Black Meetings and Tourism

May/June 2012

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CONTENTS COVER STORY 38 Incentives & Traveling in the South offers a selection of destinations that are beckoning visitors with their Southern charm, wealth of great cultural and recreational attractions, and state-of-the-art facilities and lodging that caters to a wide range of needs. The African-American Guide to Meetings, DEPARTMENTS By Sonya Stinson 4 Publisher's Message 5 Calendar of Events 6 Newsmakers 8 In The News FEATURES 18 Meeting the Needs of Your Meeting aids meeting planners in their decision-making process by providing vital information about this issue's featured destinations: Tallahassee, FL, Philadelphia, PA, Indianapolis, IN and Reno,NV. By Darlene Donloe 10 Museum Notes 1 1 21 Fam Report – Columbia 24 Site Review #1 – Australia 26 Caribbean Corner 28 Religious Review 30 Welcome to "NABIR" Hood 34 Site Review #2 – Aspen 36 Property Profile – Mission Valley San Diego 63 Pacesetters – Jane Allen Petrick 66 Travel Data 67 From the Motherland 4 2 Cruise News 44 Hotel Happenings BLACK MEETINGS & TOURISM VOLUME 19, ISSUE 5, MAY/JUNE 2012 31 Doing Biz in St.Augustine is the perfect story for anyone looking for a getaway where quaint antiq- By Regina Lynch-Hudson AREA GUIDES 68 Austin 70 Southern California 74 Denver 76 U.S.V.I. 64 tion is what Orlando does best. BM&T Spotlights Orlando shares some the most compelling reasons to visit this storied destination for business, pleasure, or a little bit of both. Providing value to your next meeting or conven- View of downtown Shreveport from across the river. Photo Credit: Sherveport CVB Black Meetings & Tourism May/June 2012: 3 uity meets posh fabulosity.Nothing compares to vis- iting America's oldest continually settled town, says Regina Lynch-Hudson.

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