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The City with a Small-town Vibe: Springfield, Missouri

October 23, 2020

The way we meet in person might be changing, and there are more unknowns than we can count, but Springfield, Missouri will be here when you’re ready. The city with the small-town vibe, Springfield is nestled in the heart of the Ozarks with everything you need when planning your next in-person (or hybrid!) event, and […]

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People Update: Craig Hall

October 22, 2020

The Jefferson City Convention and Visitors Bureau (JCCVB) is pleased to announce its recent hire of Craig Hall, who joined the JCCVB team as the new Sports Sales Manager. Hall will lead the charge in attracting new sporting opportunities to Jefferson City while offering an extensive range of services to ensure the events are successful. […]

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Gateway Convention Center is Hosting Monster Mash Halloween Bash this Saturday

October 22, 2020

Gateway Convention Center is hosting its Monster Mash Halloween Bash on Saturday, October 24th.  This event will take place on its back parking lot, featuring vendors, children’s activities, a Trunk-or-Treat, and Hotel Transylvania as the drive-in movie. Masks must be worn if you leave the sitting area around your vehicle, inside the building, and when […]

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Convention South Readers’ Choice Awards Bestow Distinction on Branson Hotels and Resorts

October 19, 2020

Five Branson properties and organizations were honored for their excellence in Convention South’s 2020 Annual Readers’ Choice Awards last week, underscoring the superlative options that meeting and event planners have when seeking golf with group events. Thousand Hills Golf Resort and Big Cedar Lodge were both rewarded for their top-notch offerings. Together they are home […]

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The Cape City Hall Renovation Project is Progressing Timely

October 7, 2020

Photo courtesy of Penzel Construction According to the Southeast Missourian, the $12 million renovation of Cape Girardeau’s city hall is well underway.  This project involves revamping the Common Pleas Courthouse and the 7,770 square-foot Annex building, in addition to constructing a connecting structure.  It is estimated that these new facilities will be ready to use […]

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Metropolitan Charisma Meets Midwestern Charm in Springfield, Missouri

September 29, 2020

When it comes to finding the perfect place to book your next event, look no further than Springfield, Missouri where you’ll find excellent meeting facilities, quality hotels, an amazing dining scene and plenty of attractions to keep your attendees entertained. To help planners book group business with confidence, the Springfield Convention & Visitors Bureau is […]

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St. Charles Convention Center Hosts In-Person Reception Event

September 23, 2020

On September 22nd, the St. Charles Convention Center debuted its recently-installed AtmosAir filtration system to convey their commitment to facilitating safe, in-person gatherings.  This light networking reception included a presentation about the benefits of AtmosAir, and attendees were able to view the new HVAC system on the convention center’s rooftop. This two-hour function illustrated that […]

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A New Look for AV: A Q&A on Outdoor Events in the Time of COVID-19

August 18, 2020

By Kaitlyn Wallace Moving into the summer months of 2020, outdoor events have gained great success, accommodating large numbers of attendees and staging large scale events for the first time post-COVID-19. But they also come with unique challenges, particularly in the field of effective AV. Weather, such as bright sun or wind, can complicate light, […]

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Same Places, New Procedures: How Missouri Attractions are Safely Handling Visitors

August 18, 2020

By Bill Clevlen Across Missouri, locals and visitors alike are seeking some sense of normal in, what is left of, a tumultuous 2020.  While many of Missouri’s most popular attractions shut down during the spring months, most are now open with new safety procedures in place. I would say most people have shaken off the […]

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Columbia, Missouri: More Than Just A College Town

August 18, 2020

By Astrid Zeppenfeld A quaint college town located halfway between Kansas City and St. Louis might just turn out to be your next business event destination. Why? Because Columbia, Missouri, is so much more than just a college town. Natural Beauty Starting with the backdrop of Missouri’s gorgeous rolling hills, Columbia has quite a bit […]

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