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CONVENTION CENTER SPECS


Total event space: 250,000 square feet


Exhibit space: 100,800 square feet (column-free and divisible into three halls)


Ballroom: 16,890 square feet


Maximum number of breakout rooms: 22


Myrtle Beach ConventionCenter


MeetingsWith a Slice of Sun and Fun


PLENTYOFSQUAREFEET, sun, and Southern hospitali- ty are the staples ofmeetings at the Myrtle Beach Conven- tion Center.Withmore than 250,000 square feet of flexi- ble meeting space, the facility is one of the Southeast’s most popular meeting desti- nations for association, corporate, and government meetings, as well as trade shows, faith-based confer- ences, and sporting tourna- ments. It also doesn’t hurt that the center is in one of the country’s most famous beach destinations, with 60 miles of beaches, a 1.2-mile boardwalk, 102 golf courses, 300 outlet shops, and 1,700 restaurants—and that’s just to start with. Beyond the surplus of meeting space, the center’s cutting-


edge technology, dedicated IT department, exceptional culi- nary team, and professional staff cater to a planner’s every need. The center’s largest space—the 100,800-square-foot, column-free exhibit hall—is divisible into three sections. The hall’s 35-foot ceilings, 11 docks, and drive-in access ensure


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that every event moves in and out on time and on bud- get. Hall C’s telescopic seat- ing for more than 2,500 peo- ple also makes the space ideal for general sessions and large assemblies. Whatever the agenda, the


center’s flexible ballroom space breaks the mold of the typical, boring ballroom. Elegant banquets for up to 1,200 guests are a snap to organize in the 16,890- square-foot Grand Ball- room, which can be split up to accommodate five meet- ings simultaneously. For the ultimate in flexible breakout space, the center’s 17 meet- ing rooms can vary in size


with the addition of air walls. For classroom-style meetings, these rooms can accommodate up to 150 attendees, while a


WORK/PLAY: When it’s time to relax, groups will find that Myrtle Beach’s 60-plus miles of beaches and average temperature of 74 degrees makes the destination the perfect place to relax and recharge. Attendees planning to combine business and family time have a variety of family entertainment options to choose from, such as Myrtle Beach’s Broadway at the Beach.


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