Here you will find facts, info and fun stuff about the upcoming ACAM-CEO MindShare event in Charleston, SC July 29-31, 2015. We hope that this information is helpful as you plan your trip to attend the event. If you have further questions, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com
Charleston is the destination your attendees WANT to visit. Voted #1 city in the US by the discerning readers of Condé Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure magazines, you'll find a region steeped in history, yet surprisingly cutting edge.
As Charleston has evolved it has become more cosmopolitan while retaining its human scale and unique Southern culture. The visual and performing arts scene is a vibrant and integral part of Charleston life. Shopping is also considered an art form, with the city earning a fashion forward reputation. In short, you'll find many amenities usually associated with larger cities, but here they are accompanied by our genuine hospitality
Charleston is easy to reach - and it's getting easier! In 2013 Charleston International Airport was among only 3% of US airports to add new flights! We currently offer 130+ daily arrivals and departures, including non-stop flights to/from 13 metropolitan areas. Carriers include Delta, US Airways, Southwest, JetBlue, United and American Airlines.
Charleston Area Information
Visiting Charleston is easy, take a look at this great interactive map to help you plan your pre or post event activities. The Charleston Visitors and Convention Bureau has tons of activities and tour information on their website. Visit www.charlestoncvb.com to help plan your trip.
What to Wear: Attire at most places is "Low Country Casual." This means resort wear is acceptable at restaurants and other facilities. This includes flip-flops, shorts and sundresses. Attire for the MindShare conference is "Business Casual" for all events except the evening events. Low Country Casual is quite fine.
If you're touring, wear comfy sneakers or sandals for walking. Shorts and T-shirts are common. Bring sunglasses or a hat. Most tourist venues don't have dress codes, but check to be sure. Evening: Consider your agenda; check venues before you leave home. Meeting rooms tend to be a bit more chilly, bring a light sweater or pashmina.
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