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dinners, presentations and breakouts, along with a ballroom for larger confer- ences - all of which boast state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment. On-site event coordinators and a concierge team attend to every detail, from board meet- ings and team building activities to din- ner reservations and escorting atten- dees to the beach via a Global Electric Motorcar.


The property offers several dining options, too, including: SAX; Water Star Grille; Stone Harbor Pizza Pub; Buckets Margarita Bar and Cantina; and Wafflewich (open seasonally).


The new Salt Spa at The Reeds opened in the beginning of May and it is a haven for relaxation, offering: massages, facials, Turkish bath treatments, mani- cures, pedicures, hairstyling, makeup application and other indulgences.


Team building activities run the gamut here, too: beer, wine and whiskey tast- ings; ziplining; beach and bay activities; escape rooms; paint night; private yoga classes; and golf outings at the Stone Harbor Golf Club using The Reed’s exclusive private membership. Rejuvenating at the Roof Garden’s soak pool and two hot tubs serves as a per- fect recipe for unwinding after a day of meetings.


The Allure of the Ocean


There’s nothing like the salt air, ocean breezes and crystalline beaches to get the attention of attendees. Nature’s sur- roundings seem perfectly designed for making meetings inviting, refreshing and invigorating.


“Ocean City provides the opportunity for planners and attendees to mix busi- ness with pleasure,” said Larry Noccolino, executive director of the Roland E. Powell Convention Center in Ocean City, Maryland. “It’s definitely a year-round facility with panoramic views.”


Mid-Atlantic­EvEnts Magazine 15


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