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MITCHELL Mitchell CVB


601 N Main St • Mitchell • SD • 57301 605-996-6223 • Fax: 605-996-8273


www.visitmitchell.comcvb@visitmitchell.com Corn-sider Mitchell for A-Maize-ing Meetings!


Area rooms: 1,095 Airport: Joe Foss Field (FSD), Sioux Falls - 70 miles


Meeting facilities: Corn Palace, Davison County Fairgrounds & Activities Center, Highland Conference Center, Ramada Inn & Suites Conference Center


Mitchell, SD has four venues for your convention, conference, meeting or event. The Corn Palace offers a unique setting for your event. The Davison County Fairgrounds Facility, in addition to conferences, can be utilized for exhibits, sales and fairs. The Highland Conference Center can host up to 690 delegates depending on arrangement. The Ramada Inn & Suites Conference Center has 20,000 sq. ft. of meeting space. Mitchell’s prime location on I-90, excellent restaurants, popular attractions, unique shopping and experienced CVB staff all make Mitchell an excellent choice as the host for your meeting.


Attractions: Corn Palace, McGovern Legacy Museum, Prehistoric Indian Village, Dakota Discovery Museum, Cabela’s Notes:


MITCHELL


Highland Conference Center • Jill Larson 2000 Highland Way • Mitchell • SD • 57301 605-990-1575 • Fax: 605-990-1573


www.highlandconferencecenter.com jill@highlandconferencecenter.com The perfect location for the perfect event.


Rooms/suites: 147 connected Meeting space sq. ft.: 10,000 Meeting rooms: 9 Banquet seating: 400 Golf course nearby: 2 On-property restaurants: 5


Our Grand Ballroom breaks into a variety of meeting rooms to provide a relaxed and productive atmosphere for groups of any size. From start to finish, you will have a highly attentive staff assisting you with every detail to ensure that your event happens exactly as planned. With first class onsite catering you are sure to impress your guests with our delicious breakfast, lunch, snack breaks or dinner. Your guests can enjoy a refreshing night stay at a discounted group rate at one of our connecting properties the night before the event or a relaxing night after the event as the Highland Conference Center is connected to the Hampton Inn and the Comfort Inn & Suites.


Attractions: Prehistoric Indian Village and Archeodome, Dakota Discovery Museum, McGovern Library and Center for Leadership and Public Service


PIERRE


Pierre Area CVB • Lois Ries PO Box 548 • Pierre • SD • 57501 605-224-7361 • Fax: 605-224-6485


www.pierre.orgwww.huntfishpierre.comlries@pierre.org Your Adventure on the River


Pierre, the state’s Capital City, is located on the banks of the Missouri River in Central South Dakota. Close to major population centers, it’s an area where you can stretch out, relax and enjoy the great outdoors. If it’s a quality meeting experience you’re looking for, Pierre can offer it all. Pierre features nearly 900 hotel/motel rooms. The Best Western Ramkota Hotel and Conference Center, King’s Inn


Conference Center, ClubHouse Hotel & Suites and the AmericInn are first rate convention/conference facilities that will accommodate any requirements for your next meeting. Pierre offers a unique setting for your event - specialty shops, many restaurants and popular attractions make Pierre an excellent choice for your next meeting.


Attractions: State Capitol, South Dakota Cultural Heritage Center, South Dakota National Guard Museum, Oahe Dam, South Dakota Discovery Center, Casey Tibbs South Dakota Rodeo Center, Governor’s Mansion


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