November 2006
Financial & Insurance Meetings;Nov/Dec2006 Supplement, Vol. 42, p2
Trade Publication
The article suggests the city of Las Vegas in Nevada as prime location for corporate and business meetings. The city offers resources and facilities for seasoned meetings. For example, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority boasts that they cover everything from the reservation, to the location and other resources. Other meeting venues include the Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa, Las Vegas Meetings by Harrah's Entertainment. Also reported is the plans of "Maxim" magazine to affix its name to a hotel-casino.


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