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Grand Wayne Convention Center Downtown Fort Wayne, Indiana


Your best events happen here!


Grand Wayne Convention Center’s flexible space and floor plans offer hundreds of meeting and convention configurations and combinations, all with easy visual and pedestrian flow.


rom top to bottom, side to side, front to back, Grand Wayne Convention Center offers two city blocks of perfectly appointed convention and meeting space. Sleek styling and attention to detail in every area lets your event become whatever you want it to be. Whether yours is dinner for 3,000 or a trade show for the masses, we have the technology, space and expertise to deliver - and the confidence to celebrate your success. Among the Midwest’s most advanced meeting options in terms of capacity, capability, comfort and creativity - Grand Wayne features: • 225,000 sq. ft. of flexible space • 50,000 sq. ft. dividable exhibit hall • 2 ballrooms


F • 18 meeting rooms


• 30,000 sq. ft. of public or pre-function area • 12,000 sq. ft. kitchen with the capacity to serve 3,000 guests in a single banquet set- ting


Marcy McKinley, DOSM 120 W Jefferson Blvd Fort Wayne, IN 46802 www.grandwayne.com mmckinley@grandwayne.com 260-426-4100 Fax: 260-420-9080


Rooms/suites:


- 250-room attached, full-service, Hilton Ft. Wayne Hotel


- 250-room connecting, full-service, Court- yard by Marriot


Meeting space sq. ft: 80,000 Meeting rooms: 18 Reception capacity: 7,000 Largest room sq. ft.: 50,000 Golf course nearby: Yes Onsite restaurant: 1


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• The power to connect, coordinate and create any event • Two connecting full-service hotels Every event and meeting space is fully equipped with the most accommodating fea- tures. Every inch of space is richly appointed while spacious corridors and pre-function areas lend a natural balance and flow allowing multiple events to occur without interrup- tion or sacrifice of any amenity.


The center features paramount audio-visual capabilities for most any conceivable de- sire or requirement. A sampling of choices include: • Automated remote lighting control • Theatre-quality digital sound system • Wireless and hard-wired options throughout • Drop screens and remote operation


• Data and telecommunications in every meeting room • Over 12,000 power connections throughout all meeting and gathering spaces includ- ing category 6 cable and fiber-optic transmission Grand Wayne’s extensive creativity, expanded capacity, unlimited capabili- ties and grand scale of comfort will positively aid event planners in creating and conducting superior events - while allowing guests to enjoy unparalleled com- fort. Whatever the size and type of your event, we will help you plan and present one of the best functions of your career. For us, our goal is to make your event noth- ing short of fantastic. Contact our sales team: 260-426-4100 or visit us online at www.grandwayne.com


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