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Buck Samuels

Authored Articles
African-American Guide To Meetings, Incentives & Traveling In The West
Published: 21-Nov-2014

It's the place where you'll find the nation's largest African-American cultural museum and its oldest Black theater
Walking Cities
Published: 21-Mar-2015

While many groups choose to meet at large resorts or out of the-way locals, even more seem to be embracing the idea of walking cities.
Waterfront Meeting Locations For Memorable Events
Published: 2-Nov-2015

Want your business meetings, corporate events, conventions, and other types of group gatherings to garner you lots of praise and appreciation from attendees and board members?
Historic Cities For a Cultural Meeting Experience
Published: 29-May-2017

African-Americans more than any other group seek out heritage tourism opportunities on vacation or added to an itinerary when attending a conference
Taking the Family: Travel For Business & Pleasure
Published: 7-Nov-2017

Blended travel - combing business and leisure trips with the family has gained momentum in recent years.   According to one survey, 77 percent took family or a significant other on their last business trip, and 47 percent do it a majority of the time.  The numbers are even high in the African-American market segment, where travel with families to everything from conference to family reunions has been a mainstay.

African-American Guide to Meetings, Incentives & Traveling in th Northeast
Published: 22-Dec-2017

It's easy to list the many things that make the Northeast such an interesting travel destination. You've got the dazzling fall foliage, and picturesque coastal playgrounds; winter resorts; a wealth of acclaimed cultural attractions; plus the region's central role in
TAKING THE FAMILY: TRAVEL FOR BUSINESS AND PLEASURE
Published: 13-Mar-2019

Blended travel - combing business and leisure trips with the family has gained momentum in recent years.   According to one survey, 77 percent took family or a significant other on their last business trip, and 47 percent do it a majority of the time.  The numbers are even high in the African-American market segment, where travel with families to everything from conference to family reunions has been a mainstay.

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