JUL 2015

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⎜ ConventionSouth ⎜ J U L Y 2 0 1 5 w w w . c o n v e n t i o n s o u t h . c o m 32 Small Markets...Big On Meetings! Sponsored Content Sponsored Content Small Markets...Big On Meetings! quick trip from Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Stillwater, "America's Friendliest College Town," is the home of Red Dirt Music, Oklahoma State University Cowboys, the best cheese fries on the planet, and the friendliest faces in the Great Plains. With a diverse selec- tion of meeting and event space for any budget and more than 1,200 hotel rooms, Stillwater is not only a convenient option centrally located between Oklahoma's two metropolitan areas, it is also an economical choice. The Payne County Expo Center is Stillwater's most versa- tile meeting space, with approximately 85,000 square feet, capable of holding everything from a roller derby event to a national dog show. A visitor's trip isn't complete until a trip to Eskimo Joe's. Stillwater's iconic sports bar and restaurant, serves up more than 7,000 plates of their world-famous cheese fries every month. The music culture in Stillwater infuses the community with a vibe of youthfulness and artistry enjoyed by visitors as well. Home of the original sound of Red Dirt music, a unique blend of bluegrass, rock, country and honky- tonk, live music can be heard in Stillwater's legendary dancehall, iconic saloons, coffee shops, and local food festivals- especially during the spring and summer months. The Visit Stillwater team will gladly customize an itinerary to best fit your attendee's interests. Add the Stillwater flare and fun factor to your next event! n A Stillwater: America's Friendliest College Town Nicole Rathbun Director of Sales & Services Nicole is a graduate of Iowa State University with a love for providing exceptional customer service. Visit Stillwater (405) 743-3697

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