There's No Place Like the City

“Accessibility to good entertainment and good dining is a must for most groups,” says Carey Rountree, executive vice president of sales at the Atlanta CVB. “The closer the better. I don't think I've seen any changes in those criteria — the demands have been fairly constant. They want more activities, more amenities, close at hand.”

Downtown is also best for trade shows, says Carol Crossland, CMP, vice president of membership, meetings, and expositions for the National Arborist Associa

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