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Helping Hands: Annual CVB Issue
S P O N S O R E D C O N T E N T
Located at the intersection of I-75, I-40 and I-81,
Knoxville, Tennessee serves as the crossroads of
America. The city provides the accessibility
you need, the venues you want and the overall
experience you've been hoping to find.
Knoxville boasts a number of outstanding
venues suitable for everything from conventions
to sporting competitions. The Knoxville
Convention Center serves as the cornerstone of
Knoxville's meeting facilities. Located alongside
World's Fair Park, minutes from the University
of Tennessee, this beautiful, 500,000-square-foot
space is ideal for gatherings of all kinds.
The Convention Center is located just minutes
from Market Square, the heart of Knoxville's
walkable downtown. This area is home to shop-
ping, dining, and outdoor concerts. A number of
Knoxville's finest hotels are within walking dis-
tance, and many of the downtown hotels and
attractions are located on the free shuttle route
provided by Knoxville Trolley Lines.
Knoxville is home to a number of festivals,
loads of live music, fantastic Civil War sites, a
world class zoo, highly acclaimed museums and
a unique Urban Wilderness that offers 1,000
acres of adventure within the city limits.
These reasons are why more people are plan-
ning to gather at the Crossroads in Knoxville.
Scan the QR code on this page to access our
Meeting Planner Guide.
Senior Director of
Sales & Services,
ennifer has more than
10 years of experience in
the sales and hospitality
industry, and is the Senior
Director of Sales and
Services for Visit Knoxville.
get to know:
Ever one raved about
the easil walkable cit with our maps and
friendl volunteer's assistance; one SEMC
member said this was the best (annual meeting)
we've had in the past decade."
—Susan Perry, Executive Director,
Southeastern Museums Conference (SEMC)