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How to Score With Second-Tier Cities

It's no exaggeration to say that the universe of second- and third-tier convention destinations has expanded dramatically in the last decade. From Omaha to West Palm Beach, smaller cities across the country have opened new and expanded convention centers, as well as top-tier hotel properties. This growth, combined with a still-recovering economy, has created a buyer's market in many of these cities.

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