• Radisson Blu Mall of America brings the state fair to your meeting

     
    POSTED August 15, 2019
     
  • Radisson Blu Mall of America brings the state fair to your meeting

     
    POSTED August 15, 2019
     
  • Radisson Blu Mall of America brings the state fair to your meeting

     
    POSTED August 15, 2019
     
  • Radisson Blu Mall of America brings the state fair to your meeting

     
    POSTED August 15, 2019
     

The Minnesota State Fair is essentially a red carpet event for Minnesotans. That is, if red carpet events include food that is either fried, on a stick, or both. To celebrate the great love that Minnesotans have for their state, Radisson Blu Mall of America is offering state fair-themed meetings.

"The Radisson Blu wants to ensure that everyone can enjoy the flavors of the state fair all year round. Even when it is 30 degrees below zero, a pronto pup and some mini donuts can bring you right back to the warm summer days of the State Fair," the hotel staff says.

The Minnesota State Fair-themed meetings offer every state fair delicacy from caramel apples, waffles on a stick, mini corn dogs, fresh juices and smoothies, and even spaghetti and meatballs on a stick.

"We have showcased our Minnesota State Fair menu to small groups of 15, late night snacks to Weddings as well a large corporate groups of 350+!"

Groups can maximize their state fair experience with the free shuttle that runs from the hotel to the fair.

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