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AIBTM® www.aibtm.com


Associated Luxury Hotels International www.ALHI.com


Boston Convention Marketing Center


www.advantageboston.com


Calgary TELUS Convention Centre


www.calgary-convention.com


Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau


www.cincymeetings.com


Convention Sales Professionals International


www.CSPIonline.org Destination DC


www.washington.org/meetings


FortWorth Convention & Visitors Bureau


www.FortWorth.com 29 103 21 66–67 31 32–33 7


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Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau


www.miamimeetings.com


Hershey Entertainment & Resorts


www.HersheyMeetings.com


Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau


www.irvingtexas.com


Long Beach Convention & Visitors Bureau


www.visitlongbeach.com


Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau


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www.gotolouisville.com/sevensecrets Positively Cleveland


www.clevelandmeetings.com


Rosemont Convention & Tourism Bureau


www.thecandoattitude.com


San Diego Convention & Visitors Bureau


www.sandiego.org/positiveresults 11 3 65 44–45 39 35


SheratonWestin 17


www.broadmoor.com The Roosevelt Hotel


www.theroosevelthotel.com


Tourisme Montréal and Palais de congrés de Montréal


www.congresmtl.com Visit Charlotte


www.charlottesgotalot.com Visit Denver


www.TruthOrDareDenver.com Visit Savannah


www.savannahmeetings.com 53 63 12–13 Inside back cover Inside front cover & 1


www.westin.com/resortmeetings The Broadmoor


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Convention Connections Premier convention centers and hotels that jointly market their meeting and exhibit facilities.


80 Columbus 82 Indianapolis 84 Pasadena 86 San Jose


88 Cobo Center


90 Myrtle Beach Convention Center


92 Phoenix Convention Center


94 Providence


96 Washington Marriott Marquis


98 Malaysia 100 Scotland


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