Discover Southern historic sites, waterfront venues and suburban destinations that are great for small meetings.
Whether it’s in a mansion or a former convent for Catholic nuns, the South’s long and rich history offers planners countless historic venues for their Southern events.
Potential meeting planners can now picture the $14.8 million convention center coming to Harlingen, Texas, thanks to released design details.
Besides the iconic double row of 28 oak trees, Oak Alley Plantation features ample meeting spaces,a restaurant and overnight accommodations.
In the midst of one renovation, Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort has announced another expansion that will add 100,000 square feet of convention space.
When it is time to make the ruling on a meeting destination, these three rules of thumb will assist in successful event planning.
Along with appealing coastal scenery and waterfront attractions, Newport offers a distinctive combination of historic and contemporary architecture.
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The Lodge at Deadwood is one of the newest and most luxurious hotels in Deadwood, and features panoramic views of the Black Hills.
Grand Rapids is perfect for planners who want a more affordable destination aside from the larger metro areas in the region.