Unique Venues Fall Magazine Tells the Story of How Planners are Covered When Disaster Strikes

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A new story called “In Case Of Emergency,” details how three campuses quickly reacted to save the day for onsite groups and conferences when unexpected disaster hit. The article appears in the brand-new Fall issue, just in time for programming back-to-school conferences and events.

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Campuses are responsible for housing, feeding and caring for thousands of students on a daily basis, which means they have developed successful communications, security and disaster preparedness plans just ‘in case.’

What does one do when the Boston Marathon Bombings happen during an international conference? How does one transport guests and make them safe after a tornado hits? Where does one even begin to contain norovirus? As any planner knows, no one can predict exactly when an emergency will strike — but as any good venue knows, acting in the moment ensures a safe, happy outcome. That’s precisely what Unique Venues Magazine discovered in a new story called “In Case Of Emergency,” detailing how three campuses quickly reacted to save the day for onsite groups and conferences when unexpected disaster hit. The article appears in the brand-new Fall issue, just in time for programming back-to-school conferences and events.

“While there are many benefits to booking with colleges and universities, perhaps this is one of the most important,” sayid Unique Venues Founder Michele Nichols. “Campuses are responsible for housing, feeding and caring for thousands of students on a daily basis, which means they have developed successful communications, security and disaster preparedness plans just ‘in case.’ It’s one less thing planners have to worry about.”

In addition to “In Case of Emergency,” the all-campus Fall Issue provides 80 pages of rich content specifically for meeting and event planners, such as a look at the farm-to-table movement that has been giving university dining halls fresh ideas and an overview of the collegiate centers that have been a miracle for religious and meditative retreats looking to pray, play and stay in one place. There’s also a tour guide of the champion meeting and event spaces in the Big 10 Division and a profile of how University of Ottawa handled hosting the massive Canadian Congress this year. As always, the magazine also provides a signature drink and food recipe that planners can use for ideas in fall events.

The magazine is distributed FREE of charge to professional and accredited planners in the U.S. and Canada. As well, the magazine is delivered electronically to an additional 36,000+ professional and freelance planners. To join the mailing list for Unique Venues magazine, simply register here.

In addition, the UniqueVenues.com website features a comprehensive database of all member listings including contact information, photo and video galleries, menus, meeting room capacities, a FREE RFP service and more.

About Unique Venues
Unique Venues has been the go-to source for non-conventional meeting and event venues, and the planners looking for them, for the past 29 years. The marketing and membership company has grown to be the largest online database in the U.S. and Canada with member venues including colleges and universities, historical and cultural venues, arenas and stadiums, camps and retreat centers, conferences and business centers and other special event venues. Services include free RFP submissions, assisted searches and a quarterly magazine distribution that help planners find the perfect fit every time.

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