Atlantic City, New Jersey

By Connect Sports Staff, March 10, 2016

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Screen Shot 2016-03-10 at 3.55.53 PMAtlantic City, New Jersey, offers round-the-clock fun and excitement after the work of meetings is through. Year-round, day or night… whatever you are looking for in a destination, Atlantic City’s got it. Atlantic City features miles of scenic beaches and boardwalk that you can enjoy any time of the year. Take a stroll on the famous historic boardwalk, bask in the glowing sun and take a dip in the Atlantic Ocean.

Atlantic City is made up of 15,610 first-class hotel rooms that will provide the perfect accommodations for your attendees’ complete comfort and relaxation. Atlantic City entails casino resorts with full-resort amenities for adults, but with a family-friendly atmosphere. The hotel and casino properties consist of meeting facilities and a surplus of unique event venues.

You can unwind and dine with plentiful dining options, all customized to fit your convention delegates’ taste buds with brand-name eateries and celebrity chefs. The Entertainment Capital of the Jersey Shore is at a high with comedians, concerts and shows that will have you laughing and singing all night long. Shopaholics can shop till they drop at our tax-free outlet shopping, Tanger Outlets The Walk, with incredible deals from more than 100 retail stores that won’t disappoint, located just steps away from the convention center.

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