Why do we automatically think “hotel” when we choose a site for a meeting? For a low-key training or staff meeting, why not consider a college or university, retreat center, or camp? “Think outside the box,” urges Charles Salem, vice president of marketing and business development for Unique Venues (www.uniquevenues.com) in Johnstown, Pa. “Using a nonprofit venue is an opportunity to give your meeting attendees a different experience from what they get year after year.” When choosing ...

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