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Affordable? Yes!


“Everything from versatile meeting, exhibition and networking spaces to special menus, staging, lighting, A/V, tech support and logistics, free parking, and hotel accommodations at the Westin Wilmington.”


Chase Center on the Riverfront Wilmington, DE


full complement of meeting- and group- friendly venues. Accommodations range from ocean front luxury to budget- friendly.


Southern Delaware’s culinary options include everything from boardwalk fries to fine dining. Its many offerings also include historic seaside and riverside vil- lages, signature golf courses, tax-free shopping, antique and art galleries, farm- ers markets, outlet centers and more.


Tina Coleman, communications manag- er for Southern Delaware Tourism, explains that Sussex County’s location is a big factor in its attractiveness to group meetings and events. Central to the Mid-Atlantic Region, “it is just a 2.5-hour drive from Washington, DC and Philadelphia, and 2-hours from Baltimore. The Delaware Beaches exude a natural beauty that makes visitors feel farther away than they actually drove.”


An affordable destination, Coleman notes that Southern Delaware offers no tax on meeting space, dining, entertain- ment and shopping. She adds that Southern Delaware Tourism has sweet- ened the destination’s appeal even fur- ther through its $300 for 30 room nights direct rebate offered on group outings. Businesses or groups that book 30 or more hotel room nights at a Sussex County property for a single event and contract with a hotel will receive a $300 rebate by submitting their completed contract and proof of final payment at the time of their stay to Southern Delaware Tourism.


We do different.


You’re tired of the same old venues. You want memorable. Engaging. Unique. We do different. The Chase Center’s friendly professionals work with you to create an extraordinary event, down to the last


detail. Everything from versatile meeting, exhibition and networking spaces to special menus, staging, lighting, A/V and tech support to shipping and logistics, free parking, hotel accommodations at the Westin Wilmington (connected to the Chase Center) and more. All, strategically located between Washington, D.C. and NYC. Discover what we do different can do for your next event.


centerontheriverfront.com


Walk to restaurants and entertainment


Historical attractions World class hotels


Wilmington, Delaware


Easy access by air, rail or interstate


Master chef on site Turnkey planning Tax-free shopping


As for suggestions to save money when meeting in Southern Delaware, Coleman advises, “You can save the most by scheduling group functions from Sunday nights to Thursday nights and avoiding higher weekend rates. You can save even more by scheduling a function in our area from October to May.”


Wicomico County, MD


Situated between the Atlantic Ocean and Chesapeake Bay, Wicomico County offers opportunities for outdoor adven- ture, Eastern Shore culinary favorites,


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