Black Meetings and Tourism

July/Aug 2013

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SITE REVIEW •Pg_44-58_ICI__BMT_pg86-162 8/12/13 9:02 PM Page 44 POTAWAT OMI BINGO CASINO IF you are searching for a unique meeting site that offers access to top-of-the-line accommodations, superior conference facilities and great gaming opportunities, look no further than Milwaukee's Potawatomi Bing Casino! One of the most comprehensive, state-of-the-art gambling properties in the Midwest, Potawatomi features a wide variety of gambling options including bingo, poker, video and reel slot machines, off-track betting and table games. What makes Potawatomi so popular with meeting planners and their attendees? For one thing, the casino boasts an impressive list of nearby hotel partners, many of which offer state-of-the-art meeting space. What's more, Potawatomi provides free shuttle service to each partner hotel, discounted casino rates at these properties, plus attractive "Stay and Play Hotel Special" perks for registered guests. The 243-room DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Milwaukee Downtown is one of the most popular of the partner hotels. Arriving planners and their conference delegates are not only treated to those warm chocolate chip cookies made famous the world over by DoubleTree, but they can also host a business meeting or social event in the property's flexible meeting and ballroom space (able to accommodate groups of up to 250) with ease. Ad to this the hotel's 24-hour business center, complimentary WIFI access, and close proximity to shops, restaurants and attractions, and it's clear why DoubleTree rates so high with business travelers. Another possibility, the newly-renovated Hyatt Regency Milwaukee, is a contemporary urban hotel also located in bustling downtown Milwaukee. Whether you're in town for a productive meeting, a family getaway, or a visit to the nearby Harley Davidson headquarters, this downtown Milwaukee hotel is your ideal resting place. Potawatomi Catering Setup 44 B M & T ••• July/August 2013 •••

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