KALISPELL IS MONTANA’S BREAKOUT SESSION
As the gateway to Glacier National Park and Flathead Lake, Kalispell is in the middle of Montana’s most iconic natural places. We have the ideal environment to increase conference attendance and the venues to conduct effective business. Kalispell is located on the corner of genuine and glad to see you. Our community is filled with unique shopping, cultural offerings, fine restaurants, wonderful events and welcoming smiles.
There’s never been a better time to bring your meeting, convention or event to Kalispell, Montana. As the premier meetings destination in Montana, we pride ourselves on offering planners affordable variety and executive service at the heart of America’s most iconic places.
As business concludes for the day, our clients take a guided hike or Red Bus tour through Glacier National Park, a trip on the Farwest boat tour around Flathead Lake, they fly fish next to a mountain goat, enjoy a round of golf at one of our valley’s nine courses, ski an afternoon or evening at one of our resorts or dine, shop and browse the historic old west in downtown.
Getting to Kalispell has never been easier with direct air service from Seattle, Las Vegas, Oakland, Denver, Minneapolis, Chicago, Salt Lake City and Atlanta. If a train is more to your group’s liking, well Amtrak stops twice a day in our backyard traveling from Chicago to Seattle.
Submit an RFP to the Kalispell Convention and Visitor Bureau destination experts and you can rest assured that our hospitality professionals will make your experience unforgettable and assist in planning every detail, to exceed your expectations.
If you have questions prior to submitting your RFP please contact the Kalispell Convention & Visitor Bureau.
Rob Brisendine, Group Sales Manager by phone at 406-758-2820 or email.
The Western Weights and Measures Association (WWMA) held its 56th annual conference in September 2013 in Kalispell, Montana. There are 13 western states in the WWMA and we take turns hosting the annual conference. The process to determine the city where the conference would be held was started over two years in advance by contacting local convention and visitor bureaus and chamber of commerce offices for information on potential locations. Since I had never planned anything like this before selecting a location was quite a challenge. It was clear very early on in the process the Kalispell Convention and Visitors Bureau was going to be very helpful in selecting the best location at a price our association could afford and was willing to assist in any way possible. Rob Brisendine gave me a tour of all the potential locations and prepared and sent out a request for proposal (RFP). We ended up selecting the Hilton Garden Inn for our conference. It is a very nice facility and the staff was friendly and easy to work with. We received a lot of positive feedback from the attendees and were very pleased with the way the conference turned out. I would definitely recommend Kalispell as a great place to hold a conference.
Western Weights and Measures Association