Planners of social, military, education, religious, and fraternal meetings all invariably have one thing in common: They need to get a lot of bang for the buck when it comes to meeting expenditures. That's why developing a good request for proposal is critical for planners in this market. Moreover, unlike for deep-pocket corporate or association meetings, RFPs for SMERF meetings need to include a lot of penny-pinching details so you end up with a meeting that your attendees can afford. A ...

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