The good news is that 2002 is a go. That's the word as of late September from a panel of meetings industry veterans who assembled at the Sheraton Palace Hotel in San Francisco to discuss the repercussions of September 11. The immediate future, however, was far less heartening. Stories of group cancellations, no-shows, and the virtual disappearance of business travelers were widespread among the 65 San Francisco hotel and convention bureau representatives and local meeting planners at the ...

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