Actor Josh Duhamel returns to his home state for the latest North Dakota Tourism campaign.
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As association membership declines across the industry, planners are experimenting with opening their conferences to the public.
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Kelly Ricker produces events with three tenets in mind: education, networking and an experience attendees won’t get elsewhere.
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Treat your attendees to the beauty and charm of Lexington, Kentucky and see why “Southern Starts Here.”
This scenic space enjoys an alluring mix of high-tech industry, charming small towns and culturally driven attractions.
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Tom Noonan is trading crabcakes for brisket in leaving Baltimore to head Austin's CVB.
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