The Golden StateFebruary 1, 2018
Whether You Want a Big-Name Draw Location or a Lesser Known Gem, California Delivers By Christine Loomis

California is nearly 164,000 square miles, the third largest state in the union is a glorious mix of ocean, desert, dramatic rock formations, imposing peaks, sublime sandy beaches, wild lands and singular cities.

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CaliforniaAugust 1, 2017
The Golden State’s Diverse Destinations Offer an Escape From the Ordinary By David Swanson

California’s collection of world-class destinations is positively catnip to meeting planners looking for a dose of fresh air on the meeting circuit.

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CaliforniaFebruary 1, 2017
The Golden State’s Diversity of Destinations Shines By Christine Loomis

Find out what’s new for meetings in Anaheim, Irvine, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Marina del Rey, San Diego and more.

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CaliforniaMay 1, 2016
Golden Opportunities for Meetings By Karen Brost

From San Jose to San Diego, new venues and experiences captivate and inspire.

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California ConfabsAugust 1, 2015
A Wealth of Options in the Golden State By Christine Loomis

When it comes to extraordinary and diverse destinations in which to meet, few states rival California.

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CaliforniaApril 1, 2015
What’s New for Meetings From SoCal to SanFran By Patrick Simms

When meeting in California, it’s natural to try to capture the laidback, West Coast lifestyle at offsite events.

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CaliforniaDecember 1, 2014
The Golden State Ranks High on Meeting Planner ­­and Attendee Wish Lists By John Buchanan

California ranks high on the wish lists of many planners because of its broad appeal to attendees and Mediterranean-type climate.

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By Karen Brost

There are plenty of golden meeting opportunities waiting to be mined in The Golden State of California.

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From the Bay Area and Big Sur to Silicon Valley and Wine Country By John Buchanan

Northern California is not a single place. It is a collection of places, each of which is world famous for its unique appeal. From the urban enclaves of San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose, to the renowned wine regions of Napa Valley and Sonoma County, to the more rural eastern region known as Tri-Valley, and the iconic coastline through Monterey County along U.S. Highway 1, Northern California offers planners a diverse list of spectacular options.

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Southern CaliforniaApril 1, 2013
Pretty and Close to Perfect By Michael Bassett

Southern California may combine a bit of a beachside vibe with the urban glitz of Hollywood and Beverly Hills. But it offers so much more than that. The stretch of the West Coast from Los Angeles down to San Diego is filled with world-famous theme parks and museums, great restaurants, iconic hotels, fantastic beaches, and […]

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