Destination: Nebraska Meeting & Event Planning City Guide
2700 Sylvan Road, Nebraska City, Nebraska,
14,000 sq ft
The Adirondack styling of timbers and stone at Lied Lodge & Conference Center sets the perfect stage for meetings of any kind. A full-service facility located on 260 acres in the center of the United States, we are dedicated to the success of your event.
By Karen Misuraca
April 30, 2012
The hidden assets of the Upper Midwest are not so hidden these days, as Iowa, Nebraska and the Dakotas are outpacing the economic growth of the rest of the nation. Clustered conveniently near international hub airports and with a location in the middle of the country, the main cities are catering to the meetings market by expanding and opening brand-new sports arenas, convention centers and hotels, even as other parts of the nation are mired in commercial slowdowns.
By Josef Aukee
January 28, 2011
The economic downturn has been a boon for regional players, such as the Midwest, in the convention and meetings business. This heartland region offers viable alternatives for affinity groups and corporate planners who need to look beyond the coasts for budget-friendly destinations—and it’s ready to do business.
Learn about Nebraska for Event Venues, Services & Meeting Destinations
Bordered by South Dakota to the north and Iowa to the east, Nebraska may be best known for being a part of the Great Plains. Known as the Cornhusker State, it has produced such famous residents as Henry Fonda, President Gerald Ford and Warren Buffett. Groups come for the central location and friendly, easy-going business culture. Attractions and activities include nature excursions, gold rush and railroad historical sites, and opportunities to experience contemporary arts.