Non-Traditional Venues Lead Trend for Weddings, Family Events in 2007 Messages in this topic - RSS

Non-Traditional Venues Lead Trend for Weddings, Family Events in 2007 Messages in this topic - RSS

eventectiveeventectiveAdministratorPosts: 298 April 20, 2010
Portland, Maine — April 26, 2007 — In terms of "what's new" regarding
family and private events in 2007, look to non-traditional venues that make the
most of guests' downtime, advises Steve Robertson, General Manager at Eventective
(www.eventective.com), the Internet's most comprehensive and popular meeting and
event space search engine.

More and more families and friends are researching special interest and non-traditional
venues such as resorts, ranches, inns, and estate mansions as alternatives to booking
traditional full-service hotels to host their wedding, family reunion, or bar mitzvah.

The reason, Robertson said, is the unique value that non-traditional venues can
bring, with more options, activities, and accommodations for guests.

According to Eventective's 25,000 visitors a month, choosing "non-traditional venues"
to hold family and private events offers a host of benefits, including:

  • More Things to Do — Smaller, specialty venues can offer a much fuller
    range of down-time options and recreational activities for guests. Ranging from
    BBQs, horse trail riding, spa treatments, to golfing, guests often want "something
    new", or at least a new twist on a tradition to make the event memorable.

  • Greater Availability — A greater availability of choice means less
    hassle and research when securing a venue for peak season dates. As a result of
    the marketplace dynamics, 2007 shows a continuous, steady increase in the supply
    of unique venues.

  • Silver Tray Service — Non-traditional venues often pull out the stops
    in terms of service. Organizers appreciate the high levels of creativity, flexibility,
    and even the personal touch that a smaller facility goes to lengths to offer.

  • Better Affordability — Specialty venues often exhibit equal enthusiasm
    to compete on the cost front, and generally can offer lower overall costs that traditional
    venues.


Venues that are expected to top the list in 2007 as a "hot place" to hold a wedding
or family event are: Resorts, Golf Courses, Museums/Art Galleries, Outdoor Parks/Botanical
Gardens, Inns/Bed & Breakfasts, Theatres, Mansions/Private Estates, Wineries/Vineyards/Breweries,
or Sports Arenas.

To find the perfect unique venue, visit Eventective at
www.eventective.com
, where a record-setting 307,000 event spaces, 91,000
facilities, and 37,000 related service providers throughout the U.S. are listed
and ready for booking.

About Eventective.com

Eventective (http://www.eventective.com), headquartered in Portland, Maine, is the
Web's most comprehensive meeting and event space search engine. With more than 25,000
visitors a day, Eventective is also one of the most popular venue search resources
on the Internet.

For professional event planners, business meeting organizers, and individuals planning
weddings and parties, the portal's listings feature 307,000 event spaces, 91,000
facilities, and 37,000 related service providers throughout the U.S. and include
traditional hotel and restaurant-based properties as well as niche and special-interest
facilities that are often not presented elsewhere.

For venues, Eventective delivers qualified leads to assist hospitality and restaurant
facilities to better market their available resources and compete in the growing
$300 billion U.S. meeting and event industry.

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Press contacts:

Traci Freed, 207-253-1653 x185, tfreed@eventective.com

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