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Do you provide a meeting planning resource guide for Canada and surrounding areas?
Meeting planning resource guide from Ajasa Guides Publishing can be the ultimate meeting planner resource for any company meeting planner. Our Pacific Northwest meeting planner resource guide has hundreds of destinations in western Canada, making our meeting destination and event planning reference the best around for your seminar, conference, retreats, receptions, trade shows and incentive trips. When you’re planning your next seminar, conference, conventions or sales incentive retreats, use our meeting planner resources to help you.
What about the surrounding areas for a meeting destination and event planning?
The meeting planner resource guide also has information on neighboring states like Alaska to the north and Washington, Idaho, Montana to the south. Oregon and Wyoming are also included in the reference guide. Larger cities found in the meeting planner resource close to Canada include Seattle, Tacoma, Everett, Spokane, Anchorage and Portland. Each of these makes a wonderful meeting destination for conventions, a conference or seminar. This is a comprehensive meeting planning resource. Our meeting planner resource guide will help to quickly and easily inform so you can choose a great meeting destination for your event planning. Request your meeting planner resource today!
What parts of Western Canada are covered in your meeting planner resource guide?
Our meeting planning resource covers British Columbia, Alberta and Yukon provinces from which to choose a meeting destination. As a meeting planner resource, information for event planning and a meeting destination is readily available. Whether it is wine tasting in Kelowna at a conference, conventions in Penticton, Calgary, Victoria or Vancouver; a seminar at Whitehorse; a retreat at Whistler or Sun Peaks; or salmon fishing on a sales incentive trip on Vancouver Island, our meeting planner resource guide is the perfect meeting planning resource for western Canada.