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April 2020

Features

3 Renovated Hotels in Arizona and California Feature Fresh Colors and Ideal Locations

Stay up to date on the latest venue openings and property renovations, including these found in the West.

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Destinations

Raleigh’s Live Music Scene Is On Fire

When it comes to the top live music destinations, Raleigh, North Carolina, has been garnering attention for its diverse live music scene and festivals. Find out why.

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3 Mid-America Destinations to Consider for Future Meetings

Stay up to date on the latest venue openings and property renovations, including these found in Mid-America.

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Plant-based and Vegan Meetings Cuisine Takes off at LAX Marriott

Plant-based and vegan cuisine is a “growing” trend in meetings and events catering. See how Victor Miguel, executive chef at the Los Angeles Airport Marriott, is serving this clientele with a variety of cuisine options and substitutions.

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The Most Quintessential Louisiana Teambuilding Activities for Groups

Groups meeting in Louisiana will find an array of teambuilding activities that show off the state’s unique culture and encourage rapport among attendees. Read more.

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4 Reasons Galveston Perfects Bleisure Travel

Galveston, Texas, has a lot to offer for business travelers looking for entertainment, too. One-of-a-kind activities range from incredible historical experiences to great fun in the sun. Read more.

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8 Outdoor Venues in Lake Tahoe That Surround Attendees in Nature

For attendees keen on spending time in the fresh air in Lake Tahoe (and who isn’t?), consider these outdoor venues, from a beachfront retreat to a terrace nestled in the mountains.

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Why You Should Host Agriculture Meetings at Ag Colleges and Universities

The Midwest holds many agriculture colleges and universities. Learn how you can tap them as a resource for your next ag-related event, whether on-campus or off. Read more.

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Why You Should Host Agriculture Meetings at Ag Colleges and Universities

The Midwest holds many agriculture colleges and universities. Learn how you can tap them as a resource for your next ag-related event, whether on-campus or off. Read more.

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4 Tennessee Banquet Venues with a View

From dinner on stage at the Grand Ole Opry to a birds-eye view of the Smoky Mountains in Gatlinburg, these Tennessee banquet views are a feast for the eyes.

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Boston’s Performing Arts Venues Put on a Show for Meetings and Events

From celebrated vintage theaters to world-renowned concert venues, Boston arts venues put on quite the show. Read more.

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11 Historical Venues in Georgia That Will Charm Attendees

From storied theatres to a Colonial-era garden, see where the past lives in the Georgia towns of Savannah, Atlanta, Macon, Athens and Sea Island.

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Imaginative Venues in New York State Elevate Group Gatherings

Daring to dream is a defining New York quality, making the Empire State a cradle of imaginative venues and experiences for a wide range of group encounters. Read more.

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3 Route 66 Attractions for Groups in Springfield, Illinois

Springfield, Illinois, is home to more than Abraham Lincoln attractions. Iconic Route 66 is famous for its Americana relics, and groups can explore a few of them. Read more.

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10 Ways an Events Services Professional Can Maximize Your Meetings Budget

Event service professionals, aka convention services managers, can save meetings and events planners time, aggravation and money because of their intimate knowledge of destinations and facilities. Here are 10 ways to tap into that expertise. Read more. 
 

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An Events Pizza Spinner That Will Have Attendees’ Mouths Watering

Pizza spinner Scott Volpe from Fiamme Pizza in Tucson, Arizona, will astound your event attendees with his pie-throwing magic, and then get their mouths watering with a slice of his authentic pizza. Read more. 

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What is The New Definition of Luxury? How the World’s Best Hotels Are Evolving

Luxury hotels look different than they did 20 years ago. With different approaches to travel and business, the focus is shifting from material luxe to experiences, sustainability and wellness. Read more.

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A Las Vegas Coronavirus Comeback Story

The hospitality and meetings industries are at a standstill as the COVID-19 crisis levels its crippling effect on travel and public gatherings of any size. Its top market, Las Vegas, is always a bellwether of the health of an economic segment that is one of the top drivers of the U.S. economy.

Meetings Today’s Tyler Davidson talks with Stephanie Glanzer, chief sales officer and senior vice president of MGM Resorts International, about the status of meetings and events in Las Vegas and the city’s substantial inventory of MGM properties.

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Disney Events Magic That Fills the Air With Song

A cappella group DCappella launched the Disney’s flagship a cappella experience in 2018 with a TV debut on American Idol, when the group performed classics from The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King and Aladdin. Learn how to book them for your event.

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Casual, ‘Ad Hoc’ Meeting Spaces Are a Convention Center Design Trend

The changing demographics of the business world and evolving customer preferences have resulted in a trend of “ad hoc” meeting spaces being included in new convention center projects and retrofitted into renovations and expansions by global design firms such as Populous and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Read more.

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