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Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa recently announced construction of a new venue that will integrate an


entertaining bar experience with sports wagering. Adding more than $11 million in development to Borgata’s resort, the destination bar will make its anticipated debut this coming summer. Borgata made history last June when it


became the first Atlantic City casino to accept a legal sports wager under new sports betting regulations in New Jersey.


Located in Atlantic City’s Marina District, Borgata Hotel


Casino & Spa features 2,000 guest rooms and suites; 106,000- square feet of event space; gaming; a race and sports


book; 11 retail boutiques; acclaimed fine dining restaurants by renowned chefs like Wolfgang Puck, Bobby Flay, Michael Symon, Geoffrey Zakarian, and Michael Schulson; casual dining options; spa and swimming pools; four signature nightlife experiences; and parking for 7,100 cars.


The Water Club at Borgata offers a unique personality all its own, while just steps away from the entertainment, nightlife, and dining of Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa. Guests can enjoy Immersion, a two-story spa on the 32nd floor,


18,000-square feet of meeting and event space, five heated swimming pools (both indoor and outdoor), along with boutique retail shops and more.


function space. Its newest addition, the Earth Expo and Convention Center, fea- tures over 175,000-square feet of exhibi- tion space, including the 20,000-square foot Earth Ballroom, the 125,000-square foot Earth Expo Center, 15 meeting rooms, outdoor space (including a large wrap-around terrace), and state-of-the- art technology. The Sky Convention Center has over 100,000-square feet of meeting space, including one of the largest hotel ballrooms in the Northeast, the Uncas Ballroom. Next to the Uncas Ballroom are 20 unique and flexible meeting rooms.


Mohegan Sun Pocono is home to a 20,000 square-foot conference center offering flexible meeting space.


In all, Resorts Casino Hotel offers 24 meeting rooms, 14 with natural lighting and ocean views, and over 64,000- square feet of flexible function and event space, including its newest con- ference center space.


In Hanover, Maryland, Live! Casino & Hotel offers a multitude of luxurious amenities in one place with ease of accessibility between Baltimore and Washington, DC, while just a short drive from BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport.


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Cynthia Jones, VP of sales and market- ing for Live! Casino, explains that host- ing an event at a casino property offers planners a one-stop solution for full-ser- vice meeting coordination along with numerous on-site options that allow attendees to unwind afterward. In addi- tion, dining, entertainment and nightlife all are available and convenient with- out needing to coordinate with addi- tional vendors.


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“Groups can have their pick of irre- sistible dining options at Live! Casino & Hotel’s award-winning restaurants, from the Zagat-rated #1 steakhouse in the Baltimore area, The Prime Rib, to Live! Hotel’s signature restaurant, David’s, named after and inspired by the travels of casino owner and The Cordish Companies Chairman, David Cordish,” says Jones.


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