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ing experience that requires attention to detail, critical thinking, communica- tion and team work to break out.”


Tropicana offers some treasured holi- day traditions, too, that help make the season feel even more magical.


“Guests of all ages will love the stun- ning holiday décor, music, and mar- velous 35-foot tree in the center of it all. The festivities kick off in The Quarter in November with the annual Holiday Tree Lighting and Holiday Musical Light Show. The show com- bines interactive lights with an inspir- ing array of beloved holiday musical selections from jazz to rock to interna- tional favorites. On the famous Atlantic City boardwalk, the resort hosts an annual Holiday Sing-Along with the cast of Holiday Jubilee, a live choir, and the big man himself (Santa),” exclaims Callendar.


The New Year will usher in even more excitement. “2018 will be filled with even more surprises as the resort expands and introduces more hotel rooms, amenities, and unique guest experiences,” he adds.


In King of Prussia, PA, Lani Baird, executive director of sales for the Valley Forge Casino Resort, discusses the many amenities available to guests on-site for holiday parties and other events. “Valley Forge Casino Resort is the area’s only full-amenity gaming resort with dining, nightlife, hotel rooms, entertainment and so much more. We pride ourselves on providing a safe, comfortable experience in an atmosphere that makes guests feel at home with friendly, welcoming service and personal touches.”


“Celebrating our fifth anniversary this year,” she continues, “we’ve recently


invested in renovations throughout our hotel rooms and meeting, conference and banquet facilities. Valley Forge Casino Resort is committed to contin- ue improving our guest experience.”


Valley Forge Casino Resort has a lot of versatile space available to accommo- date parties and events of any size. “Valley Forge Casino Resort offers over 100,000-square feet of event space, including five elegantly-appointed ball- rooms, private dining rooms in our restaurants, unique nightlife venues available for private rental, and our 54,000-square foot event center, which is capable of accommodating parties of up to 1,500,” notes Baird.


With regard to hosting holiday parties, she explains that Valley Forge Casino Resort is an ideal location that is home to many interesting amenities. “In addition to the private banquet space,


OVER 12,000 SQ FT OF STATE-OF-THE-ART MEETING SPACE


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14,000 SQ FT OF TRADESHOW SPACE AWARD-WINNING CUISINE ACHIEVE GREATNESS Book your meeting or conference today by calling Scott Lewis at 484.777.7928 or email scott.lewis@sands.com. Must be 21 years of age or older to enter the Sands Casino. GAMBLING PROBLEM? CALL 1-800-GAMBLER. M E E T I N G S | E N T E R T A I N M E N T | D I N I N G | O U T L E T S | H O T E L Mid-Atlantic­EvENts Magazine 15


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