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SMERF meetings often get overlooked, but for destinations like Chattanooga, Tenn., they can mean big business.
With new property openings and renovations in 2018, Chattanooga will add more than 500 rooms to its current downtown inventory of 2,200.
Planners looking for new meeting digs in Nashville, Tenn., won't miss the massive 386-feet-tall JW Marriott Nashville that’s reshaping the city’s skyline.
The venue is perfect for groups looking for a camping experience without having to rough it—at all.
Much quirkier, the hotel’s new owners plan to restore the hotel’s haunted room 311 to what it would have looked like in 1926.
“Nashville‘s brand is music, all kinds of music, and its food scene is exploding as well,” says Mike Owen, president of Event Genuity, a Nashville-based event management company.
Nashville's rich culture and history makes for countless opportunities for immersive group experiences.
Deep within Eastern Tennessee’s Smoky Mountain foothills, a new wellness initiative is bringing groups together in an unusually intimate way.
"There's a lot of cities that shut down at night, we're the opposite of that.”
Nashville's Broadway street is chock full of live music venues and whiskey parlors that give songwriters and bartenders outlets to test their hands at becoming Nashville’s next famous musician or whiskey distiller.
Chattanooga’s industrial Choo-Choo days are long gone with a recent burgeoning of green businesses and outdoor attractions for groups to explore.
The design of the new Mason’s restaurant and Mason Bar focus on a more reserved South as well, complete with a Mason jar chandelier hanging over the bar.