Next year it's on to St. Louis, which made a better offer, COGIC leaders said.Memphis officials told Callahan that the city stands to lose upward of $35 million in revenue annually.
Brandon Porter of COGIC said the group didn't feel Memphis was "fair" in its dealings.
"It's the lack of fair accommodations," he said. "The delegates are still not getting the kind of concessions that other cities are offering a convention of our size, as relates to hotel costs, fees waived for convention halls and so forth."
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