Moab Utah – The Utah Society of Association Executives (USAE) meet at the Salt Lake City Hilton on November 17, 2009 for the Annual conference and Expo. Moab Utah will be exhibiting to announce Moab Utah for Meetings!
Associations with huge membership will necessarily organize a conference in a center like the Salt Lake Palace or similar national centers of vast space. Moab beckons to the Association board members to enjoy a head clearing sojourn across the vast open land of Utah. Abandon the surrounding populated places to convene in Moab. Committee meeetings, board conferences and annual meetings are welcome all year.
The Moab Area Travel Council has added to the staff, Michele Hill, Facility and Event Promoter. Need help with site selection? Consult Michele Hill to determine hotels, meeting space, accompanying outdoor pursuits and other conference logistics. A website, http://www.moabutah.info, is developed to itemize meeting facilities, catering services, event rentals and destination management services.
Best of all, Moab is available for meetings all year round. Should the Salt Lake Valley be bathed in the serious inversion of winter, Moab is likely to be experiencing clear skies and incredible views. The meringue topping of the occasional snow in southeastern Utah sweetens the journey visually. The cobwebs of daily life are swept away and replaced with fresh perspective and a fine (free) mind to collaborate with your committee, be productive.
Moab Area Travel Council regularly treads the path to Salt Lake City during winter to attend our own Association Conferences, exhibitions to profess Moab’s tourism qualities and will attest that the roads connecting north Utah to Southern Utah are more regularly clear than a traveler would imagine. The rewards of a jaunt to Moab will satisfy you. Look at Moab Utah Meetings and Events website, email or phone Michele Hill 435-259-1340.
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