From storied theatres to a Colonial-era garden, see where the past lives in the Georgia towns of Savannah, Atlanta, Macon, Athens and Sea Island.
The Midwest holds many agriculture colleges and universities. Learn how you can tap them as a resource for your next ag-related event, whether on-campus or off. Read more.
Whether via paddlewheeler, schooner or a car that can float like a boat, these Florida cruises make for unforgettable group outings. Read more.
Springfield, Illinois, is home to more than Abraham Lincoln attractions. Iconic Route 66 is famous for its Americana relics, and groups can explore a few of them. Read more.
Daring to dream is a defining New York quality, making the Empire State a cradle of imaginative venues and experiences for a wide range of group encounters. Read more.
For groups looking to escape the lights and noise of L.A., three main areas in the Inland Empire offer sunny respites packed with unique meeting spaces and a trove of group activities.
Throughout Colorado’s meetings-friendly destinations, groups have many restaurants to choose from where they could unwind over a great meal. Here are eight standouts.
Get some fresh air in between meetings in Michigan. Here are some quick group activities outdoors in Detroit, Lansing, Grand Rapids and Traverse City.
Charlotte, North Carolina, is a meetings destination on the move, welcoming a convention center expansion project that will add a significant amount of meeting spaces, new meetings hotels and a variety of intriguing offsite venues within its convention district. Read more.
Stay up to date on the latest venue openings and property renovations, including these found in Mid-America.