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Boulders Conference Center is the backdrop for a lot of memorable moments in Denison. Follow our blog to learn for helpful event information and news about upcoming events.

An Unsolicited Accolade

Posted on October 30, 2019

Our staff was humbled and pleased to receive this letter from a satisfied client after his 80th birthday party. This reinforces why we do what we do for our clients. Every event is important, and every client is valued.

The Importance of Building Relationships

Posted on October 22, 2019

How connections pay off in event management and beyond Building relationships is important. There’s a both an art and science to doing it successfully. Have you ever wondered why it’s so much easier to develop a rapport with someone you’ve actually spoken with? It’s because voices express personality cues like character, emotion, and intention more fluently and genuinely than a text or email ever could. Great relationships make it easier to anticipate each other’s needs
Make plans to attend the Rotary Club’s annual fundraiser, beginning at 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, November 3.  Plenty of good food, great company, and exciting items to bid on for this worthwhile organization to continue their good work in the community. To find out more about the Rotary Club of Denison, visit their website at https://rotary5610.org/clubinfo/denison.

Winter Conferences Make Perfect Sense

Posted on October 11, 2019

Find a Venue for Your Iowa-Based Conference or Meeting Now is the perfect time to plan for winter conferences or business meetings. We’ll handle your meeting space and help coordinate meals or other needs. Book hotel rooms next door with Cobblestone Inn & Suites, and visit Majestic Hills Grille, located downstairs, to wind down after a busy day. Everything you need is in one convenient location! Call us today at 712.263.5577 or learn more here!

How to Plan a One-Day Business Meeting

Posted on October 7, 2019

No matter how big or small, there are certain activities that must take place when planning a meeting. We’ve outlined the basics to get you started.  What are the meeting objectives? What outcomes do you want? What is your overall budget? Do you need to assign tasks or set up a committee? How many people will be attending? What are the space requirements? Do you need to serve food? A meal, or hors d’oeuvres? Will you include special