Meetingmax Signs Agreements With Four CVBs

Apr 16 2009

Meetingmax announced today the signing of agreements with four Convention and Visitor Bureaus (CVBs): TempeAZBakersfieldCATri- CitiesWA, and  Yakima,WA. These four communities will be added to Meetingmax’s growing roster of CVBs, meeting planners and organizations.
 
“Signing agreements with four CVBs within such a short period of time is a firm validation of our system,” says Jeff Duncan, COO, Meetingmax Systems. “With our background in planning meetings and events, we know exactly what is needed by CVBs, event planners, and hotels. We built the system that we always wished was out there.”
 
While Tri-Cities, Yakima, and Bakersfield had been shopping for a comprehensive housing system,  Tempe was introduced to Meetingmax by organizers of the Ironman competitions. Based on their experience using Meeetingmax’s system to book guests into hotels for last September’s race in MadisonWI, they suggested that  Tempe adopt the program prior to November’s event.  Tempe’s CVB quickly saw the power of the system.
 
“Forward thinking bureaus and organizations should have the tools in place to make the entire reservation and housing process easier to track and simplified for all parties,” said Stephanie Nowack, CEO, Tempe Arizona Convention & Visitors Bureau. “Meetingmax is the best solution we’ve found to do this. Their systems have proven to be both easy to use and extremely well thought out.”

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Meetingmax Signs Agreements With Four CVBs

Apr 3 2009

Meetingmax announced today the signing of agreements with four Convention and Visitor Bureaus (CVBs): TempeAZBakersfieldCATri- CitiesWA, and YakimaWA. These four communities will be added to Meetingmax’s growing roster of CVBs, meeting planners and organizations.
 
“Signing agreements with four CVBs within such a short period of time is a firm validation of our system,” says Jeff Duncan, COO, Meetingmax Systems. “With our background in planning meetings and events, we know exactly what is needed by CVBs, event planners, and hotels. We built the system that we always wished was out there.”
 
While Tri-Cities, Yakima, and Bakersfield had been shopping for a comprehensive housing system,  Tempe was introduced to Meetingmax by organizers of the Ironman competitions. Based on their experience using Meeetingmax’s system to book guests into hotels for last September’s race inMadisonWI, they suggested that  Tempe adopt the program prior to November’s event.  Tempe’s CVB quickly saw the power of the system.
 
“Forward thinking bureaus and organizations should have the tools in place to make the entire reservation and housing process easier to track and simplified for all parties,” said Stephanie Nowack, CEO, Tempe Arizona Convention & Visitors Bureau. “Meetingmax is the best solution we’ve found to do this. Their systems have proven to be both easy to use and extremely well thought out.”

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