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competitions, and regional dance and cheerleading championships in a building that offers 260,000-square feet of flexible meeting space with an address right on the beach,” said Ben Rose, director of marketing and public relations for the Greater Wildwoods Tourism Improvement and Development Authority.


It includes a 75,000-square foot exhibit hall, which can be configured into two 37,000-square foot separate areas. A 7,500-seat concert arena for live shows, 30,000-square feet of lobby and pre-function space, and 10 meeting/breakout rooms make it an attractive option for a wide range of group functions. The property boasts state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems, free Wi-Fi, profes- sional service and support personnel, as well as priceless ocean views from almost every angle.


The world-famous Wildwoods, NJ is situated on the southernmost barrier island off the coast of the Garden State. Recently named among the “25 Best Family Beach Vacations to Take with the Kids in the USA” by TripAdvisor, the destination is perfect for bringing the family along as part of an extended stay after business is over. With five miles of free, white sandy beaches, seasonal events and lots of fun things to do for every age, it’s no wonder the Wildwoods is known for its value as a family vacation destination at the Jersey Shore.


Attendees will enjoy the Wildwoods’ two-mile boardwalk and its variety of amusements, waterparks, arcades, games, shops and eateries. Touted as the “Event Capital of the East Coast,” the Wildwoods hosts 160-plus special events and festivals throughout the year - and most of them are free!


The Wildwoods’ beaches are ideal for swimming, kayaking, fishing, body surf- ing or even just relaxing. The adventuresome can take part in surfing, boogie boarding, power boating, jet skiing, sailing, and whale and dolphin watching. The beaches also are the place to catch big-name concerts, festivals, youth sporting events, monster truck beach courses, and vintage car and motorcycle drag races.


More than 100 rides and attractions, including roller coasters, waterparks, mid- way games, arcades, retail shops and eateries, help to make the boardwalk itself an exciting destination.


Home to some of the most interesting plant and wildlife that can only be found on the dunes and shores of southern New Jersey, the Wildwoods pro- vides a great option for exploring and learning more about its one-of-a-kind ecosystem. Attendees will treasure memories of dolphin, waterfowl, fish and other sea creature sightings.


Other intriguing stops include the historic Hereford Inlet Lighthouse and English Gardens, and the George F. Boyer Museum, which holds the largest collection of the Wildwoods archival history with photos, memorabilia, art- work and artifacts.


The Wildwoods serves as mecca of restaurants, too, from dining by candlelight to casual fare at a variety of themed Doo-Wop diners throughout the island decked out with retro jukeboxes, futuristic exterior architecture, plus waitress- es in poodle skirts.


Wildwoods is home to the nation’s largest concentration of mid-century Doo- Wop architecture. Bright neon signs and “far-out” themes make touring these buildings a fun and historic adventure. A stroll through the Wildwoods’ Doo- Wop District, the Doo-Wop Experience Museum, and the award-winning “Back to the ‘50s” Doo-Wop Bus Tour are great for networking or team building.


There are so many options from which to choose at each of these oceanfront destinations. But all share the cool breezes, scenic views, and attractive beaches that keep attendees and vacationers alike coming back again and again.


Mid-Atlantic­EvEnts Magazine 19


Boardwalk fun in the Wildwoods, NJ photo credit: Craig Terry


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