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Making Meetings Magical
onferences and meetings atWalt Dis- neyWorld benefit fromthe “Disney Advan- tage”—a unique combination of attributes including unequaled creative resources, imaginative settings, and the ability to drive record attendance. Planners can add more value to their meetings atWalt Disney
World than at any other destination on Earth. Walt DisneyWorld accommodates groups of
virtually any size and budget. The resort’s six award-winning convention hotels include a total of more than 5,000 guest rooms and 600,000 square feet of flexible meeting space; the largest property, Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, offers affordable accommodations with business-level amenities. The resort’s 220,000 square feet of contiguous meeting space is con- veniently housed all on one level, and exhibitors can take advantage of Disney’s Exhibitor Concierge, who can assist with developing sponsor events. When it comes to networking, Disney’s
share proven success strategies through keynotes, breakout sessions, team-building events, and behind-the-scenes tours. The Disney advantage starts before atten-
dees even step foot on the park grounds. When attendees arrive at Orlando International Air- port, they can hop aboard Disney’s Magical Express—a complimentary round-trip airport transfer with luggage-delivery service. From crafting the big picture to remembering the smallest of details,Walt DisneyWorld can take any meeting from mediocre to magical, all while staying on budget.
world-famous theme parks offer experiences that simply can’t be duplicated. Where else can attendees participate in a championship-caliber team-building event at the ESPN WideWorld of Sports Complex, then network and dine in an authentic African village—all in the same day? The Disney Event Group is made up of experts in producing exceptional meeting and event experiences, who offer assistance in everything from concept development to themed décor. And when it’s time to get down to business, the world-renowned Disney Institute “Insiders” can
AT A GLANCE Meeting facilities: 600,000-plus square feet of meeting space Hotel rooms: Six Disney convention hotels with more than 5,000 rooms, plus additional Disney hotels On-site services and amenities: Private networking events at Disney theme parks, cre- ative solutions from the Disney Event Group, Disney Institute speakers and tours, Disney’s Exhibitor Concierge service, complimentary airport transfers, and more
SOUTHWESTERN FLAIR: Disney’s affordable and con- venient Coronado Springs Resort includes 220,000 square feet of contiguous meeting space.
BIG INCENTIVE: Groups that book Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort through Dec. 15, 2012, will receive one “After 4 p.m.” theme-park admis- sion ticket and one $25 dining card for each room booked. Offer is valid for select dates and for new bookings only.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Walt DisneyWorld (321) 939-7107 fax: (321) 939-7173 www.disney meetings.com
pcmaconvene March 2012