OrlandoMay 25, 2022
Attendance Always Rises at the Theme-Park Capital By Keith Loria

When people think of Orlando, they envision Mickey Mouse, theme parks and family fun, but there’s more to the area than just these popular attractions.

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Creating the Balance Between Work and Play By Maura Keller

As business travelers begin to set their sights on destinations for both work and play, many will explore Orlando as the ideal spot to visit — and for good reason: Orlando is not only an affordable escape, but one that offers meeting options and attractions for everyone.

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Orlando Stays on TopAugust 29, 2018
An Abundance of Local Activities and Meeting Space Keeps Planners in Orlando By Mark Rowh

When you consider destinations for business travel, Orlando would have to be among the most appealing. Certainly the city is no stranger to kudos from a variety of sources. It’s been named AAA’s top domestic summer destination, as well as one of Travelocity’s “coolest places to go in 2018 for family travel.” But regardless of the time of year and even when association travel doesn’t include family, Orlando remains a top destination.

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A Sampling of Fun Cities With Serious Drawing Power By Maura Keller

One surefire solution to sagging attendance is to choose a popular vacation destination that will appeal to the whole family.

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OrlandoJuly 1, 2017
The World’s Theme Park Capital Boasts World-Class Meetings Infrastructure, Value, Access and, of Course, Fun! By David Swanson

Cvent has ranked Orlando as the No. 1 meeting destination for four out of the last five years.

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OrlandoJune 1, 2016
The No. 1 Destination for Meetings & Conventions Is an Attendance-Boosting Powerhouse. By Christine Loomis

“Association planners will be amazed at all the new opportunities for their attendees before, during and after the conference that guarantee increased attendance.”

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OrlandoJune 1, 2013
Fulfilling Every Planner’s Wish List By Michael Bassett

“Orlando was built on imagination,” says George Aguel, the president and CEO of Visit Orlando. “And it’s constantly re-inventing itself to remain a top-ranked destination among professionals.”

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