Coming up on one year of Dana Point CVB's existence, we take a look at what amenities meeting planners will find in the California destination.
New hotels and amenities add to the appeal of destinations in Mexico, already a perennial favorite for meeting planners and leisure tourists.
Buffalo, New York, is shrugging off its once gritty, industrial vibe for a notably hipper atmosphere association conference attendees will enjoy.
An explosion of downtown hotel openings and the city’s Big Build further position Minneapolis as a top Midwest destination.
Post Global Meetings Industry Day celebrations, Meet AC's Jim Wood counters the perception that Atlantic City, New Jersey, is a city in decline.
Perdido Beach Resort, the only full-service hotel in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, Alabama, adds a new Club Level and opens a new conference room in June.
Canada's capital city of Ottawa, Ontario, is transforming its cultural and entertainment offerings to entice meeting groups this year.
Scott Beck, president and CEO of Visit Salt Lake, debunks a few myths about the Utah city and shares why it's worthy of visiting now.
The New York State Council for the Social Studies conference starting March 22 is one of 62 events Albany Capital Center will host in its inaugural year.
How do we get our presence known in a major way? How do we build a convention center? Those are the questions being asked at the new Walnut Creek CVB.
If you're planning a meeting in Canada, there are four especially important factors to take into consideration before heading north of the border.
The new Fresh Foodie trail in Mesa, Arizona, is an 11-stop, self-guided route allowing groups to get a true taste of the southwest destination.
Forget counting calories when visiting these locales in the Northeast, each known for their signature sweets.
Turn your California dreams into reality in Huntington Beach, booming with new beachside hotel, retail and dining developments.
The Canadian convention market is heating up with new and renovated facilities.
Look beyond Boston to these three top New England destinations with modern updates and historic charm.
Combining outdoor adventures with rustic elegance, Banff, Alberta, is seeing an uptick among association groups seeking a breath of fresh air.
The San Antonio River has always been a top attraction—but the recent River Walk expansion is what’s really drawing groups to Alamo City now.
Would your board members swap slippers for cowboy boots? If so, then they’ll be down for a meeting inside a teepee at this Florida dude ranch.
Meet, mix and mingle among dozens of classic collector cars at The Automobile Gallery in downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin, for a change of pace.
With new hotels, a multimillion-dollar airport expansion and updates to its convention center, New Orleans is upping its triple-threat status for meetings.
Bringing Iowa Association of Business and Industry back to Sioux City after a 10-year absence came with major perks for the city.
Gaylord Rockies Director of Sales Michael Kofsky shares how he's approaching selling the country's largest hotel project.
Randy Erickson, director of sales and marketing for The Westin Nashville, shares why the new hotel is well-positioned for meetings in Nashville.
With beautiful beaches and warm weather, Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, Alabama, have a strong case for meetings business for small associations.
Columbus is the capital of Ohio, but the city of 850,000 people is also making a name for itself as the Midwestern capital of style. With well-known retailers
Actor Josh Duhamel returns to his home state for the latest North Dakota Tourism campaign.
Winston-Salem is a North Carolina city throwing meeting planners a curve ball. Heads up!
See what Westchester County, New York, has to offer your conference, convention or meeting. Planners will love our surprising site visits.
The Palm Beaches in Florida are booming. Event profs, take note of what’s new, refreshed and coming soon.
With a slew of new and ongoing developments, Wichita, Kansas, is enticing association groups to meet in the Midwest.
With the additions of Visit National Harbor and MGM National Harbor, the D.C. suburb is looking to attract more association meetings.
Association and specialty meeting professionals are landing big hits with conferences and conventions held at gaming properties.
Sheraton Georgetown is the Texas city's first property where attendees can meet, dine, network and use the property as a base for exploring the area.
Director of Sales and Marketing Ronnie Collins says Cleveland is undergoing a renaissance, helped along by the opening of the new Hilton Cleveland Downtown
To court meetings, three casino resorts are upping (or getting in on) the conference center game.