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TAMA This is the Moment. This is the Place.


Meskwaki Bingo Casino Hotel 1504 305th St • Tama • Iowa • 52339 641-484-2108 • Fax: 641-484-1618 www.meskwaki.com tbishop@meskwaki.com


Rooms/suites: 400+


Meetings space sq. ft.: 14,000


Meeting rooms: 9 Reception capacity: 500 Golf course nearby: Yes Onsite restaurants: 5


Meskwaki Bingo Casino Hotel is one of the most prominent destination properties in the Midwest. The Meskwaki Veterans Convention Center is proud to offer over 14,000 sq. ft. of meeting space. Our facility will provide your guests with the best surroundings, free from the distractions of daily business life. We take the guesswork out of planning and budgeting. The result, everything you need to run an effective and productive meeting with no surprises.


If you need a venue where your group can stay overnight, we have over


400 hotel rooms! Enjoy yourself during your stay by using our indoor pool or pamper yourself in our Winding Stream Spa and Salon. Meskwaki offers five venues for your dining pleasure, from a steakhouse to a buffet. When your meeting is complete, we have everything your group needs to


have a good time. Meskwaki features Las Vegas-style gaming with over 1,400 slot machines, Keno, Racebook, Bingo, Poker and a variety of table games including favorites like Craps, Roulette and Blackjack. With all these amenities… why would you go anywhere else? Contact one of our conference professionals today to coordinate all aspects of your meeting. We are excited for you to experience Meskwaki!


WATERLOO Discover Waterloo


Waterloo CVB • Paige Nieman, CNP 500 Jefferson St • Waterloo • IA • 50701 Toll-Free: 800-728-8431


TravelWaterloo.comPaige@TravelWaterloo.com Area hotel rooms: 2,100+


Nearest airport: Waterloo Regional Airport


Major meeting facilities: Isle Casino Hotel - 5,000 sq. ft., Five Sullivan Broth- ers Convention Center - 40,000 sq. ft.


Attractions: Cedar Valley Trails, Downtown Waterloo Riverfront, Galleria De Paco, Grout Museum District, Isle Casino Hotel Waterloo, John Deere Operations, Lost Island Water Park, National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Wrestling Museum, Waterloo Center for the Arts.


Waterloo, Iowa is the perfect location for your next meeting or convention! Choose from an array of unique, affordable venues that provide the right ambiance and amenities to accommodate your event needs. Waterloo is easily accessible from every location in the Midwest and just minutes from Waterloo Regional Airport. Your attendees can enjoy spectacular attractions and entertainment, excellent lodging and dining options, fantastic shopping, and outdoor recreation. Explore over 100 miles of paved recreational trails, learn about the history of the Five Sullivan Brothers at the Grout’s Iowa Veterans Museum, discover arts and culture at the Waterloo Center for the Arts, take a tour through John Deere Operations, or experience dining like never before at Galleria De Paco. While you’re here, don’t miss Waterloo’s newest attraction – The John


Deere Tractor & Engine Museum. Located on the original site of the Waterloo Tractor Works, this museum will feature artifacts and interactive exhibits that celebrate the rich history of the tractor business at John Deere. We’ll help make the planning process easy and ensure a successful event


that you will be proud of. Visit TravelWaterloo.com or call us at (800) 728- 8431, and ask about our grant program for those hosting their event in Waterloo.


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