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Best Midsized Cities for Business Meetings

RewardExpert, a free service that helps people utilize credit card and travel rewards, has released its 2018 ranking of Best Midsized American Cities for Business Meetings. The purpose is to help business owners find locations for meetings and conventions that are budget friendly and provide the same level of enjoyment offered by more expensive cities.

Loveland and Greeley Offer Big-City Venues in the North

Northern Colorado's place on the meetings map is becoming more prominent. As neighbors on the Front Range, Loveland and Greeley have emerged as attractive alternatives to the state’s largest cities for meetings and events.

The benefits to looking north? Lower prices and an enviable location that allows for easy day trips to area attractions, plus more manageable logistics, revitalized downtowns, and plenty of good beer.

Loveland

Fort Collins is on the Move with New Hotels and Venues

Set against the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Fort Collins is conveniently located 65 miles north of Denver and 45 miles south of Cheyenne, Wyoming, and clearly has its own style and niche. Downto-earth and energetic, the town has a vibe that seems to thread through towns with universities, continues to expand its capacity to host groups and knows all about beer, bikes and bands.

Colorado’s Nordic Centers Do a Flip for Fair-Weather Fun

In recent years, Colorado ski resorts have found unique ways to transform into busy summer and fall playgrounds and ideal spots for group gatherings and activities, and the state’s Nordic centers are doing the same. The Colorado Cross Country Ski Association, representing 19 family- and group-friendly ski centers and guest ranches that have a combined total of more than 850 km of ski and snowshoe trails, shared these ideas for great summer base camps for golf, adventures, events and more.

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