Kansas City is enjoying a $7.3 billion renaissance, including new cultural attractions, new hotels and a streetcar—making it a very popular meeting destination. The recently renovated Kansas City Convention Center boasts more than 800,000 sq. ft. of space, including a 46,484-square-foot grand ballroom—the largest “green” ballroom in the United States—and 48 meeting rooms. While there, groups can get a feel for the City of Fountains through its festivals and food.
Planners, hotels and CVBs often vie against the likes of Airbnb, the internet and each other to fill room blocks. But why?