Wynn Entices Meetings, Conventions Back to Vegas

In an effort to bring more business meetings and conventions back to Las Vegas, Wynn Las Vegas and Encore are presenting an education familiarization tour and comprehensive workshop dedicated to meeting and event professionals, on April 8 - 11. Participants of the exclusive program will discover how to enhance their companies' programs and learn more about the signature offerings at Wynn and Encore.

"The heart of this workshop is the educational seminars, which include our Return on Investment classes, designed to instruct participants on the importance of hosting meeting and conventions," said Andre Link of Wynn Las Vegas. "Our goal is to assist meeting professionals with their needs and also give them a chance to experience all the impeccable amenities Wynn and Encore have to offer at the same time."

The three-day program will include an assortment of day and evening activities created to engage meeting professionals and their invited clients. This workshop will show participants how to provide a Return on Investment and complete meeting management to their clients. It will also educate professionals on ensuring that meetings are in conjunction with their client's business needs and produce clear objectives that center on successful outcomes.

The tour will also feature special guest and respected meeting planner, Theresa Breining, principal with Breining Group LLC, to lead the Return on Investment curriculum. She is a recognized international leader in providing full-service strategic meeting management. With over 30 years of experience in the meeting planning industry, Breining has been responsible for producing successful meetings across the globe.

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