By J.D. Brown and Margaret Backenheimer
The appeal of coastal locations is undeniable. Seaside resorts, lakefront inns and riverbank hotels have drawn in meeting-goers for generations. It’s always a surprise, then, when destinations squander their waterfronts, abandoning them to tracts of land without purpose, least of all pleasure. However, a number of cities and towns are investing money into revitalizing key waterfront areas in an effort to both improve the quality of life for residents and to lure visitors eager to spend time enjoying activities in or near the water.
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Category: Meeting Trends