JUL 2014

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⎜ ConventionSouth ⎜ J U L Y 2 0 1 4 w w w . c o n v e n t i o n s o u t h . c o m 36 Feel Good In Small Markets S P O N S O R E D C O N T E N T Macon, Georgia: Easy To Locate & An Affordable Option Known for its central location as the "Heart of Georgia," Macon is easy to locate and an afford- able option that doesn't compromise on meeting planning needs. Macon is located 80 miles south of Atlanta, and offers traditional meeting facilities options and unique off-site venues for multiple sized meetings. Choose any one of the many venues offered in Macon, or mix and match your spaces to cater to your meeting needs. It is hard to find another city comparable to Macon's attractions, festivals, shopping, history and culture. Macon is also home to some of the most legendary music artists in history. No meeting in Macon would be complete without experiencing the "Song and Soul of the South." Visitors can wander down Cherry Street to enjoy live music from today's rising stars or take a seat for concert performances at one of our local theatres. Macon has unique restau- rants sure to please any palette. We are known for our soul food, but that's not all the city's restaurants have to offer. Whether the mood strikes for BBQ or upscale fine dining, Macon has you covered. Let our staff help make your meeting a success! Call us first to help you find facilities, accommodations and create itineraries for your meeting. You'll find out why Macon adds up to a great meeting destination! ■ Kimberly Payne-Ward, Business Development Manager, Macon-Bibb County CVB Kimberly has more than 15 years of experience in sales and specializes in sports, medical and association markets. get to know... (478) 743-1074, ext.111 or (800) 768-3401 *36-53 CS JULY 2014_Layout 1 6/27/14 1:45 PM Page 36

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