Last Chance to Advertise in Meeting Planner Guide

Tuesday, May 8, 2012 11:45 AM by Bridget Baeth

2012-2013 Tacoma + Pierce County Meeting Planner Guide
Target the Meetings + Events Market: Get your business into the hands of nationally-qualified meeting planners in both the print and online meeting planner guide formats. 
Who should participate: attractions, hotels, restaurants, venues, services

Why you should participate: Your advertisement in the meeting planner guide is your direct connection to meeting planners during their decision-making process. Advertisers in the Meeting Planner Guide can take advantage of additional exposure through the Tacoma + Pierce County meeting planner eblast and additional guide distribution by the TRCVB sales team at the following tradeshows:
  • Destination Showcase (corporate, government, association + independent planners)
  • MPI Regional Conference (meeting and event planners)
  • Collaborate Marketing (corporate, government, association + independent planners)
  • ConFAM RFN (military planners)
  • ASAE Springtime (association executives)
  • WSAE Annual Convention (associate executives)
  • AIBTM (meeting and event planners)
  • ASAE Annual Meeting (associate executives)
  • Connect (corporate, government, association + independent planners)
  • Rejuvenate (religious meeting planners)
Participate by: ASAP; non-profits receive an additional five percent discount!

How you can participate:
  • Promote your business to meeting planners through an advertisement in the Meeting Planner Guide! Feature your attraction for pre- and post-conference activities, your hotel for overnight stays/meeting space, your restaurant for dining/catering options, your venues for meeting and event locations and services to help the meeting run smoothly!
  • Check out the 2011-2012 Meeting Planner Guide: 
  • Check out flyer for more information.
Sign me up! Contact Tom Webster, our publisher at (253) 229-8825 or

Author: Bridget Baeth


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