Planning for Regional Training

It is that time of year again – time to start planning for Regional Training!  Our next event will be in late October and the location is St. Louis, MO.  I’ve spent the last few days in St. Louis looking at different hotels as possible locations for the training and have it narrowed down, so registration information should be coming out within the next few weeks!

Choosing a location is always an experience.  We tend to choose larger cities that would have a lot of evening activities as far as restaurants and other entertainment.  We are also conscientious that many customers fly into these events and then taxi to the hotel – therefore left without transportation during the training – so we also choose locations that are conducive to walking.

For the actual hotel itself, I look at the guest rooms and the meeting space – with emphasis on the meeting space.  This is the 6th unique regional training location that I have selected so I know almost upon looking whether or not the meeting space will meet our needs, since we do the same format for the sessions each time.  From there, it is working with the hotel on a contract!

We hope to see you in St. Louis in October!

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