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“A city that speaks for itself”. That’s the mantra of a new campaign to promote Philadelphia and all of the things that have made it a dynamic destination for meetings, conventions, events and overseas visitors.

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Could the DL&W Terminal be a possible location for the new Convention Center? One Buffalo Rising reader feels that it’s the perfect site, by incorporating the existing terminal with myriad other Cobblestone District attributes.

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Stacey Purcell, assistant director of sales for Caesars Entertainment Corporation, was recently honored with The Spirit Award by the Las Vegas Hospitality Association at the LVHA Distinction Awards. She is one of four recipients recognized in the industry.

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Caesars Entertainment Corporation, the world’s most geographically diversified casino-entertainment company, announces a phased approach for the removal of single-use plastic straws from all U.S. locations, and aims to provide guests with alternative sustainable options.

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Pennsylvania Convention Center asked Daktronics of Brookings, South Dakota, in conjunction with SMG to provide seven new LED video displays to amplify the guest experience during more than 200 annual events hosted by the facility.

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The TD Convention Center, one of the region’s largest convention and meeting facilities, is now the Greenville Convention Center.

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WASHINGTON – ASAE Senior Vice President of Public Policy Jim Clarke, CAE, has announced his decision to retire from his post at the end of January 2019 after more than 20 years of service to the organization. Clarke, who came to ASAE in 1997 after a prestigious career on Capitol Hill, has overseen a public […]

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The convention center continues to lead the way into a green future with its award-winning Sustainability Program, which aims to improve the environment through innovations in the use of energy conservation techniques, renewable energy and more.

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The Global Business Travel Association wrapped up its 50th annual convention last week in San Diego with nearly 7,000 travel professionals attending the five-day event to learn about innovation and the future of business travel.

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The $235.5 million hotel deal, which includes $85.4 million in city financing and $151 million from Omni, was long described by consultants hired by the city as being critical to the success of the Oklahoma City Convention Center.

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