Capstone Go Club

Charleston, South Carolina

May 7-11, 2024

Another year and a job well done. Congratulations! To celebrate your outstanding achievements, please join us with your guest for 4 nights at The Charleston Place in Charleston, South Carolina.

To register for the Go Club, please complete the registration form on this website no later than February 29, 2024. All Go Club qualifiers must register.

After you register, a representative from Remarkable Journeys will contact you by email to make the flight arrangements for you and your guest. They will also coordinate your land transportation to and from the airport based on your flight times.

For all travel arrangements and logistical questions, Remarkable Journeys will be happy to assist you. Their contact information is included on this website.

We are looking forward to celebrating with you and your guest.

-The Capstone Executive Team

Please make sure to register by

February 29, 2024

Location: 205 Meeting St, Charleston, SC 29401
Hotel: The Charleston Place
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Itinerary & Hotel/Area Overview

Review the Daily Itinerary and Hotel/Area Overviews then complete the registration form for you and your guest.

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Daily Itinerary

Tuesday, May 7: Arrival Day – Welcome to Charleston!

This morning you will depart from your home city to the CHS airport in Charleston. On arrival, meet your fellow colleagues for the short transfer (20 minutes) to The Charleston Place. Check-in begins at 3:00 PM.

After freshening up from a day of travel and perhaps taking a quick swim, meet your colleagues and their guests for a welcome reception.

6:30PM Welcome Reception and Dinner at The Charleston Place (Flagpole Terrace – 2nd floor)

Wednesday, May 8: Morning Business Meeting, Group Lunch and Carriage Ride

Breakfast at your leisuire on the Club Level

9:00AM-11:00AM Business Meeting for Capstone Employees – Continental breakfast will be served.

12:00PM Group Lunch

1:45PM-3:00PM Historic Carriage Ride – Meet in the lobby for a short walk to the Red Barn for a carriage ride through historic Charleston.

A carriage tour is a blend of knowledge, wit, humor, and history. A licensed tour guides drive the streets of the city recounting, witnessing, and in some cases taking part in the ever-unfolding story that is Charleston. During the one-hour, private tour, you will experience 25-30 blocks of Charleston’s historic downtown district. You will see houses, gardens, mansions, churches, and parks. You’ll hear about buildings, history, architecture, flora and people. Due to city regulation, the route followed will be chosen at random the day of the activity.

7:00PM Group Dinner at one of Charleston’s charming restaurants

Thursday, May 9: Middleton Place Tour and Lunch

Breakfast at your leisure on the Club Level

9:30AM Middleton Place Tour and Lunch
Middleton Place is one of the most popular plantations in the Charleston area, but getting there can be tricky without a private car. This tour makes it easy by including transportation from downtown Charleston aboard a comfortable, air-conditioned van, plus a guided tour of the house upon arrival. A picnic lunch under the oak trees is also included for a taste of Lowcountry cuisine.

Two of America’s Founding Fathers called Middleton Place home: Henry Middleton, a president of the First Continental Congress, and son Arthur Middleton, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. Now a National Historic Landmark, it is home to America’s oldest landscaped gardens; a House Museum filled with Middleton possessions; Plantation Stable Yards with heritage breeds; and Eliza’s House, a freedman’s dwelling that serves as the centerpiece of Middleton Place’s interpretation of the lives of the enslaved people who built the property. Sit back and relax on a luxury, air-conditioned motorcoach as you enjoy a short video provided by the Middleton Place Foundation on your way to the plantation. Upon arrival to Middleton Place, you will have the opportunity to explore all of the historic sites on this 65-acre plantation such as the House Museum, Gardens, Plantation Chapel, Parterre, Plantation Stable Yards, and Eliza’s House.

7:00PM Group Dinner at one of Charleston’s charming restaurants

Friday, May 10: Day at Leisure and Awards Dinner

Breakfast at your leisure on the Club Level. Lunch is also at your leisure.

Today is yours to explore and enjoy the city of Charleston. Below are just a few ideas to get you started.

Historic Fort Sumter
Visit Historic Fort Sumter, where the Civil War began. Located in the center of Charleston’s harbor, it is only accessible by boat. The tour consists of approximately 1 hour at Fort Sumter, followed by a 1 hour and 15-minute cruise around Charleston’s historic harbor. During the harbor cruise portion of your tour, you’ll enjoy the panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean and entrance to Charleston Harbor. At the fort, you are narrated by the National Parks Service and can visit an excellent museum containing priceless Civil War exhibits.

Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon
History comes alive as Colonial dressed guides talk about Pirates, Patriots and Presidents! Explore the location where pirates were once held and view a section of the 1698 fortification that once protected the Walled City. Completed in 1771 as the New Exchange and Customs House, recognized today as South Carolina’s most historic building. Where Patriots were imprisoned, the Constitution was ratified and George Washington was entertained.

Charleston City Market
Established in the 1790s, this historic landmark is one of the oldest public markets in the U.S. There’s everything from handmade crafts, trinkets, and jewelry to the nation’s most prized souvenir—the woven sweetgrass basket.

National Russell House Museum
A National Historic Landmark, the Nathaniel Russell House Museum was completed in 1808 by merchant Nathaniel Russell. The home’s graceful, free-flying, three-story staircase is an architectural marvel and the elegant interiors with elaborate plasterwork, geometrically shaped rooms, formal gardens and collection of 18th-century decorative and fine art speak to the wealth of Charleston’s elite in the early days of the American Republic

6:30PM Final Dinner Celebration at The Charleston Place

Saturday, May 11: Departure Day

Breakfast at your leisure on the Club Level

Please meet your transfer in the front lobby. Your transfer pick-up time will be available on Friday, May 10 at the Capstone Registration Desk. Most departures to the airport are 2 hours prior to your flight departure. Please note check-out time at the hotel is at 12:00PM.

Safe travels!

Hotel Overview

The Charleston Place, An Independent Luxury Hotel (Website)

Check-in: 4 p.m.
12 p.m.

20 minutes from the Charleston International Airport.


Located in the vibrant heart of historic downtown Charleston, The Charleston Place is just steps from some of the city’s best independent shops, the City Market, antique stores, museums, historic sites, and art galleries.

For your stay, you will find luxurious accommodations, beautiful outdoor spaces, five dinning options including a pool bar, a beautiful spa and fitness center.

Your room is on the club level, which includes continental breakfast, all day snacks, high tea, and cocktails starting at 5:00 PM. Beer and wine is served starting at noon.

Area Overview – Charleston, South Carolina

Built three centuries ago, the city of Charleston is one of the best-preserved architectural treasures in the United States. The colonial houses lining its narrow streets are an eloquent reminder of its joyous and tormented story- like a condensed history of America. The birthplace of swing and the Charleston dance – made famous by Josephine Baker – the city still has all the charm that it owes to its multi-ethnic origins.

Charleston is a city where history is found around every corner — with Fort Sumter where the first shots of the Civil War were fired; Harleston Green, the first golf course in America, founded in 1786; and the many colonial and antebellum homes of the multi-block Historic District.

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 Contact Us

Please do not hesitate to contact us or Remarkable Journeys if you have any questions about the Go Club or your travel arrangements.

General Questions and Support

Katie Ricketson – Program Manager
Work phone: 952-224-9902, ext. 302

Airline Information/Ticketing

Nyla Bridges
Work phone: 608-399-1390

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you at the Go Club!