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Kansas is Not Flat… And Has Mounds of Meeting and Event Venues!

August 14, 2019

  By Olivia Orman When thinking about your favorite states, what comes to mind? I have often heard friends and family talk about how “flat and boring” Kansas is, and it is a shame because of the state offers cool activities and interesting places to visit! Every place has its hidden gems if a person […]

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Venues That Have it “Down to a Science”

August 12, 2019

By Kaitlyn Wallace Registration: Check. Catering: Check. Speakers and PowerPoints: Check and check. State-of-the-art A/V and projection technology: Check …?Fully functional laboratory: …? Regular corporate events have a fairly set checklist. When searching for venues, we search for the same things: square footage, flexible set-up, an accommodating event team, and a stunning setting. But as […]

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Why is Manhattan the “Little Apple?”

August 10, 2019

By Astrid Zeppenfeld I have heard of The Big Apple, a.k.a. New York City. But admittedly, up until very recently, I had no idea where to find The Little Apple or what to discover when I got there. And it is quite something! The Little Apple is Manhattan, Kansas. “Well, it makes sense”, I thought. […]

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Best Cities to Eat in While Visiting Kansas and Missouri

July 12, 2019

  By Olivia Orman If you want to eat at some of the greatest cities in Kansas and Missouri, where do you go?  The rental blog Zumper recently came out with a report that uses key statistics to quantify the best cities to dine.  To determine which locations are the best for “foodies”, they analyzed […]

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5 Cool Things about Topeka

April 21, 2019

Kansas has long been thought of as a place to simply drive through to get across the country.  The state’s capital city has plenty of things to see and do which may stun tourists who think there’s only flat land and gusts of wind awaiting them in the nation’s 34th state. During a recent visit […]

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KC is Fun, Hip and Ready to Host Your Business Events

April 21, 2019

By Bill Clevlen In recent years, Kansas City has evolved into one of the hottest tourist spots in the Midwest. Whether you’re aboard the brand new downtown streetcar or trying to keep track of how many fountains are flowing within the city limits, it’s obvious KC is a fun, hip, and welcoming destination. As a […]

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Visit KC Launches Kansas City BBQ Experience App

April 21, 2019

Visit KC announced today the launch of the KC BBQ Experience app, the ultimate resource for exploring Kansas City’s signature cuisine. The application, now available for download on iOS and Android devices, was developed alongside local digital production company Propaganda3. Created by Visit KC, the free-to-download KC BBQ Experience app showcases Kansas City’s world-famous barbecue scene with […]

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Strategies that Lead to Membership Growth

April 21, 2019

Industry Update: GrowthZone 2019 Association Survey: Strategies that Lead to Membership Growth GrowthZone, a software and networking services provider whose mission is to help associations grow and maintain their active membership base, recently released their 2019 Association Annual Survey results. GrowthZone surveyed association professionals across the U.S. and Canada. The majority of which were from […]

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Global Business Travel Association – Kansas City Chapter

April 21, 2019

The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) has been around for decades. This large professional organization, connecting business travelers from around the world, represents a 1.4 billion dollar industry. Its 9,000-plus members are scattered around the globe and represent major corporations and suppliers within the travel industry. All of them have come to appreciate GBTA’s advantages, […]

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How Associations Should Strive to Build a Millennial Base in 2019

April 21, 2019

  by Amy Gitchell Just like other more traditional businesses, associations’ primaryjob is providing their members with services or benefits that fulfill a shared goal. While many associations currently have a robust Generation X membership base, their continued success is doomed if they fail to recognize the importance of recruiting millennials. So, how can associations […]

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