Megan Rowe

Contributing Writer

mrowe@roadrunner.com

Megan Rowe is a seasoned food and travel writer and a regular contributor to MeetingsNet and other Penton Media magazines. Her company, MJR Communications, is based in Cleveland. 

Articles by Megan Rowe
Ready for Anything?
Doing due diligence when selecting a site for an international program has never been so important. If it isn't political upheaval, then war or the threat
Ignorance Is Not Bliss
Several years ago, I accepted a familiarization trip invitation to visit Peru and Colombia. When I told friends and family where I was going, I could
More Confusion Ahead
CME PROVIDERS WILL face more confusion, frustration, and bureaucracy when soliciting commercial support, Bruce J. Bellande, PhD, told attendees at the
CME Providers: More Confusion Ahead
CME providers will face more confusion and bureaucracy when soliciting commercial support for their activities, Bruce Bellande, PhD, told attendees at
2004 Job Market FIELD GUIDE
It took meeting planner Barbara Martin six months to find a job after losing her longtime position with a trade association in Washington, D.C. She finally
RECYCLE Your MEETING
LAST JUNE, the Society of Nuclear Medicine drew about 4,000 members to its annual meeting in New Orleans. The 10,000 other member physicians, chemists,
Jefferson Pilot Launches JP Club
A BACKPACK WITH special amenities and a visit from Shrek are among the treats in store for kids at Jefferson Pilot Financial's annual incentive convention
Lost in Translation
Geralyn Mason needed easels for a convention in October, but the sales staff at the Mainz, Germany, Hilton didn't understand. I drew a picture to help
On Location: Aruba
Considered the grand dame of resorts in Aruba, the 358-room Radisson Aruba Resort & Casino sits on 14 oceanfront acres. The complex includes a 15,000-square-foot
Pharma Meetings Comply with New Codes
Getting the ear of physicians has always been a challenge for pharmaceutical firms, but in the last year or so, it's amounted to running the gantlet.
Working the Web
The best of the convention bureau Web sites have evolved from mere one-dimensional reprints of city guides and fact sheets to searchable, downloadable,
Associations Win Fax Rule Delay
Groups that market heavily via fax breathed a sigh of relief in mid-August when the Federal Communications Commission postponed until January 2005 hastily
15 THINGS THAT DRIVE YOU CRAZY AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT THEM
MEETING PLANNERS AND HOTEL SALES staffs have a symbiotic relationship: Planners depend on their salespeople to make them look good, and hotels rely on
FCC Backs Down on Fax Rules
Groups that market heavily via fax breathed a sigh of relief in mid-August when the Federal Communications Commission postponed until January 2005 its
Winning Web Sites
The best of the convention bureau Web sites have evolved from mere one-dimensional reprints of city guides and fact sheets to searchable, downloadable,

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