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Here are four off-the-radar destinations that should be on your radar for incentive groups in 2019.
Wilmington, North Carolina's evolving River District encourages repeat business for at least one local association.
Take a deep breath in Greenville, S.C., where outdoor enrichment adds layers to meetings and incentives programs.
Like the Appalachian trail before it, the Mountains-to-Sea Trail has been made by hand, a reflection of the cultural sensibility of today’s Raleighites.
The Wilmington and Beaches Convention and Visitors Bureau is rolling out a SkyNav Convention District Tour for meeting planners.
New hotels, restaurants, retail, an event pier, marina and riverfront park will help redefine the city’s River District, connected by an about two-mile scenic Riverwalk.
There’s an unmistakable bohemian vibe tucked away among North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains.
Meetings in the South present the opportunity for creative and hyperlocal outdoor wellness experiences.
Downtown Durham got a lot hipper this year with the opening of the 21c Museum Hotel.
“Chapel Hill has quickly emerged as a popular choice for small- to medium-sized meetings up to 300 because it is one of the few destinations that offer small town charm with big city flair.”
Whether it’s a themed event in a ballroom or a trip to the Charlotte Motor Speedway, the majority of groups build racing into their agenda.
The Lodge at Ballantyne is less than a two-hour flight from over 50% of the U.S. population. And though it may look outdoorsy, there is no roughing it here.
For a sense of what this city is about, you need to know about the class of smart, innovative people who call Raleigh home, people we call Raleigh Smart.
The Pit is an upscale barbecue restaurant catering to groups, located downtown in a renovated 1930s meatpacking warehouse.
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