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Waco: A Captivating Meeting Destination

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Magnolia Market

Though in recent years Waco has gained attention as being the home of Chip and Joanna Gaines,
hosts of HGTV’s show “Fixer Upper,” it has long been a city of note. It’s known as the heart of Texas, not only for its central location, but also its spirit of Texan ingenuity and resourcefulness. After all, this is where the suspension bridge that allowed the Chisholm and Shawnee trails to cross the Brazos River was built. And it’s here that Dr Pepper and Big Red were invented and Baylor University and the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum are located.
 

State College Campus Turned Event Hub

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State College is best known as the home of Penn State University, a renowned college famous for its Nittany Lions football team. But anyone who heads to central Pennsylvania will discover that there is much more to this college town than just its campus.

Whether they’re interested in sports, culture or history, visitors are sure to find plenty to do in State College. Its charming downtown offers shopping, a thriving restaurant scene and nightlife. Its location makes it ideal for companies that are organizing an event involving individuals from different parts of the state.

Beaumont is Blooming with Unique Culinary & Recreation Scenes

Settled nearly two centuries ago on the banks of the Neches River, just inland from the Gulf of Mexico, Beaumont has evolved from a sleepy farming community to a vibrant cultural melting pot. East Texas culture, influenced by the thick pine forests to the north, lends Deep South hospitality while the nearby Louisiana border infuses distinctly Cajun flair. Combined with the wildcatting spirit that put Beaumont on the map (Texas’ first big oil gusher spewed just south of town back in 1901), the city dances to a tune of its own.

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