Small Market Meetings

DEC 2016

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44 www.smallmarketmeetings.com Industry Directory TEXAS DESTINATION EL PASO One Civic Center Plaza El Paso, TX 79901 915-534-0692 Brooke Underwood bunderwood@destinationelpaso.com www.visitelpaso.com El Paso is a premier meeting hub in the Southwest, thanks to our world-class venues. For starters, we've begun work on multi-million-dollar investments in citywide projects. This means improvements to parks and attractions — most within walking distance of our 133,000-square-foot convention center. TEXAS MCKINNEY CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU 200 West Virginia McKinney, TX 75069 888-649-8499 Vanesa Rhodes vrhoads@visitmckinney.com www.visitmckinney.com The McKinney CVB is ready to assist you in selecting the perfect location for your small market meeting in North Texas. Just outside Dallas, McKinney offers a variety of unique venues in quaint historic settings, natural back- drops, or even in a Croatian village. Contact us today to schedule a site visit. WISCONSIN FOX CITIES CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU 3433 W College Ave Appleton, WI 54914 920-734-3358 Amy Karas akaras@foxcities.org www.foxcities.org We invite you to come together in the Fox Cities, Greater Appleton, Wisconsin. You're sure to enjoy the big-city ame- nities and small-town charm our 20 communities offer, along with our award-winning lodging, premium meeting and event space and free Bureau services to groups of 10 to 2,000 people. OHIO LIMA/ALLEN COUNTY CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU 144 S. Main Street, Suite 101 Lima, Ohio 45801 419-222-6075 Sharree Brenneman-Reehling sharree@lima-allencvb.com www.lima-allencvb.com The Lima/Allen CVB is dedicated to helping you make your next event a success. We want you and your attendees to have a wonderful experience while you're here. We will strive to make guests feel right at home with hospitality that is second to none. Let us show you why We Live It and You'll Love It. OHIO ROSSFORD CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU 1001 Dixie Hwy., Suite D Rossford, OH 43460 855-765-5451 Beth Genson, bethgenson@visitrossfordohio.com www.VisitRossfordOhio.com Four host hotels on Clark Drive at I-75 and I-80 Ohio Turnpike with 400 rooms serving 60% of the US. You are within minutes of all Toledo attractions and venues as well as affordable high-tech space at Owens College. New hotel/ convention center slated for spring 2019 with restaurants and retail. TENNESSEE RUTHERFORD COUNTY CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU 3050 Medical Center Parkway Murfreesboro, TN 37129 800-716-7560 Donna Klempnow dklempnow@rutherfordchamber.org www.ReadySetRutherford.com This vibrant Southern community, located just southeast of Nashville, features a Civil War national battlefield, pioneer village, antebellum homes, Nissan plant tours, winery and moonshine distillery tours, walking horses, the largest outdoor shopping venue in the state, antiques, and over 300 restaurants! Free county-wide parking, itinerary planning, and more. NEVADA ELKO CONVENTION & VISITORS AUTHORITY 700 Moren Way Elko, Nevada 89801 775-738-4091 Tom Lester tom@elkocva.com www.exploreelko.com The Elko Convention & Visitors Authority has over 40 years of experience in pre-convention & meeting planning. Let our professional staff be the liaison between you and the supplier. City wide Elko has 100,000 square feet of meet- ing space, 2700 lodging rooms, 2 golf courses and several unique meeting venues. NORTH CAROLINA VISITGREENVILLESC 148 River Street, Suite 222 Greenville, SC 29601 800-351-7180 David Montgomery dmontgomery@visitgreenvillesc.com www.visitgreenvillesc.com One of the Southeast's hottest cities, The Wall Street Journal calls Greenville, SC "Dream Town, USA." Greenville's natural beauty, southern charm, cosmopolitan cool and energized downtown with 100+ restaurants, along with easy interstate access and user-friendly airport make Greenville a stand out destination. NORTH CAROLINA VISIT WINSTON-SALEM 200 Brookstown Avenue Winston-Salem/NC/27101 866-728-4200 Christian Schroeder christian@visitwinstonsalem.com www.VisitWinstonSalem.com Winston-Salem is a sophisticated meeting destination conveniently and strategically located at the epicenter of North Carolina. Meeting professionals and dele-gates alike consistently give Winston-Salem high marks as a memorable meeting destination that blends its rich Colonial roots with a vibrant, southern city vibe. Winston-Salem is Your Southern Wake-Up Call MISSOURI BRANSON CONVENTION CENTER Managed by SMG 200 South Sycamore Street Branson, MO 65616 417-243-7002 Janet Peterson jpeterson@bransoncc.com www.bransoncc.com Enjoy the sophistications and style of a Metropolitan Convention Center in the Heart of the Ozark Mountains. Managed by SMG the "Gold Standard" in public facility management, The Branson Convention Center delivers unparalleled experience and service. The Branson Convention Center is a meeting planner, exhibitor and attendee's dream. This architectural gem is an ideal location for a diverse range of events and gatherings – from trade shows and conventions, to religious symposiums, corporate meetings, sports competitions, public expos and large scale social events. MISSOURI COLUMBIA CVB 300 S Providence Rd, Columbia, MO 65203 573-441-5577 Beth Mead Beth.Mead@CoMo.gov www.visitcolumbiamo.com/ "Centrally located in the heart of Missouri, Columbia's location is eas- ily accessible from all over the region. Working with the full service CVB results in better value and higher attendance for your next meeting or convention." NEBRASKA LINCOLN CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU 1128 Lincoln Mall, Suite 100 Lincoln, NE 68508 402-434-5335 Derek Feyerherm dfeyerherm@lincoln.org www.lincoln.org/meet Enjoy the high-energy, hometown atmosphere of Lincoln, Nebraska. Bursting with a renewed sense of energy, Lincoln has a little something for everyone from venues to activities. Meeting attendees and visitors are invited to experience the city like a local, knowing there's something new to do every day. 2017 Small Market Meetings Industry Directory

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