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choices. For the less adventurous, there are theaters, performing arts centers and casino properties that remain open all year. Meeting venues range from lavish resorts to quaint lodges, many offering golf and spa accommodations or even indoor waterparks.


“We sometimes provide private vacation homes at Woodloch Springs for meet- ings,” points out Jackson. “Groups may even invite a chef to cook inside or on the patio. University of Pennsylvania Graduate and Professional Assembly, a group of 15, did this. They arrived mid- day, held a team building event, had dinner and a short wrap-up meeting, then went to one of our resorts for enter- tainment. The Jenzi Travel Corporation combined a meeting and dinner dance with recreation for 50 people.”


Tore Fiore, executive director of Destination Delco Tourism Bureau repre-


The Roland E. Powell Convention Center in Ocean City, MD offers a wide range of spaces and opportunities for groups of all sizes, both big and small


HERE, INSPIRATION BURNS BRIGHT BY FIRESIDE.


Leave the office and gather ‘round in the Pocono Mountains. Everywhere you look, discover a meeting venue where creative sparks fly—whether it’s on the slopes, at a casino, or by one cozy campfire. Plan your next meeting at PoconoMeetings.com or call 800.722.9199.


#PoconoMtns Mid-Atlantic­EvENts Magazine 47


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