7 Ways to Stay Flu-free on Airplanes

Another reason to be thankful: You haven’t come down with the flu. Yet. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) fudges when asked how bad this year’s flu season will be. “It’s not possible to predict,” admits CDC’s website. CDC strongly recommends getting a flu shot, but we all know that doesn’t always guarantee absolute flu protection….

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Nashville and Memphis: Sounds Good to Me

For groups wanting to mix a bit of music into their meeting, it’s hard to top Tennessee. Memphis, known as “The Birthplace of Rock ‘n’ Roll” and “Home of the Blues” (though both are contested by other…

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Daytrippin’ in Tucson

Tucson offers meeting planners a one-of-a-kind experience, and natural wonders found nowhere else in America.

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Golf Course Updates at 3 Destination Resorts

Even the most carefully manicured golf courses exist in a state of constant change. Thanks to growing plants, variable winds and shifting sands, no one course plays exactly the same way twice. This quality is accepted, even celebrated, as part of the allure of the mannerly game.

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Golf and Spa Resorts: The Land of Ahhhs

Hyper-local experiences at golf and spa resorts To recharge means different things to different people. While some revel in the chance to spend several hours guiding a dimpled white orb across fairway and green, others prefer to retreat to the sensory sanctuary of a spa. No matter the preferred method of decompression, the crucial point…

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Team-building Aerial Encounters Inspired by Pink’s AMA Performance

On a scale of one to Pink, the pop superstar’s American Music Awards performance on Sunday night was off the charts at 26. Twenty-six stories, that is. That’s how high up the songstress and her dancers were dangling off the side of the JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. Live as they scaled the hotel during an intricately choreographed, jaw-dropping routine to her hit song “Beautiful Trauma.”

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Change the Rules, Change the Outcome

Using the improvisational-comedy philosophy of “Yes, and…” can bring business results For many years, one message that’s come from educational conferences within the meetings industry is that the word “no” should be eliminated from brainstorming and problem-solving sessions. The reason: No is a show of resistance which, if used enough times, creates hesitation among session…

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Find Meeting Inspiration in Monterey County

Monterey County is a truly exceptional destination for meetings. From the scenic coastlines to the valley vistas, it is an iconic setting for all types of gatherings from which attendees will return home feeling reinvigorated and inspired. Its 3,371 square miles, population of over 415,000, 12 towns and multiple other unincorporated areas offer up endless…

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Miami’s Emerging Arts District

Just a few years ago, Miami’s Wynwood Arts District was a rundown area with a low-profile art community. It has grown in the past four years, and now is known for the many colorful murals and artistic graffiti covering the exterior of buildings. Some of the works are within Wynwood Walls, a sort of open-air, free museum.

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4 New 4 U: New & Renovated

Kimpton Aertson Hotel In Nashville’s Midtown, within a stroll to Music Row and overlooking Vanderbilt University, this boutique property boasts a rooftop pool deck with fire pit, Kimpton-quality touches (cool vibe, yoga mats, wine receptions) and dining presided over by a James Beard Award-winning chef. Plus, there are 8,600 sq. ft. of flexible indoor and…

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