The competition between cities for meetings never has been greater, and the proof can be seen in the architecturally pleasing, technology-laden convention centers being built coast to coast. Civic leaders, motivated by a desire to get their share of the meetings business, have recognized that a gleaming new convention center is the heart of any city's effort to catch the attention of religious meeting planners and their brethren in other organizations. But when seemingly every city in ...

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