With inspiring meeting spaces and numerous incentives, the Reno Tahoe area invites planners to kick back and let the lure of location amp up attendance.
10% Commission in Reno Tahoe
Did you know most Reno Tahoe convention hotels remain independent and offer full 10% group room commissions to third-party planners? Grand Sierra Resort and Casino and all the resorts in The Row are among the many recently renovated meeting properties that plan to keep commissions at 10%. Hosts, exhibitors, and attendees can receive valuable cost savings when meetings are booked in Reno Tahoe, while enjoying a state-of-the-art experience at participating hotels.
Regional Sales Offices
With regional offices throughout the U.S., the Reno-Sparks Convention & Visitors Authority (RSCVA) offers meeting planners accessible and personal service no matter where they are. The RSCVA’s Washington, D.C., office serves the Capital Region, extending through the Mid-Atlantic and East Coast; the Denver office currently handles the Great Plains and Lower Midwest; Chicago also represents the Midwest and Upper Mountain West; the Atlanta office covers the Southeast; Sacramento includes Northern California, Northern Nevada, Oregon, and Washington; and the Los Angeles office covers Southern California, Southern Nevada, and Arizona. The Lower Midwest and Arizona markets will be covered by a new office in Dallas in the very near future.
Reno-Sparks Convention Center Upgrades
Just minutes away from Reno-Tahoe International Airport lies the captivating and modern Reno-Sparks Convention Center. Recently, $10 million was invested in improvements and upgrades, including state-of-the-art wireless internet with 10G speed throughout the entire building, as well as luxurious contemporary floor coverings, wall finishes, interior signage, and artwork. With single-level space, drive-in access, upgraded technology, and award-winning service, this premier facility makes planning any event simple.