These Texas towns offer planners plenty of ways to experience the state’s Western history and heritage.
In these Texas college towns, people are just as loyal to their alma maters as they are to the Lone Star State.
Just across the Arkansas River from Little Rock, North Little Rock contains a thriving hub of art galleries, craft breweries and rich cuisine.
Since opening, the Tudor-style Grand Summit Hotel has been in high demand by meeting groups seeking a unique place for corporate events and meetings.
Besides being the home of the Dayton Opera and the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra the center is a fantastic space for hosting meetings for 20 to 20,000 guests.
Kansas’ capital makes a marvelous place for gatherings on the Great Plains.
The Southern Cultural Heritage Center— a Catholic school and convent turned cultural center— has a history of hospitality to share with your attendees.
Meeting groups will discover a vibrant hub of Southern charm and urban landscape along the Ohio River in northern Kentucky.
These Illinois college towns bring metropolitan favorites like easy transit and high-end venues to cozy small towns.
Convention Centers are the norm, but a change of atmosphere shifts expectations and gets attendees into a different place physically and mentally.