Planning a meeting in Las Vegas or attending a convention in Las Vegas and having to organize satellite events?
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In Las Vegas, if there’s a space to fill, chances are it’s available for rental. Not every meeting facility will have onsite catering services at your disposal, and some that do may not have liquor catering as an option. Rather than viewing this as a limitation, see it as a ...
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Flights McCarran International Airport: Easily one of the busiest airport systems in the world, McCarran services 40 air carriers and has an amazing 1,100 flights arriving and departing from its grounds every day. Direct flights are available to more than 125 U.S. cities. Charter flights are available for maximum flexibility and ...
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We don’t ordinarily think of putting together a cohesive color scheme as a skill in the realm of event design. By nature, most of us planners are creative and savvy people who know how to mix and match colors to achieve a visually appealing effect. But how about using ...
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In each issue, Meetings & Events Las Vegas is sure to devote coverage about return on investment (ROI). As precious time, resources, and money goes towards planning an event, we understand the need for this effort to create value for your company. As important as hosting an informative and enjoyable ...
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Just like an ad on a social network or search engine, your brand is getting an impression each time a promotional product is handled. Many items garner double impressions, one for the person using the product and one for the person who sees it used. The power of ...
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Sometimes the middle of nowhere is a pretty good place to be. Just ask the developers who in the last decade have put little Mesquite, Nevada on the map as a refreshing getaway from the bustle of raging civilization. Situated near the remote borders of Nevada, Utah and Arizona, just ...
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Roughly 40 miles south of Las Vegas sits the petite community of Primm. Located on Interstate 15 in Clark County, at the border of Nevada and California, this area is also commonly called “State Line.” However, to avoid confusion with Stateline located in northern Nevada, it was renamed in 1996 ...
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Hotel pools are a major draw for tourist looking to unwind or have some fun under the sun. Millions of dollars have gone into creating pools that vary from a beach environment with lazy rivers to multi-leveled pools for large groups and lavish VIP pools for a select few. Tropicana and ...
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To help meeting planners make informed decisions when selecting a motor coach service for group travel, the following advice is offered. Start by visiting the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration website at www.safersys.org to access the Safety and Fitness Electronic Records (SAFER) System. This website has ...
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In the endless sea of booths found at a large convention, it is often a daunting task to make sure your booth stands out among the masses. Convention attendees want to visit as many booths as possible to maximize their exposure and thus have limited time and limited attention spans ...
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