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Along Idaho’s Snake River

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By Ron EngeldingerAll Posts Rolling through the plains of South Central and Southeastern Idaho, the Snake River connects the cities of Twin Falls, Pocatello and Idaho Falls. Carving a spectacular canyon through the basalt cliffs in some areas while lazily floating across the high plains in other parts, the river sustains vibrant communities and rich farmlands. The region offers unlimited opportunities for outdoor recreation and the cities are known for their friendly hospitality. The area is an attractive destination for meeting and event planners. Twin Falls Perched on the south rim of the Snake River Canyon, Twin Falls offers breathtaking
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Spokane

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By Ron Engeldinger The dramatic waterfall roaring through the center of the city emphasizes that Spokane, Washington, is no ordinary city. Outdoor adventures abound just minutes from the city center, but Spokane also has a sophisticated side. A thriving art and culture tradition and a flourishing culinary scene combine with outdoor activities to draw conferences, meetings and events. “The whole city is one great experience. The hospitality community works together closely with each other and with the city,” says Robert Enriquez, vice president of sales and marketing for Visit Spokane. He adds, “You step into technicolor when you come to
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Tacoma

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By Ron Engeldinger WITH THE WATERS OF PUGET SOUND LAPPING AT ITS DOORSTEP AND VIEWS OF GLACIER-CLAD MOUNT RAINIER IN THE DISTANCE, TACOMA HAS COME INTO ITS OWN AS A DESTINATION FOR MEETING AND EVENT PLANNERS. “We have awesome meeting facilities, a walkable downtown and a lot of options to keep your group busy,” explains Nick Mann, group marketing manager for Travel Tacoma + Pierce County. “Tacoma offers meeting planners all the assets of Seattle for meeting planners, but prices are lower. You get a lot more bang for your buck in Tacoma,” says Mann. A bustling waterfront, a mix
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Washington’s Wine Country

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Photo © Walla Walla The rolling hills and rich farm land of south-central and south-east Washington are the home to many of Washington’s finest vineyards and orchards. Offering first-rate food and drink, a variety of group activities and plenty of outstanding meeting venues, the region is an excellent choice for a conference or retreat. Here we describe what three of the regions destinations, Walla Walla, Yakima and the Tri-Cities have to offer. Sweet Walla Walla Small-Town Charm and World-Class Wine as Walla Walla Pours Out a Warm Welcome Steeped in history and located at the heart of a celebrated wine region,
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