Is State-of-the-Art Enough?

The competition between cities for meetings never has been greater, and the proof can be seen in the architecturally pleasing, technology-laden convention centers being built coast to coast.

Civic leaders, motivated by a desire to get their share of the meetings business, have recognized that a gleaming new convention center is the heart of any city's effort to catch the attention of religious meeting planners and their brethren in other organizations. But when seemingly ever

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