Louisiana

New OrleansOctober 1, 2017
Let the Good Times Roll — and Get Business Done By John Buchanan

Year after year, the Crescent City, so named because of its location on the Mississippi River, draws enthusiastic attendees from across the U.S. to meetings large and small. And its reputation for letting the good times roll invariably precedes their arrival.

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New OrleansJune 1, 2017
From the Culinary & Music Scenes to Its Cultural Heritage, the Crescent City Delivers Inspirational & Memorable Meetings By David Swanson

Corporate events in this one-of-a-kind destination are up by 20 percent so far in 2017.

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New OrleansFebruary 1, 2017
From One of America’s Most Charming Cities to the No. 1 City for Food, the Big Easy Is a Planner’s Dream Destination By David Swanson

The Crescent City continues to reveal new facets, many of which present fresh opportunities for the meetings industry.

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New OrleansFebruary 1, 2016
From Carnivals to the Culinary Scene, the Crescent City Has Everything a Planner Needs and an Attendee Wants By Derek Reveron

The passionate spirit of New Orleans provides a one-of-kind, immersive experience for meeting groups.

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New OrleansJuly 1, 2014
Beckons Planners With Culinary and Cultural Charms That Can't Be Beat By Gabi Logan

New Orleans combines gracious hosting and raucous partying in a way you could never find anywhere else.

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Down on the BayouFebruary 1, 2014
Let the Good Times — and Great Meetings — Roll in Louisiana By Karen Brost

National Geographic Traveler magazine has named New Orleans as one of the 21 “must-see” destinations in the world for 2014.

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LouisianaFebruary 1, 2013
A Magical Mix of Culture, Cuisine, Music and More Keeps Groups Coming Back Year After Year By Derek Reveron

Louisiana is arguably one of the most unique destinations in the United States because of its matchless mix of cultural influences, music, cuisine, hotels and venues. The state is home to perennially popular New Orleans as well as increasingly popular destinations, including Baton Rouge and Shreveport-Bossier City.

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