All posts in "Fall 2004"
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Book Review

September 26, 2004

The Guide to Successful Destination Management                                                                                                   […]

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Love at first sight… and bite… at Columbia’s Holiday Inn Select

September 26, 2004

By Kristi Ruggles Holiday Inn Select Executive Center Executive chef Brian Taborski. Warning: The contents of this article may cause uncontrollable salivating. Brian Taborski, executive chef for the Holiday Inn Select Executive Center in Columbia, wants the dishes he creates to be delicious to his guests before their forks hit their plates. And so he […]

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Kemoll’s Top of the Met

September 26, 2004

By Krisit Ruggles The Florentine Room. Commencement speakers have dispensed three pieces of advice to countless graduates. Take risks, they’ve said, work hard, and build friendships. After all, no telling who will be your next boss. Whether Robert Tedesco heard that advice and seized upon it, or whether he simply conducted himself as Robert Tedesco, […]

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Ultra cool: 40 Sardines

September 26, 2004

Debbie Gold and Michael Smith are the only chefs working in Kansas City to win a James Beard Foundation Best Chef Midwest Award… and that’s only the tip of the iceberg for this husband-and-wife culinary team. Their eclectic restaurant, 40 Sardines, offers exciting public and private space for your next event. The cool blue dining […]

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Truman Library

September 26, 2004

The Truman is one of just ten presidential libraries in the nation, and among the most meeting-friendly… and in some ways it’s a planner’s dream. Anna Foote takes a look. By Anna FooteOpposite, the “press room” at the Truman Presidential Museus & Library in Independence: above its exterior. These days, when cynicism is in vogue […]

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Holiday Inn Sunspree

September 26, 2004

Experienced hospitality professionals, a fabulous location, dedication to service and wonderful food make the Holiday Inn Sunspree at the Lake of the Ozarks a winning choice year after year for planners throughout the state The word “success” in the hotel business can have a lot of meanings. All too often, it means that an individual […]

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The City Museum

September 26, 2004

Want a place your guests will never forget? Plan your next event or corporate meeting at St. Louis’ City Museum, where the most amazing, creative spaces ever conceived are incorporated into one of the most remarkable museums on earth. By Kristi Ruggles Want to throw the kind of corporate event where the CEO pummels down […]

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The Second Downtown: Clayton

September 26, 2004

  Clayton has it all … by not by chance. Its city leaders, educators, business owners and residents have devoted themselves for years to making this St. Louis County community the envy of its peers. With 75 restaurants in a 2.5-mile radius, seven million square feet of active corporate office space, beautiful Shaw Park, 1,000 […]

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Choosing Overland Park Comes Naturally

September 26, 2004

By Michael Humphrey  You can almost feel the serenity in the Overland Park Convention and Visitors Bureau’s slogan: The Natural Choice. It would be a mistake, however, to confuse tranquil with passive. Sure, the Kansas City suburb is a safe and easy city, one that often evokes monikers such as “all-American” and “family-friendly.” But a […]

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Don’t Wait Until Disaster Strikes To Think About Release And Waiver Documents

September 26, 2004

Releases and waivers provide an excellent layer of protection against liability. So, why don’t more planners put the us of these documents on their “to do” list regularly? Expert Barbara Dunn explains the importance of release and waiver documents, how well they protect planners and their clients, and some of the pitfalls (no pun intended!) […]

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