New Jersey

Atlantic CityFebruary 1, 2018
Meetings and Family Friendly — It’s Not Just a Gaming Town Anymore By Derek Reveron

There are more reasons than ever to meet in Atlantic City. The destination has shed its decades-old reputation as only a gaming capital by expanding and renovating properties and meeting spaces while offering more activities, entertainment and dining options.

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Atlantic CityAugust 1, 2016
The Historic City by the Sea Meets the 21st Century By Cynthia Dial

Its beachside location, seasonal weather, world-class dining, top-name entertainment and variety of hotel and casino properties make Atlantic City a magnet for meetings.

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Atlantic CityFebruary 1, 2016
New Development is Building New Meetings Business By Derek Reveron

Atlantic City is making waves these days with a host of new expansion projects and developments that are attracting meeting groups not just regionally, but nationwide.

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New York and New JerseySeptember 1, 2015
A Wealth of Options for Meeting Planners By Mark Rowh

Options, options, options: Unique event experiences abound in these dynamic Northeastern destinations.

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A Reenergized Meetings and Conventions Market Is Leading the Charge to Diversity Growth Beyond Gaming By Patrick Simms

The city is on track to realize a 20 percent increase over 2014 in its meetings business this year.

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A Tale of Two CitiesOctober 1, 2013
New York City and Atlantic City Offer ‘Something for Everybody’ By Derek Reveron

New and improved hotels are popping up all over The Big Apple, providing planners with an even greater variety of properties with a plethora of services, amenities and value. And New Jersey’s famous Atlantic City offers corporate groups much more than gaming action.

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What’s New for AC-NYC Meetings By Harvey Chipkin

In 2014, the Super Bowl will be played at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, just five miles from New York City; and the Miss America Pageant will return to its long-time home in Atlantic City. These events and thousands of others demonstrate that the New Jersey-New York market is a natural for significant events — […]

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