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The Comprehensive Meeting Guide
Meeting Venues:
Choosing a Meeting Venue
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Special Considerations for      Venues
Meeting Room Checklist
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Meeting Venues in Europe
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Dallas

Dallas is the third largest city in Texas and is a major commercial, industrial, and financial center. Its manufactures include aerospace and electronic equipment, cosmetics, textiles, chemicals, and leather goods, as well as aircraft, automobiles, and other transportation equipment and the Dallas-Fort Worth airport is one of the busiest in the nation.

Conference Centers

The Renaissance Tower is located in the heart of the Dallas Central Business District and is renowned for its distinctive double "X" lighting and majestic rooftop spires making it an impressive Dallas Landmark. Ideally located just a few blocks from the on-ramp to Interstate 35E and Woodall Rodgers Freeway as well being accessible by the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) which runs immediately in front of the building, The Renaissance tower is a perfect site to host corporate events.

Venues in other parts of Texas:
The Pioneer Museum, located on Fredericksburg’s historic Main Street offers meeting space for up to 12, theater seating for up to 200 and banqueting for up to 120. Phone: (830) 990-8441
In Gillespie County you can rent historic school houses for your event. See the website for The Friends of Gillespie County Country Schools for contact information.
Click here to find Dallas event planners for your conference.

Office Space and Business Services

Companies moving to Dallas will discover a wide variety of business accommodation ranging from virtual offices to business centers, and warehouses for rent to full furnished office space. For more information on serviced offices in Dallas visit Dallas Office Space.

Transportation:

Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) is the Dallas-area public transportation authority, providing rail, buses and HOV lanes to commuters.
Texas Eagle serves Union Station, providing long-distance train service to Chicago, San Antonio and Los Angeles once daily.
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is located between the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, and is the busiest airport in the U.S. state of Texas.
Dallas Car Rental

Useful Information and Services:

Dallas Official City Website
Visit Dallas
Dallas Gossip
Dallas City Guide
Banks in Dallas
Dallas Accommodation
Business Centers in Dallas



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