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Easy, Breezy Meetings in the Heart of Orange County


OUTHERN CALIFORNIA IS FAMOUS FOR SUN AND fun, but there’s a city that takes the best of that California-cool attitude and pairs it with a smart business sensibility: Irvine, an exceptional desti- nation for meetings. A leading business center, this dynamic city is home to more than 100 cor- porations, and just 15 minutes away from some of California’s most famous beaches and attrac- tions.


In addition to 3,400 hotel rooms and 120,000 square feet of meet-


ing space spread between 14 hotel properties, Irvine offers some- thing different for off-site meetings, from Orange County Great Park’s historic Hangar 244 to the Marconi Automotive Museum. And when it’s time to relax, Irvine offers 66 square miles of recreation, dining, golf, and shopping for attendees to pack into their free time. The city’s 280-plus days of sunshine a year and reputation for


safety (Irvine has been named “America’s Safest Big City” by the FBI seven years in a row) gives planners and attendees confidence in planning outdoor activities and events. In addition to world-class golf


and beaches, Irvine has more than 25 square miles of parks and rec- reation to explore. Destination Irvine offers assistance with planning just about


every detail of a meeting or event. From proposal requests to activ- ity arrangements, the staff is dedicated to ensuring every meeting in Irvine is a success. n


For more information: Destination Irvine, Michelle Carlen, Director of Sales; (949) 660-9112 ext. 127; michelle@destinationirvine. com; www.Destination Irvine.com


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