Browsing: Fall/Winter 2019-2020

  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

  The REAL ID Act was passed by federal lawmakers in 2005 to enact the 9/11 Commission’s recommendation for a “set standard for the issuance of sources of identification.” This established a minimum security standard for state-issued driver’s licenses. Beginning October 1, 2020, anyone 18 years and older will need a REAL ID compliant driver’s

  Wamego Country Club recently welcomed Amber Wilhelm as Clubhouse Manager, where she will focus on maintaining member satisfaction, planning, marketing and executing any social or private event and managing communication channels for increased member engagement.  This private 18-hole golf course is nestled in the Flint Hills, located 15 miles from Manhattan, Kansas. MK  

The Kansas City Kansas Convention & Visitors Bureau welcomes Alan Carr as the organization’s new executive director. Carr has spent his career in destination marketing including 10 years at Visit KC, where he served as vice president of marketing & communications. During that time, he and his team oversaw development of the Visit KC brand,