• April NACE & PCMA Joint Meeting

     
    FROM THE Fall 2015 ISSUE
     
  • April NACE & PCMA Joint Meeting

     
    FROM THE Fall 2015 ISSUE
     
  • April NACE & PCMA Joint Meeting

     
    FROM THE Fall 2015 ISSUE
     
  • April NACE & PCMA Joint Meeting

     
    FROM THE Fall 2015 ISSUE
     
  • April NACE & PCMA Joint Meeting

     
    FROM THE Fall 2015 ISSUE
     
  • April NACE & PCMA Joint Meeting

     
    FROM THE Fall 2015 ISSUE
     
  • April NACE & PCMA Joint Meeting

     
    FROM THE Fall 2015 ISSUE
     
  • April NACE & PCMA Joint Meeting

     
    FROM THE Fall 2015 ISSUE
     
  • April NACE & PCMA Joint Meeting

     
    FROM THE Fall 2015 ISSUE
     
  • April NACE & PCMA Joint Meeting

     
    FROM THE Fall 2015 ISSUE
     
  • April NACE & PCMA Joint Meeting

     
    FROM THE Fall 2015 ISSUE
     
  • April NACE & PCMA Joint Meeting

     
    FROM THE Fall 2015 ISSUE
     
  • April NACE & PCMA Joint Meeting

     
    FROM THE Fall 2015 ISSUE
     

The National Association of Catering and Events and Rocky Mountain Professional Convention Management had a “Just Between Friends” meeting on April 9 at the Marriott City Center in Denver. A panel of industry experts from both chapters discussed planner and supplier communication.

Uncharted Society works with outfitters across the globe to give groups and individuals the opportunity to try motorsports on BRP-certified vehicles. Teams can bond in some of the nation’s most beautiful spots on a wide range of nature tours offered on land, snow, and sea. Check out these three examples from Colorado and Utah. 

 

Triple Creek Ranch in Darby, Montana, has named Molly Smith and Kristen Snavely co-general managers of the all-inclusive luxury property situated in the Bitterroot Valley. Smith is returning to Triple Creek Ranch after a brief hiatus. Previously serving as GM for four years after working her way up from pastry chef, she has since perfected her skills at The Inn at Hastings Park in Massachusetts, another Relais & Châteaux property. 

 

With meetings returning to normal as the COVID-19 pandemic levels out, outdoor mountain pursuits are finding more time on meeting agendas. Taking events outdoors not only boosts attendees’ comfort level as they ease back into in-person meetings, time spent in nature is proven to improve brain health and stimulate creative thinking as well.

We’ll be looking at this topic in-depth in the Spring/Summer 2022 issue of Mountain Meetings. Consider this as an introduction to some of the possibilities.