Visit Indy's senior vice president of sales Daren Kingi weighs in on why Indianapolis is a favorite among faith-based groups.
Visit Salt Lake President and CEO Scott Beck shares why event coordinators should consider hosting their next gathering in the mountainous metro.
Faith-based organizations are booking space at hostels, a budget-friendly alternative to hotels, through Hostelling International USA.
A massive mixed-use development and new tourist attractions are coming to the Washington D.C. waterfront, making the district a new destination for events.
Warning: time spent at one of these three organizations in the western United States may result in an unforgettable outdoor adventure.
Gaylord Rockies Director of Sales Michael Kofsky shares the inside scoop of the massive Aurora, Colorado property, slated to open in 2018.
Canada's capital city of Ottawa, Ontario, is transforming its cultural and entertainment offerings to entice meeting groups this year.
Perdido Beach Resort, the only full-service hotel in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, Alabama, adds a new Club Level and opens a new conference room in June.
An explosion of downtown hotel openings and the city’s Big Build further position Minneapolis as a top Midwest destination.
A conference in New York City may sound out of your ministry's price range. Before you rule it out, consider this breakdown of affordable options and experiences
Sean Keliiholokai and his team at the Dana Point DMO are confident the city is a nice fit for faith-based events.
If you're planning a meeting in Canada, there are four important factors to understand before heading north of the border.
Discover four unexpected reasons to meet in Lancaster County’s Amish Country will have you putting Penn(sylvania) to paper.
The Canadian convention market is heating up with new and renovated facilities.
Take a look at new developments in three cities in the northeast that should not be overlooked.
Hudson Yards, a record-breaking private development, is coming to New York City and bringing new event venues with it.
Get the most bang for your budget in these five Western U.S. cities. San Jose, Calif. Consider this city San Francisco’s equally fun, smaller and less
Forget counting calories when visiting these locales in the Northeast, each known for signature sweets.
These less familiar Southern locales are all enjoying a spur of activity as of late, adding to their appeal for meetings and conferences.
Hilton Cleveland Downtown's Director of Sales and Marketing Ronnie Collins shares why right now, more than ever, Cleveland rocks.
San Francisco event venue Bently Reserve gets a standing ovation for its new conference rooms designed with standing desks for meetings.
Explore these five host cities with customizable tours that create unforgettable Midwestern experiences.
Under-the-radar cities in the Midwest offer a surprising number of things to see and do, as well as substantial hotel and convention space.
Texas has long been famous for its hospitality, but this year, things are getting even bigger across the Lone Star State.
Thorncrown Chapel is a gem in the crown of the Ozark Mountains.
Winston-Salem, North Carolina, is throwing meeting planners a curve ball. Heads up!
The new Opal Sands Resort, opened in February, is looking to apply the St. Petersburg/Clearwater area’s draw to meetings business.
There’s no place like New Orleans. The Big Easy is gearing up to celebrate its 300th anniversary in 2018 with big updates.
Craig Greenberg, president of 21c Museum Hotels, gives us his take on how the brand's new Oklahoma City location is a catalyst for improving downtown.
With beautiful beaches and warm weather, Gulf Shores and Orange Beach have a strong case for small ministries that see their event as a chance for attendees
There’s fun for the whole fam in entertaining Gatlinburg.
Planners hosting events in Gulfport have largely relied on hotels outside of the downtown area to fit their room block needs, but no longer, thanks to
Columbus is the capital of Ohio, but the city of 850,000 people is also making a name for itself as the Midwestern capital of style.
Actor Josh Duhamel returns to his home state for the latest North Dakota Tourism campaign.
Faith-based planners aiming to capitalize on Washington D.C.’s spiritual side may need to have the patience of Job to get around using the Metro this
The labyrinth at The Inn at Serenbe south of Atlanta is used for mindfulness and meditation activities during retreats and other faith-based events.