The tourism promotion effort of Buffalo, New York, carries the tagline “Unexpected Buffalo,” and during a recent trip to the northern Empire State city, Meetings Today got a taste of how the destination may surprise attendees with its eye-opening offerings. Read more.
From meeting with astronauts and among rockets to networking at the Daytona International Speedway, there are a wealth of unique venues along Florida’s Space Coast and in Daytona Beach. Read more.
Museums, public murals and arts festivals are just some of the many ways groups can experience the thriving arts scene in Kansas City. Read for six inspiring art experiences for groups convening in the city.
Groups can partner with the Clearwater Marine Aquarium for CSR activities, event space, tours and more when meeting in Clearwater Beach, Florida. Read more.
Behind meetings momentum and increasing product diversification in 2019, Atlantic City is more equipped than ever to host meeting and event groups. Read more about the destination’s strides and future offerings.
From a massive transformation of its convention center to a food scene that is seizing its place on the world stage, California’s capital is stepping up as a meetings and conventions option that delivers attendee-pleasing Golden State goodness at an affordable price point. Read more.
Record visitor numbers in recent years have made State College, Pennsylvania, a reliable option for meeting planners. Haven’t been yet? Here’s a planner’s guide to the region’s best venues, food and beverage options and group activities. Read more.
Cooking and cocktail classes, tastings and offsite events at the homes of local booze and beer purveyors, and private dining at restaurants with impressive event spaces are among the opportunities awaiting hungry and thirsty groups in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Victoria, British Columbia-based Wear2Start Society gives a helping hand to assist local self-identified women in taking that first step to finding a job and launching a career by providing clothing, accessories, shoes, handbags and essential care items. The service, which is powered by donations, is free of charge to the client. Read more.
Host your next event in one of these three St. Louis historic hotels. With stunning architecture and captivating pasts, these are ready-made for inspiring meetings.