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JUL 2012

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2012 Sneak Peek Directory Subscribe Advertise Contact INSIDER'S GUIDE By T. Wayne Waters Chattanooga, Tennessee Itʼs been called "Scenic City," "River City," "Chattown," "Nooga," or the latest nick- name for this multi-monikered and revitalized city on the banks of the Tennessee River, "Gig City." Whatever you call it, you can count on Chattanooga providing a gorgeous river-and-mountain-ridge landscape, lots of fun recreational opportunities, first-rate meeting facilities and, promises Jennye Miller, director of religious accounts at the Chattanooga CVB, an exceptional experience for meeting attendees. "The scenic beauty of Chattanooga is the perfect backdrop for any convention, meeting or conference," Miller said. "Whether itʼs a 35-peak room military reunion, a 1,100-peak room faith-based conference, a 500-peak room corporate meeting, or an 800-peak room association convention, Chattanooga can graciously accommo- date groups of all sizes because we have an incredible cooperative relationship with the convention center, hotels and various suppliers and a very supportive county government that truly understands the importance of the hospitality industry and how it benefits our community." ■ ALABAMA ARKANSAS FLORIDA GEORGIA KENTUCKY LOUISIANA MISSISSIPPI NORTH CAROLINA OKLAHOMA SOUTH CAROLINA TENNESSEE TEXAS VIRGINIA WEST VIRGINIA The Tennessee River is home to a docked steamboat turned hotel, the Delta Queen. www.con v entionsouth.com JULY 2012 ConventionSouth 41 Chattanooga CVB

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