Got game? Do your attendees have game? Amusement Masters, an aptly named amusement company in Tucker, Ga., has outlets in 65 cities in 32 states and invites questions about any location any where. The company works with corporate event and meeting planners, convention centers and event facility managers, conference managers and party planners to pump […]
The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, W.V., has been welcoming guests since 1778. In 1946, famed interior designer Dorothy Draper refreshed its image. Aspiring interior decorators can now sign up for a five-day “Dorothy Draper School of Decorating” and learn how to create bold interiors, while enjoying resort perks such as afternoon tea and special […]
Amelia River Cruises offers three-hour eco-tours and BYOB twilight/sunset cruises off the northeast Florida coast. The eco-tour is led by a marine biologist who uses an otter trawl or shrimp net to bring catch aboard, educating guests about local marine life before releasing the creatures back into the wild.
Icebreakers can be a great way to start a meeting, as they set the tone for the presentation. They are helpful in relaxing participants, which then makes them more receptive to listening and contributing. Icebreaker activities also can create a “team atmosphere” and motivate participants to work with others in a cooperative manner. A good […]
Looking to meet in St. Louis, Mo., and looking for a fun group activity? Guests of the Millenium Hotel St. Louis have access to complimentary bicycle rentals and St. Louis Riverside Trail maps. It’s a fun self-guided 10-mile tour that passes by the Gateway Arch and through several of the city’s most historic neighborhoods.
Looking for a way to get your attendees out and about in San Francisco? The city has expanded its Sunday Streets program, which takes cars off normally busy thoroughfares and opens them for recreation and entertainment. Get out of the boardroom and into the fresh air from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on designated Sundays […]