The Group Travel Leader

OHIO 2017

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71 w w w . o h i o h a s i t . c o m N O RT H E A S T PUNDERSON MANOR LODGE AND CONFERENCE CENTER 877-496-9224 ext. 109 Contact: Kim Cira East of Cleveland and just minutes from Amish Country, Geauga County's Punderson Manor features cozy rooms in an English Tudor-style Estate House setting. Enjoy full service din- ing, hiking, newly-renovated indoor and out- door pools, golf, fishing and boating, lakeside boardwalk, unique indoor and outdoor banquet spaces and free motorcoach parking. RAMADA LIMITED 330-878-1400 Contact: Denise McConnell Ramada Limited Strasburg is located at I-77 exit 87 on SR 250, just minutes from Amish Country. Nearby attractions include Warther Museum, J.E. Reeves Home, Zoar Village, Trumpet in the Land, and Pro Football Hall of Fame. Enjoy our Broken Niblick Pub, hot continental breakfast, indoor pool, free WiFi, and meeting room. RESIDENCE INN BY MARRIOTT CLEVELAND/ AVON AT THE EMERALD EVENT CENTER 440-937-0909 Contact: Erin Browne The Residence Inn by Marriott Cleveland/ Avon at the Emerald Event Center is a spa- cious all-suites hotel. With easy access off I-90, our location is the perfect hub for a trip between downtown Cleveland and the Sandusky/Lake Erie Island Region! Complimentary breakfast, lobby bar, and 11,000SF event center to enhance your group experience! SCHOENBRUNN INN AND CONFERENCE CENTER 330-339-4334 Contact: Stephanie Kuemerle The Schoenbrunn Inn, a quaint hotel with urban style. Centrally located in scenic Tuscarawas County, the gateway to Amish Country. We are committed to offering our guests a warm welcome with a memorable experience, bringing them back time and time again. Our hotel offers modern amenities and exceptional service at a competitive rate. THE WALLHOUSE HOTEL, WALNUT CREEK 800-824-2013 Contact: Logan Huffman When your group is coming to town to experience all that our area has to offer— from dining experiences to antiquing to plenty of Amish Country experiences and shopping—make The Wallhouse Hotel your home. We have 62 rooms with state-of- the-art amenities and our whisper design means you can sleep without waking to the noises outside. TUDOR ARMS HOTEL - A DOUBLETREE BY HILTON HOTEL 216-455-1260 the-tudor-arms-hotel-cleveland-a-doubletree-by- hilton-CLEUCDT/index.html Contact: Michelle Wirgha Our historic Tudor Arms building offers stylish and sophisticated accommoda- tions in the heart of Cleveland's East Side Cultural District and is only four miles from the downtown Cleveland business district. Restaurant and bar with breakfast buf- fet. Complimentary high-speed internet access. Flexible meeting space and busi- ness center. CENTRAL MEMBERS DESTINATION MARKETING ORGANIZATIONS DESTINATION HILLIARD 614-664-3290 Contact: Christy J. Clark Hilliard offers small town charm and hospitality just minutes from downtown Columbus, Ohio and major attractions. Visit our 1800s historic village or Early Television museum, dine at one of our 26 local restau- rants and experience fun events. Looking for something more adventuresome? Try Adrenaline Trampoline Park or the Heritage Rail Trail. DUBLIN CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU 614-792-7666 Contact: Amanda Mikkelson Come experience Ireland without a passport in Dublin, Ohio! Infuse a little Irish attitude into your next group adventure with 20 unique hands-on Irish Experiences for VIPs (Very Irish People) including our popular Four-Leaf Clover Scavenger Hunt, a Sunny Irish Dinner Event (with Irish entertainers), Irish Dance 101 and more! EXPERIENCE COLUMBUS 614-222-6136 Contact: Roger Dudley Go behind-the-scenes and enjoy VIP treat- ment with our experiential tours. Discover what it takes to bring a ballet production to life, become a winemaker, adventure on an open-air safari, taste Columbus' award-winning culinary scene and more! Visit for details. EXPLORE LICKING COUNTY 740-345-8224 Contact: Carol Thress People have been finding their way here for thousands of years in search of a way of life. From the ancient to the contemporary, our history transcends age and culture, offering shared moments of understanding simply between people - no tickets required. FAIRFIELD COUNTY VISITORS AND CONVENTION BUREAU 800-626-1296 Contact: Fran Tiburzio Visit Fairfield County – where History, Art and Nature meet. Central location offers easy access to big city amenities and small town charm. Featuring covered bridges, unique cultural attractions and museums, vibrant arts scene with exhibitions, gal- leries and studios, 8000+ acres of parks and nature preserves, shopping, antiques, dining, and hotels. KNOX COUNTY CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU 740-392-6102 Contact: Pat Crow Quaint brick lined streets, beautiful his- torical homes, distinctive outdoor oasis, exquisite dining options, exceptional lodging facilities, thrilling recreational adventures, unique educational programs, rich cultural experiences--we have it all! Whether you visit us for work, relaxation, or play, you will find no better company than right here in Knox County. LOGAN COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND VISITOR'S BUREAU 937-599-5121 Contact: Ali Parthemore Centrally located one hour from Columbus. From exploring caverns, to zip lining through the woods, to touring a historic castle, Logan County has a variety of attractions for the entire family. Stop in at Six Hundred Downtown for award winning pizza, or Brewfontaine for a locally brewed beer. You'll leave Logan County wanting more! MARION AREA CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU 740-389-9770 Contact: Mark Holbrook From food trails, to agri-tours, to historic attractions, call us to build an itinerary that will create memories for your travel- ers. Customize your visit by choosing any of Marion's premier attractions or select from a host of pre-arranged tours.

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