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Located along the marina, Harrah’s Waterfront Conference Center in Atlantic City, NJ


“Atlantic City is a beach resort destina- tion that offers world-class entertain- ment, dining and shopping, and is the second largest gaming destination in the country,” said president and CEO of Meet AC, Jim Wood. “Located within a few hours’ drive of nearly one-third of the nation’s population and 20 percent of its business addresses, the conven- tion center is easily accessible for trade show, meeting and convention atten- dees.”


Attendees headed to the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Atlantic City will be excited to experience this legendary casino gaming resort, its 365 days of entertainment and commitment to “rocking around the clock.”


The venue offers 150,000-square feet of meeting space with 30 meeting rooms - the largest room measures 63,000- square feet and the second largest encompasses nearly 30,000-square feet. A variety of options are available to accommodate groups of all sizes, from intimate board meetings to large-scale events and conferences. For the largest gatherings, Hard Rock Live at Etess


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Arena can stage a general session for 7,000 people or a 300-plus booth trade show. The 29,000-square foot Seminole Ballroom is divisible into six sections and can be configured to accommo- date everything from banquets and corporate events to intimate private concerts.


These spaces are easily accessible from the Hard Rock’s 2,000 hotel rooms and all offer Wi-Fi access, audio- visual and technological integration, plus the top-notch food and beverage for which the Hard Rock Café brand has become known, with additional dining options, as well.


For things to do after the meeting, net- working or group event, there’s enter- tainment around every corner. Attendees won’t have to leave the property to visit Sound Waves, Howie Mandel’s Comedy Club, DAER Nightclub, Rock Spa and Salon, Body Rock Fitness Center, and an indoor/outdoor swimming pool area. Attendees feeling lucky can take their pick of 2,200 slot machines and 120 table games.


“The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Atlantic City takes the meeting experi- ence to the next level,” said director of public relations and community affairs, Nikki Balles. “Set on 17 acres of the Jersey Shore with the Atlantic City boardwalk as its backdrop, it’s the per- fect place to make a moment shine. The show-stopping amenities truly turn any meeting up a notch, providing attendees with a memorable experi- ence for years to follow."


Another South Jersey Shore communi- ty, Stone Harbor, is home to The Reeds at Shelter Haven, which has been voted one of Conde Nast Traveler’s “World’s Best Hotels.” Steps from the beach, this luxury boutique hotel and resort fea- tures 58 distinctively designed gue- strooms and suites, 9,000-square feet of flexible event and meeting space, din- ing options, amenities that include concierge services, seasonal bay activi- ties and the newly opened Salt Spa. This venue offers a perfect blend of work and play.


The Reeds offers three hospitality suites that are ideal for small meetings,


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