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Ocean City remains a premier East Coast Mid-Atlantic resort town that is a perfect location for meetings and conventions. New facilities at the Roland E. Powell Convention Center, coupled with the appealing and unique ocean atmosphere that this beach town offers, make for a successful meeting and a destination experience.


The meetings and conventions sales team at the Roland E. Powell Convention Center can assist planners in finding the best dates and facilities for their events. Long-time director of sales, Fred Wise, offers a wealth of experience in hospitality, while JoAnne Hunsicker, national sales man- ager, travels across the country to meeting planner shows and convention venues to keep up on the latest trends.


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Larry Noccolino, executive director of the convention cen- ter, is actively involved in each event at the center, while its exhibitor services staff is very well seasoned and headed by Reatta Tate, who has many years of experience.


The latest addition to this 214,000-square foot bayfront facility is its new Performing Arts Center, which was just dedicated in January 2015. The Performing Arts Center includes a 1,200-seat auditorium and a performing arts stage, including two tiers of fixed seating, dressing rooms, a concession area and a box office.


According to Ocean City Mayor Rick Meehan, “The Performing Arts Center is a focal point for entertainment in Ocean City. It represents a lot of hard work, a strong part- nership between Ocean City and the State of Maryland, big dreams and a very bright future for our community. It is a beautiful venue and I am confident that citizens will walk away with a very different experience, a more personal


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