Combining an intentional service-driven, client-first approach with major infrastructure redevelopment, Rochester, N.Y., continues to establish a ROC-solid position in the Northeast and broader group market. Visit Rochester President & CEO Don Jeffries discussed how the positive momentum from 2018 is carrying New York’s third-largest city forward in 2019.
The accolades are building. Dubbed by Thrillist earlier this year as “One of the Coolest Cities in America that Doesn’t Even Know It Yet” and “The best surprise in the Midwest,” by ESPN writer Myron Medcalf, Wichita, Kansas, is making its presence known.
Urban districts are heating up in a multitude of places around the country. We asked meeting planners for input on what cities they think are up-and-coming and why the locations are trending nowadays.
“When you are raised by sock puppets you can be socially awkward.”
As the sun sets on 2017, Atlantic City has added to its multiyear revival.
Rapid City, S.D., is a popular Midwest host for group events.
While Newport embodies tradition, it’s also a place of innovation.
Los Angeles County is largely comprised of communities that are pedestrian-friendly and filled with neighborhood charm.
Omaha, Neb., and Council Bluffs, Iowa, are far from twin cities, but their proximity to one another makes for a multifaceted destination.