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In Florida, there is truly something for almost every style of gathering and budget…

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Las Vegas isn’t Nevada’s only excellent meeting destination…

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Atlantic City has some of the most luxurious casino resorts around, and they offer plenty of world-class dining and entertainment…

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It’s a city that’s forever been known for its conglomeration of contrasts — forever a meeting planner’s playground…

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Two of the current top 10 U.S. convention cities are in Florida, each with a distinctive vibe, culture and attractions…

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From the majestic beauty of the desert to the luxurious championship golf courses dotting the landscape, Arizona is teeming with meeting and event venues that are sure to please…

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Texas Offers Venues and Activities Sure to Please By

Texas is a big state — the second largest in the country by size and population. Within its more than 268,000 square miles are some of the most popular meetings destinations in the country, each with its own distinct personality. IRVING Irving may not have the same global recognition as Dallas and Fort Worth, but […]

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The numbers don’t lie. With 950 flights arriving daily at McCarran International Airport, and more than 150,000 hotel rooms available — most of them dedicated to the meeting and convention market — it’s not hard to understand the appeal of Las Vegas as one of the world’s top conference and incentive destinations. Research released by […]

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During the Tourism Industry Association of Canada’s (TIAC) annual conference this past November, it was reported that business events now accounts for 34.4 percent of all tourism in Canada, a big part of Canada’s US$71 billion tourism industry.

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The HBGCC’s meeting space configuration, varying breakout room sizes and reception spaces all fit the NCBF’s goal of meeting several needs under one convention center roof. “Our group has several receptions and it’s nice to be able to host those in one facility rather than having to host them back at a hotel,” Torres says.

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