If the views from your meeting space consist of traffic, concrete or other buildings, the answer to your problem is simple. It’s island time!
Leave the stiff and boring behind for the excitement of Galveston Island’s beachfront facilities in one of Texas's top tourism destinations.
Located just 50 minutes from Houston, this 32-mile-long island offers more than 5,000 sleeping rooms, replenished beaches and a variety of world-class attractions to make your next meeting far from ordinary. And, if you’re on a budget, you can join the more than 5 million visitors that flock to Galveston annually to experience the laidback lifestyle of a seaside city without the high price tag of most beach destinations.
Your first step? Discover all the in-kind and cash incentives for which you may qualify! Contact the Galveston Island Convention & Visitors Bureau to get the best head start possible on planning a successful, stress-free meeting.
For additional information, visit MeetGalveston.com. You're invited to email the Galveston Island Convention & Visitors Bureau at firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone (866)505-4456 extension 146.
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