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Atlantic City Convention Center


More than 32,000-square feet of pre-func- tion space allows plenty of room for regis- tration, retail or dining needs. Moving in and out is easy, too,with 29 covered load- ing docks,and parking is never a problem with 1,400 indoor spaces available.


Ovations Food Services provides excep- tional food and attention to detail. Presentation Services AudioVisual offers the most modern audio-visual service and assistance with the center’s technological capabilities,and the UPS Store on premise features a full line of services.


In addition,“an advanced high-tech upgrade is in motion and will be complet- ed by mid-spring via Smart City, our Internet, Wi-Fi and telecom provider,”said Totaro.


Since the convention center’s opening in 1997, it has been upgraded continuously in technology to keep up with changing client needs. Once the current upgrade is complete, the convention center will house state-of-the-art technology that’s second to none.


“Smart City is helping us to invest nearly one million dollars into the convention center’s technology infrastructure,which will provide the ability to have 5,000 atten- dees experience smooth and easy access onto the Internet at one time,” Totaro said. “Increased bandwidth and thousands of feet of new cable runs will be put in place. Wi-Fi is a huge expectation for show man- agement, exhibitors and attendees, so adding the ability to have clear,easy access toWi-Fi when requested is critical.”


Location is one of the most important deciding factors for planners,and Atlantic City is convenient to reach, less than an hour from Philadelphia International Airport and a few hours’drive from major east coast hubs like NewYork,Baltimore andWashington,DC. Just as important as ease of travel to this casino resort is con- venience in navigating the city.


Restaurants,casino hotels,major outlet shopping and the city’s world-famous beach and boardwalk are all within easy walking distance of the convention center.


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