Black Meetings and Tourism

Jan / Feb 2015

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3 B M & T ••• January/February 2015 ••• CONTENTS B L A C K M E E T I N G S & T O U R I S M C O V E R S T O R Y 19 19 13 13 VOLUME 22, ISSUE 1, JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2015 F E AT U R E S A R E A G U I D E S D E P A R T M E N T S While many groups choose to meet at large resorts or out of the-way locals, even more seem to be embracing the idea of walking cities. Destinations with compact downtown corridors offer an incredible advantage to meeting planners looking to cut costs during challenging times. Walking Cities explores several popular destinations that are easy to negotiate on foot. By Buck Samuels 4 Publisher's Message 5 Calendar of Events 6 Newsmakers 8 In The News 10 Hotel Happenings 12 Speaking of People 14 Site Review – Puerto Rico 23 Cruise News 24 Caribbean Corner 26 Travel Data 27 From Motherland 28 Pennsylvania 31 Jamaica 32 Macon 34 Norfolk 36 Miami The IMEX Group, organizers of the annual IMEX in Frankfurt and IMEX America trade shows for the global meetings, incentive travel and events industry, presents a round-up of industry predictions for the year ahead in IMEX Identifies Four Key Trends for 2015. Multicolored Art Deco Building, Miami Beach Photo Credit: Vladone

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