Atlantic City is Reaching Out to Groups

Meet AC is welcoming groups to Atlantic City with a helpful approach that includes custom planning, group itineraries and amazing attractions like the world-famous boardwalk.



Join Us For A Trip to Kentucky in June

Kentucky Department of Travel is inviting up to 15 of our travel planner readers to enjoy a four-day site inspection trip in northern and central Kentucky, June 11-14.



Get Cowboy Contemporary in Texas

Long associated with cowboy heritage, modern Texas embraces its legacy but goes beyond that image with its sophisticated culture and cuisine.



Tampa Bay History Center Expansion to Focus on Pirates and Shipwrecks

The Tampa Bay History Center will increase its exploration of Tampa’s local pirate lore with an $11 million expansion, that features pirate history.


Select Traveler Conference Makes Successful West Coast Debut

The Select Traveler Conference visited the West Coast for the first time in its 22-year history for the three-day event held February 5-7 in Ontario, California.



Ring in the New Year Year-Round at Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! Times Square

Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Times Square unveiled an interactive exhibit in early February that lets visitors relive the excitement of a New Year’s Eve celebration in Times Square 365 days a year.



Kentucky’s Foodie Festivals

Bring your group to one of these Kentucky festivals, and you’ll be in for a tasty culinary experience.



A Hotel How-To for Group Business

do you know how to maximize your appeal to the group travel market, we’ve got the answers for how hotels can cash in on group business.



Shoulder-Season Value in the Canadian Rockies

Bob Hoelscher recounts his findings from a recent trip to the Canadian Rockies during the area’s shoulder season.



Make It, Take It: Handcrafted Experiences for Groups

Groups are gravitating to hands-on experiences and handcrafted souvenirs.