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Chase Center on the Riverfront


The Chase Center on the Riverfront inWilmington,Delaware, located along the Christiana River, offers 92,000-square feet off meeting and exhibit space, including: ample conference rooms,a 250 fixed-seat auditorium,a dedicated,open exhibit area and two beautifully appointed ballrooms that make the center ideal for a variety of corporate functions,as well as trade shows and conventions.


The Chase Center’s culinary creations are offered in a wide variety of menu options, including executive dining,day meeting packages,evening receptions and grand celebra- tions. Professional event planners are available to coordi- nate every detail and to help make business a pleasure.


Located in the revitalizedWilmington riverfront area, the center is halfway between NewYork andWashington,DC, and just 30 minutes from Center City Philadelphia. The Chase Center offers free parking,complimentaryWi-Fi and state-of-the-art audio-visual services and videoconferencing. Planners will find that events are affordable here,especially because the center is located in a tax-free state.


A brand new,180-roomWestin Hotel is attached to the con- vention center, making it convenient for attendees to get to trade shows and conventions held here. Attendees also will find that Chase Center is within walking distance of restau- rants, shops and numerous riverfront attractions.


For attendees who want to network, spouses looking for activities,companies searching for the perfect team building exercise,and individuals wanting to extend the trip for a vacation, there’s something for everyone inWilmington. Arts, sports and culture are all at attendees’ fingertips, like the new outdoor Horizon Riverfront Ice Rink,Frawley Stadium (home to theWilmington Blue Rocks),Delaware Theatre Company, the Delaware Children’s Museum,Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts,and an IMAX theater.


“We’re located in tax-free Delaware,offer free parking for meeting attendees,and have an in-house audio-visual part- ner,” said KevinWillis,general manager for the Chase Center on the Riverfront. “We provide all of the services found in major metro markets without the hassle.”


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Lancaster County Convention Center


The anchor of historic Penn Square, the integrated Lancaster County Convention Center and Lancaster Marriott are locat- ed in the heart of downtown Lancaster,Pennsylvania,which has been touted as America’s oldest inland city.


Joshua Nowak,director of sales and marketing for the con- vention center, said his clients love the layout and flexibility of the facility,which is“manageable”at nearly 100,000-square feet that is compactly organized on four levels.


With more than 46,000-square feet of meeting and exhibit space and two ballrooms,each offering more than 8,700- square feet, there’s plenty of space for groups of up to 5,000. The venue offers high-tech amenities, such as wireless con- nectivity throughout, two on site business centers,and con- cession areas in the exhibit hall. Offering tremendous con- venience, the facility boasts a fine dining restaurant and lounge with a 100-seat dining room and private dining space, a lobby bar,an indoor swimming pool and whirlpool,a 1,300- square foot exercise room,and two spa treatment rooms.


As beautiful as it is functional, the facility offers bright,natu- rally lit spaces along with luxuriously appointed interiors and cherry wood accents.


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