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Discover Your Ideal Convention Center Personality Type

5/31/2017

By Natalie Compagno, Smart Meetings — Convention centers are like people—they each have their own personality and they all look a little different. But just like humans, they share similarities, as well. Convention centers all have welcoming conference rooms, well-tailored food service, changeable spaces to cater to all kinds of group needs, and

Want to Know SLC? These 3 Neighborhoods Reveal the Real Salt Lake City

5/30/2017

By Sandra MacGregor for Marriott Traveler — There is no better way to really get to know a city than by exploring its off-the-beaten-path neighborhoods, and Salt Lake City is no exception. For the traveler looking to venture beyond the well-trodden sites of downtown, Salt Lake City offers a treasure trove of unique and charming neighborhoods where

Top Utah attractions for your perfect summer 'Staycation'

5/24/2017

By Megan Hulse, Deseret News — When one says vacation, most minds wander to tropical beaches, exotic landscapes and foreign languages. Many don’t think quiet, developing Salt Lake City. But although the city doesn't have a reputation as a tourism hotspot, Salt Lake has a thriving family-oriented entertainment scene with many venues that are

THE 10 MOST UNDERRATED DRINKING CITIES IN AMERICA

5/19/2017

Thrillist — Look, any city can be a fantastic place to drink if you have a sunny day and enough money for a 40. But the fact of the matter is, some cities enjoy more prominent reputations as drinking destinations than others, whether you’re talking about New York’s aversion to sleep or New Orleans’ legendary cocktail culture. This is not

The Visit Salt Lake Connect Pass Puts Salt Lake in the Palm of Your Hand

5/17/2017

SALT LAKE CITY (May 2017) –The Visit Salt Lake Connect Pass puts 13 of Salt Lake’s most popular urban and mountain adventures in the palm of your hand, as cutting-edge technology allows users to purchase, share and redeem their Connect Pass from the convenience of their smartphone. And, by bundling some of the area's top attractions, this

2017’s Best & Worst Places to Start a Career

5/16/2017

By John S Kiernan, WalletHub — Deciding where to lay the foundation for a long and prosperous career can be a daunting task, especially for recent graduates entering the job market for the first time. After all, there are numerous factors — job-market saturation, housing affordability and commuter-friendliness, for instance — to consider about

Family Fun in Salt Lake with the Connect Pass

5/16/2017

May 16, 2017. Salt Lake City – Salt Lake is making it easier than ever for families planning to travel to Utah this summer. The Visit Salt Lake Connect Pass is an all-in-one ticket to Salt Lake’s most popular attractions at a single discounted price, saving visitors between 50 and 80 percent on regular admission prices. The Connect Pass

Utah stands tall as a place for fitness and well-being

5/8/2017

By Jeff Heilman, Meetings Today — From its world-class ski resorts to the ancient, otherworldly landscapes of Arches, Canyonlands, Zion and other national parks, the Beehive State offers unrivaled high-altitude, high-adrenaline, high-inspiration departures from the ordinary. From these elevated experiences, groups can then surrender mind and body

Craft beer lovers, discover the next big thing in the US

5/8/2017

By Angie Tomlinson, Seven West Travel Club (Australia) — The US is known for its strong craft beer scene, with the Pacific Northwest particularly well-known as a destination for beer lovers seeking out artisanal and smaller breweries. And here, the team at official tourism organization Brand USA suggests some lesser-known beer-centric corners of

The Most LGBTQ-Friendly City in Every Red State

5/2/2017

Thrillist Travel -- Don't let the sea of red on the 2016 presidential electoral map fool you. The arc of American history is long, and it's rainbow-colored. Last November the Republican candidate for president won 30 states, making them, for the next four years, "red states." Thirty is a lot of states, all with varying levels of protections for