VISIT Milwaukee Taps Online Housing System to Manage Reservations for 60+ Hotels

VISIT Milwaukee has announced an agreement with Meetingmax, provider of a flexible online housing reservation system. Through the agreement, the Milwaukee Convention and Visitors Bureau will use Meetingmax's system to manage convention housing bookings for its more than 60 member hotels.
As part of its selection process, VISIT Milwaukee looked at several other housing systems. The organization primarily selected Meetingmax based on its user-friendly software interface.
"A big part of our mandate is to ensure that guests are warmly welcomed to Milwaukee, and that begins the moment they book their hotel room," says Dave Larson, director of convention services, VISIT Milwaukee. "Meetingmax's system makes it easy for conference delegates to quickly search for a participating hotel, explore its features and book a room."

Milwaukee is a premiere Midwestern meeting destination. In addition to its dynamic downtown and state-of-the-art convention facilities, Milwaukee differentiates itself through its warm hospitality and affordable prices. In 2008, tourism generated $2.7 billion in spending in Greater Milwaukee and supported approximately 66,000 local jobs.
News of the VISIT Milwaukee agreement follows the signing of agreements with Atlanta's Cobb County and Hamilton County, Indiana. Meeetingmax's system will be used to manage convention housing bookings at CVB member hotels in both counties.
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