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  How to Make Your Business Meeting At the Casino Pay Off By Astrid Zeppenfeld Businesses are always looking for new, innovative ways to create enjoyable special events and meetings for attendees. So what better way to combine business with pleasure than to offer the fun atmosphere of a casino during your next conference? And

By Olivia Orman Manhattan, Kansas, commonly known as The Little Apple, has many unique venues that appeal to corporations who want to add a special touch to their company gatherings.  On top of Manhattan’s larger, conventionally-used meeting spaces, this city is abundant in private dining facilities that can double as business settings.  These Little Apple

Bar K Dog Park Offers Unique Event Spaces By Anita K. Parran “Like most start-ups, the idea began by solving a problem for ourselves,” explained Leib Dodell, who like Dave Hensley, was “constantly frustrated and puzzled” about why nobody was creating innovative spaces for people to bring their dogs. They visualized a space where they

HCW LLC and the City of Manhattan, KS have begun construction on an additional 11,550 SF of convention space to the current 30,000 SF Hilton Garden Manhattan Conference Center. The development is located along South 3rd Street, just off Route 18 in the Downtown Entertainment District of Manhattan, KS.  The 11,550 SF addition includes 8,700 SF of meeting space, including a large 3,375 SF meeting room and three

The Travel Industry Association of Kansas (TIAK) is hosting the 2020 Destination Statehouse on Wednesday, February 5, 2020 in Topeka.  This legislative event will take place at The Cyrus Hotel and will feature networking, briefings and educational presentations, Kansas House and Senate observations at the Statehouse, and Office Visits with Elected Officials.  Attendees will also

With the construction the New Wichita ballpark, slated to open in April 2020, more proposals for Wichita’s renovation are currently under evaluation, from a new performing arts center, and a new convention center. According to a statement released by The Wichita Eagle, Visit Wichita is having a difficult time attracting conventions and events to the