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Submitted by todd on Tue, 09/01/2015 - 22:07Check out these easy to follow and informative tips in Unique Venues latest infographic: Planning a Multi-site Event Infographic.
Submitted by todd on Thu, 08/27/2015 - 22:07Planning a nonprofit fundraiser is no easy task and it takes some knowledge of event planning to be successful. A few meetings may be required to ensure everyone involved is on the same page. To reduce costs, meetings can be held during the off-season and venues such as college campuses are perfect during the summer and school breaks. Many locations specialize in non-profits and are happy to help you during the planning process. Choose a location that works for everyone, which is close to public transportation for easy access.
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Submitted by mandy on Wed, 08/26/2015 - 08:00Have you discovered Lincoln, Nebraska for hosting your events? Hosting a meeting in this town offers event planners and attendees enough space for large youth events, entertainment for post-conference activities, and exemplary dining options for guests. Discover all that Lincoln has to offer in this handy infographic:
Submitted by todd on Thu, 08/13/2015 - 22:07Check out these easy to follow and informative tips in Unique Venues latest infographic: Non-profit Meetings.
Submitted by todd on Thu, 08/06/2015 - 22:07Do you have a major corporate event or meeting coming up? If you’re expecting a large number of attendees or big-name guests such as top CEOs or even celebrities, then you may want to get creative with where you choose to host your event or meeting. Sure, your business headquarters are fine for day-to-day business or casual meetings, but for large corporate events you might want to make a bigger impression on your guests. Consider renting a stadium to hold your event in. Stadium event planning may seem overwhelming at first, but it doesn’t have to be.
Submitted by mandy on Tue, 07/21/2015 - 07:00
Today we welcome Loray Mill Event Hall to the Unique Venues family. They are an event venue located in North Carolina just outside of downtown Gastonia. Their unique space features brick interior and expansive mill style windows. They even have an onsite event coordinator to help you coordinate reunions, rehearsal dinners, or charity galas.
Submitted by todd on Tue, 07/14/2015 - 22:07
When planning a corporate or group retreat, it's not just about having nice accommodations or a good AV system (though obviously you'll need those); it's about the whole experience! After all, what good is a retreat that offers fine dining and a beautiful room, but leaves you bored to tears between presentations? You could go to meetings and spend evenings watching TV at home! That's why the best venues offer on-site activities, a coordinator who will arrange your group's visit to local attractions or both.
Submitted by todd on Tue, 06/30/2015 - 22:07If you’re planning on holding a business event in Texas, Houston provides a wide range of entertaining and informational amenities that you can enjoy as part of your conference. The Lone Star state is known for making things bigger and better, so why not do the same with your company’s next event? As one of the major metropolitan areas in the nation, this home to over 6 million people is guaranteed to provide the perfect environment for anything you and your coworkers would like to do.
Submitted by todd on Tue, 06/09/2015 - 22:00Check out these easy to follow and informative tips in Unique Venues latest infographic: Planning Your Next Government Meeting.
Submitted by mandy on Fri, 06/05/2015 - 07:00The Camp Berachah Conference & Retreat Center is one of the newest members to the Unique Venues portfolio. They offer lodging on 160+ serene acres in Auburn, Washington. Located 35 minutes away from Seattle, they have 40,000 sq feet of indoor recreation and meeting space. Onsite, guests can expect to receive personalized care, food service, and accommodations amongst a colorful canopy of Evergreen, Fir, and Maple trees.