From Boston’s literary legacy and storied sports venues to revolutionary renaissance projects like Encore Boston Harbor, this historic American city’s spirit readies any meeting agenda for victory. Read more.
The advantages of taking a meeting that is traditionally held in the U.S. across the border to Canada are many, from a currently favorable exchange rate to a division within the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) that is primed to make the transportation of materials go as smoothly as possible. Learn how to take advantage of the system.
From biking in Portland to sand dune buggy tours and hikes around a national park, these are the best ways for meetings groups to bond outdoors in the Beaver State. Read more.
Present-day visitors to Texas can travel back in time to experience the state’s history through these six event-capable, historic spots.
Texas’ expansive history is preserved in its many museums, detailing the achievements of astronauts, oilmen, pioneers and war heroes. Experience its storied past by hosting an event in one of seven state treasures. Read more.
The deserts of Southwest U.S., in particular, are ripe for corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities for meeting groups who want to aid the environment while enjoying its reliably arid climate. Following are five desert CSR activities that have either given back to the ecosystem or worked in tandem with the environment to help its human residents.
Virginia’s history, resorts and culture make it an attractive meetings destination in 2019. Read to discover the state’s best-in-class venues and other group offerings.
The Texas convention center scene is a competitive market. With new developments stretching from the DFW Metroplex to West Texas, read the latest on the Lone Star State convention scene.
Tucson received an UNESCO designation in 2015 as America’s first City of Gastronomy and has been a culinary leader ever since. Read on for seven ways groups can savor the Arizona city’s Sonoran cuisine.
San Antonio has many unique offsite venues for meetings and events. The historic Alamo and other popular tourist attractions double as event venues, including San Antonio Botanical Garden and the Witte Museum. Read on for all the options.