and recreational amenities will leave
your attendees inspired and delighted.
Discover pure Michigan in Traverse City.
Contact: Chad Chappell
Address: 100 Light Street, 12th Floor,
Baltimore, MD 21202
Phone: (410) 659-7302
Fax: (410) 727-2308
Baltimore’s easy to get to and easy to get
around. And nearly everything is “just two
feet away” from the spacious Baltimore
Convention Center and the famed Inner
Harbor. Great restaurants, world-class
attractions and museums, outstanding
sports venues and 8,500 hotel rooms
( 5,500 committable) are part of the city’s
compact, convenient “convention com-
Neighborhoods — from the cultural
hub of Mount Vernon to historic Federal
Hill and Fell’s Point to kitschy Hampden
— are great places for your attendees to
discover Baltimore. For more informa-
tion on bringing your next meeting to
Baltimore, contact Visit Baltimore at (800)
343-3468 or visit www.baltimore.org.
Address: 212 55th Place, Downers
Grove, IL 60516
Phone: (630) 322-9970
Fax: (630) 322-9975
Plan your Denver meeting: Now, more
than ever, choosing the right city for
your next meeting is as easy as 1, 2,
3… 4, 5, 6, 7! Denver is one great city
with seven great reasons that make it
the perfect meeting destination — with
a state-of-the-art convention center, a
central location, an international airport,
a walkable downtown district, and more.
See all seven reasons why Denver is the
best choice for your next meeting at
Contact: Donna Allen, Vice President of
Sales and Marketing
Address: 232 E. Main Street, Norfolk,
Phone: (757) 664-6620
Fax: (757) 622-3663
Norfolk, Virginia, is a very walkable city
with a beautiful waterfront, outdoor
adventure, cutting-edge restaurants, historic sites, diverse cultural and entertainment opportunities, theatres, and retail
shops all within 12 city blocks.
Visitors will find it is easy and affordable to maneuver Norfolk. A complimentary transportation service, F.R.E.D
(Free Ride Every Day), is a battery and
solar-powered cart that carries up to
five people. Also available is the Norfolk
Electric Transit (NET), a premiere complimentary shuttle service for the downtown
area, and slated to open this summer is
Norfolk’s new light rail system, The Tide.
Norfolk International Airport (ORF) is
the major airport serving southeastern
Virginia offering hundreds of flights daily.
Two-thirds of the nation’s population
is within a day’s drive! For more information, please contact VisitNorfolk at (800)
368-3097 or visit www.visitnorfolktoday.