Georgia has a new law that allows places of public accommodation — restaurants, hotels, convention centers — to stock epinephrine.
Several of Georgia’s top tourism officials were honored this month with awards at the 2013 Georgia Governor’s Tourism Conference. All of the winners were nominated by members of the state’s tourism industry. Paul Broun Award for Marketing Initiatives: The Golden Isles Convention & Visitors Bureau. Larry Allen Tourism Leadership Award: Laurie Rowe, owner of Laurie […]
When you think of convention food, what comes to mind? Mystery meat? Inedible veggies? Hunger? It’s not easy being a captive, and famished, meeting or event attendee, but the Georgia International Convention Center (GICC), in partnership with Atlanta caterer Proof of the Pudding, plans to sate its starving masses through a new food and beverage […]
Bringing you “Motivation for Innovation,” the 2011 PYM Annual is designed to help you navigate new technologies, find solutions for current challenges and, hopefully, inspire you to create something big, bright, beautiful and business-friendly at your next meeting or event. But, like everything we do here at Plan Your Meetings, this was a group effort. […]
Meeting planners looking to book after October can check out the new Clarence Brown Conference Center in Cartersville, Ga., opening across from Georgia Highlands College, a two-year, associate degree-granting school. The 44,000-sq. ft. conference center sits on a 20-acre site and will feature a ballroom that can accommodate 1,400; a banquet hall that seats 300; […]
The Kessler Collection hotels (Bohemian Hotel Savannah Riverfront and the Mansion on Forsyth Park) in Savannah, Ga., put a new twist on traditional group tours. Meeting attendees staying at either property can get up-close-and-personal with historic downtown Savannah via self-guided iPod Touch tours. The tours have been customized to give visitors access to insider information, […]