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OH


LIMA


A Community of Real American Strength


Lima/Allen County CVB Sharree Brenneman-Reehling Conventions, Meetings & Events Director 144 S. Main St, Ste 101 • Lima • OH 45801 sharree@lima-allencvb.com 419-222-6075


www.lima-allencvb.com www.WeAreLimaAllenCounty.com


Area hotel rooms: 1,396 Nearly 60 meeting and event facilities including the following major venues: • Veterans Memorial Civic & Convention Center • Allen County Fairgrounds • UNOH Event Center • The Centre at Bluffton • The Knights of Columbus Hall


Entertainment nearby: Museums, heritage & history, train exhibits, arts & cultural activi- ties, events, festivals, hiking, biking, bowling, racing, golf, shopping, a variety of local eater- ies. In Lima/Allen County…We Have IT!


Nestled conveniently in the heart of Northwest Ohio at the crossroads of the historic east-west Lincoln Highway and the accessible north- south I-75, Lima/Allen County is ready to welcome you. Big or small, we’re here to make your next event both memorable and successful… it’s what we do!


LOGAN Relinquish Your Routine Karen Raymore, CDME


13178 St. Rt. 664 S • Logan • OH • 43138 740-385-2750 • Fax: 740-385-1146


www.1800Hocking.comkraymore@1800hocking.com Located less than an hour from Columbus, the Hocking Hills are Ohio’s


Area rooms: 700 (our lodg- ing units are a mix of cot- tages, cabins, hotel rooms, B&B’s and Inns)


Nearest airport/distance: Port Columbus Airport - 50 miles


Major meeting facilities: The Gathering Place at the Inn & Spa at Cedar Falls, Logan Conference Center, Old Man’s Cave Chalets, Glenlaurel Inn, Camp Oty’Okwa, Camp Akita, Crockett’s Run, Hocking Hills Dining Lodge, Ma- jestic Oaks, Urban Grille, Olde Dutch Restaurant & Banquet Haus, Lee’s Banquet Haus and Cedar Grove Lodges


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Natural Crown Jewels and the perfect place to inspire creativity. Take a different approach for your next meeting. Discover just how creative your team can be when they disconnect from electronic leashes and reconnect face to face.


The Hocking Hills can accommodate mid to small meetings. Build your


team through adventure in the Canopy Tour Capital of the Midwest. When you’ve completed the day’s work relax under a star filled sky and tap into big ideas for the future.


When you’re ready for a unique, natural meeting environment head for the Hills.


Entertainment/attractions: Old Man’s Cave, Ash Cave, Cedar Falls, Conkle’s Hollow, Cantwell Cliffs, Rock House (all are part of Hocking Hills State Park), Lake Logan State Park, Hocking Hills Canopy Tours, Valley Zipline Tours, Touch the Earth Adventures, Hocking Hills Adventure Trek, Earth Water Rock: Outdoor Adventures, Hocking Hills Canoe Livery, Hocking Valley Canoe Livery, Stuart’s Opera House, The Bowen House, Hocking Hills Historical Society & Museum complex, Nelsonville Historic Square Art District, Hocking Hills Market, Rocky Boots Factory Outlet, Soaring Cliffs Ziplines and R Adventure Park


Midwest Meetings Guide Book 2015


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