Neighbors Omaha, Nebraska, and Council Bluffs, Iowa, home to CenturyLink Center Omaha and Mid-America Center, as well as a great variety of group-friendly hotels, also offer an intriguing lineup of venues for off-site receptions and banquets.
Music of every genre, including rock, classical and jazz, is represented throughout Northern Ohio, where groups can easily include an activity or off-site gathering that incorporates a musical element. From Cleveland’s distinguished Rock & Roll Hall of Fame to music performances staged at Bowling Green State University’s new Wolfe Center for the Arts, the region’s music scene will be a hit with groups that would like to enhance the meeting with a melodic experience.
Reflective of the end-game excitement of this year’s Super Bowl LII was the preparation and execution of the big game’s hosts: Minneapolis, Saint Paul, Bloomington and surrounds. The 10-day fete highlighted some of the region’s most intriguing off-site venues, scenery, breweries, restaurants and more.
As the birthplace of the skyscraper, Chicago lays claim to an architecturally renowned skyline, with icons like the Wrigley Building, John Hancock Center and Marina City, famous as the setting of a Steve McQueen chase scene in the movie The Hunter.
From art to architecture, Madison, Wisconsin, is a hub for its cultural attractions.
Natural splendor, a rich history and all the manmade amenities that are necessary for a successful meeting await groups of all sizes in West Virginia.
Theater on the Lake, a redeveloped complex on Lake Michigan, opened after a multimillion-dollar renovation.
For meetings, the Constitution State is the home of special people and places.
While desert landscapes and stands of cacti are iconic Arizona images, the Grand Canyon State is most definitely a fluid destination.
Groups convening in Kansas will find an abundance of ways to venture out for some after-hours fun.