The South-Central states are beefing up their infrastructure and courting meeting business.
There may be a housing crisis nationwide, but the meetings business is still being courted with downright ferocity in the South-Central states, where billions of dollars are being spent on new hotels, venues, convention centers, and mass transit in hopes of luring more business travelers. And it's not just cities like St. Louis; Kansas City, Mo.; and Little Rock, Ark., that are leading the parade. Traditional secondary cities such as Wichita, Kan.; Hot Springs, Ark.; and Branson, Mo., are ...
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