Welcome to Plan Your Meetings’ 2007 Houston Expo. These pages are your first look at an event we hope will reshape the way you look at yourself, your business and the meeting planning industry. Budgets, ROI, more and better for less… we could go on and on, but we know you’ve heard it all. Instead, […]
Quick trips around Houston, Texas, will only cost you $6, thanks to an ordinance enacted by city leaders. The flat taxi fare applies to trips anywhere within the Central Business District, bordered by I-45, I-10 and U.S. 59. No surcharges apply to the fare, so multiple riders can enjoy the $6 rate.
In Europe, puppetry has long been revered as an art form. Houston-based Puppet Pizzazz provides custom entertainment and puppetry workshops for receptions, social gatherings and other special events using larger-than-life-sized puppets. The company also can create corporate living logos, mascots, customized puppets and costumes.
Traditionally thought of as a suburb of Houston, The Woodlands is setting out to change all that. The newly formed The Woodlands Convention & Visitors Bureau aims to promote the city as a premiere leisure and meetings destination.
After weathering an embarrassing scandal this summer, and intense political pressure to step down over the past six months, Gerard J. “Jordy” Tollett, president and chief executive officer of the Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB), has announced his retirement.
NAMES Steven A. Schuldenfrei has been named President of the Trade Show Exhibitors Association; Mary Beth Rebedeau will fill the vacancy he left as Executive Director of the Society of Independent Show Organizers. Alyssa Egger has been named Account Services Representative for Plan Your Meetings (PYM) magazine. Egger will work directly with PYM’s advertising partners […]