Casino resorts are sure bets in Biloxi, but for something off the beaten path, consider Biloxi’s incredible museums to host an offsite meeting or event.
The meetings infrastructure in both Omaha and Council Bluffs are built on pillars of accessibility, affordability and Midwestern hospitality. Here are five charming venues for your next small group meeting or event.
Mouthwatering barbecue and abundant craft brews are some of the must-try food and drink of Missouri’s two largest cities.
From food tours to interactive classes, here are some of the best ways groups can take advantage of Palm Beach and Treasure Coast’s diverse cuisine.
As Providence weathers the COVID-19 crisis, its celebrated, group-ready restaurants should stay top of meeting planners’ minds for future bookings. Read more.
Groups meeting in Louisiana will find an array of teambuilding activities that show off the state’s unique culture and encourage rapport among attendees. Read more.
Already done the tour of theme parks, beaches and golf courses in Florida? There’s still plenty of only-in-Florida activities you can organize for your meeting group. Read more.
Galveston, Texas, has a lot to offer for business travelers looking for entertainment, too. One-of-a-kind activities range from incredible historical experiences to great fun in the sun. Read more.
When it comes to the top live music destinations, Raleigh, North Carolina, has been garnering attention for its diverse live music scene and festivals. Find out why.
While most services offered by CVBs and DMOs are free, some planners still go directly to hotels and other suppliers when they set up their events. These Florida CVB and DMO professionals explain why meeting planners should rethink that approach.