Tom Bennett, vice president of sales and services at Experience Grand Rapids, shares secrets about what to do in the River City.
Chattanooga is a destination primed to help groups stuck in a rut.
Buoyed by new additions, Houston continues to break records.
Wisconsin’s Door Peninsula is cool for groups willing to brave winter’s elements for teambuilding activities.
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Oakland is thriving by paying tribute to its rich past. Here’s how attendees can experience its story during events.
Remember the Alamo City with a slew of new offerings sure to entice planners.
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Reno, “The Biggest Little City in the World,” lives up to its name with nonstop fun and games.
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Savannah, one of Georgia's most famous coastal towns, hasn’t lost its charm, and it’s gaining new hotels and attractions to lure citywide conventions.
Walkable Columbus, Ohio, fresh off a convention center renovation, aims to be top of mind for event planners.