location of your next meeting or event.