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APR 2018

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MARKET SEGMENT REPORT: MEDICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL MEETINGS MARKET SEGMENT REPORT: MEDICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL MEETINGS ⎜ ConventionSouth ⎜ A P R I L 2 0 1 8 w w w . c o n v e n t i o n s o u t h . c o m 24 THE WOW ISSUE! Insta Discover Your New MeeƟ ng DesƟ naƟ on! Inst a MeeƟ ng DesƟ naƟ on! Discover Your New Celebrate • Discover • Explore N atchitoches "Nack-A-Tish" • State of the art meeƟ ng faciliƟ es • NaƟ onal chain and independent hotels • DisƟ ncƟ ve dining and unique shopping 800-259-1714 www.Natchitoches.com Louisiana's Oldest City www.visitstbernard.com | (504) 278.4242 e place for your space Just minutes away from the New Orleans French Quarter, St. Bernard is ready to host your next event. The Frederick J. Sigur Center is available to host conventions of any size. The center features a 52,400-sq. ft. auditorium with full stage & state-of-the-art lighting & sound in addition to various break out rooms equipped to accommodate up to 2,400 guests. INTRO: Scenic & Historic Event Settings WOW FACTOR: A Dramatic Waterfall DESCRIPTION: One of the most beautiful, popular and secluded areas in Roswell is the Vickery Creek Waterfall. A 30-foot dam and millrace were constructed on this site in the mid-to-late 1830s to supply power for the mills. It has become the go-to place for movie scouts, professional and amateur photographers, and hiking enthusiasts. Near the waterfall is an old machine shop (from the 1853 mill) that has been converted to a meeting space. Other WOW factors in Roswell include venues with water views along the Chattahoochee River, pre-Civil War historic venues, and four craft breweries with meeting space. Roswell, Georgia WOW PROFILE: WOW!

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